Wednesday, May 19, 2021
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On This Day: 26 April 1966
AP, 26 Apr 2021
In 1966, stars Julie Christie, Rita Tushingham and Ralph Richardson met Princess Margaret at the London premiere of "Doctor Zhivago." (April 26)
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In El Salvador, female inmates cultivate the land - and their freedom
AFP, 19 May 2021
Lizbeth Velado has almost completed her eight-year sentence for robbery. Alma Yanira is serving a 10 year jail sentence for extortion.
Biden is being perceived as a 'weak leader': Blackburn
FOX, 19 May 2021
Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn says Hamas is testing President Biden as violence escalated with Israel.
U.S. vaccinated 600,000 12-to-15-year-olds last week
Reuters, 19 May 2021
The United States administered COVID-19 vaccinations to around
India busca a náufragos tras el paso del ciclón Tauktae
AP, 19 May 2021
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'This Sucker's Quick!': Biden Test Drives New Ford Electric Truck
NBC, 19 May 2021
President Biden took Ford's new electric truck out for a test drive after touring their electric vehicle center in Dearborn, Mich.
Capitol riot plea negotiations complicated by scope of investigation
CBS, 19 May 2021
The Justice Department has charged more than 440 defendants in connection with the January 6 attack on Capitol Hill.
Keilar presses Rev. Graham on election claims
CNN, 19 May 2021
CNN's Brianna Keilar discusses vaccine hesitancy in the evangelical community and false election conspiracies with Rev.
Israeli airstrikes fuel growing humanitarian crisis in Gaza
DW, 19 May 2021
Tensions over Israel's bombardment of Gaza are boiling over into the other Palestinian territories -- the occupied West Bank, East Jerusalem, as well as in Israeli towns with mi...
Eurovision Song Contest returns after last year's cancellation
Al Jazeera, 19 May 2021
The world's largest televised music event is back. Thousands of people are attending the Eurovision Song Contest in the Netherlands after it was cancelled last year.
Migrants reach Spain's Ceuta enclave in record numbers – BBC News
BBC, 19 May 2021
At least 6,000 migrants have reached Spain's Ceuta enclave from neighbouring Morocco, a record number over a single day, Spanish officials say.
Bitcoin rallies from price plunge after Elon Musk's tweet shakes crypto market
CA, 19 May 2021
Investors are facing a whirlwind of uncertainty after Tesla CEO Elon Musk implied that his company may be selling its Bitcoin holdings.
Live: A night at the Beijing Capital Museum during International Museum day
CGTN, 18 May 2021
The Beijing Capital Museum has launched a night tour during International Museum day.
I'm scared there will be sirens and I won't hear them, Israeli pensioner tells RT
RT, 18 May 2021
As tensions between Israel and Palestine show no signs of abating, the elderly are especially at risk during bomb attacks, with health issues often making it harder for them to ...
France Covid-19 reopening: Restaurants, cafes to serve customers once again
FRANCE24, 18 May 2021
With #coronavirus vaccinations accelerating and infections down, the French are looking forward to the loosening of many coronavirus restrictions Wednesday, although outdoor lun...
Protests grow to cancel Tokyo Olympics as Covid-19 outbreak worsens in Japan
SCMP, 18 May 2021
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube Protesters marched in the Japanese capital on May 17, 2021, demanding the cancellation of the Tok...
Who was Mary Bastholm? The missing teenager at centre of new Fred West investigation
ITV, 18 May 2021
New information has potentially been uncovered about the disappearance of a missing teenager linked to Fred West.
BREAKING: 'Six voids' under cafe linked to serial killer Fred West & missing girl
Sky, 18 May 2021
Police in Gloucester have found "six voids" under a cafe after searching for a suspected victim of serial killer Fred West.
Ceuta: Children among thousands of migrants in desperate swim from Morocco to Spanish enclave
Telegraph, 18 May 2021
The Spanish government has deployed troops to Ceuta to patrol the border with Morocco after thousands of migrants swam into the northern African enclave, a source from the Inter...
Assessing the Pandemic's Impact on India's Economy
Bloomberg, 18 May 2021
May.18 -- Garima Kapoor, economist at Elara Capital, looks at how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting India's economy and policies.
Spanish security forces try to push back migrants arriving into Ceuta by sea
AFP, 19 May 2021
Security forces intervene to stop migrants arriving at the Spanish North African enclave of Ceuta a day after a record number of people made their way into the enclave.