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Protests and Celebrations Mark International Women’s Day Around the Globe

(NEW YORK) — From the streets of Manila to a school in East London, people around the world marked International Women’s Day on Sunday with calls to end exploitation and increase equality. But tensions marred some celebrations, with police arresting demonstrators at a rally in Kyrgyzstan and separatists detonating a bomb during a ceremony in Cameroon....

18 Shot, 1 Dead in Ohio After Clash at a Party Attended by Motorcycle Clubs: Police

At least one person is dead and 17 others were injured in a shooting at a party in Cleveland, Ohio, on Saturday evening, police said. The shooting occurred after a fight broke out at a gathering attended by multiple motorcycle clubs at 3804 E. 93 St. in Cleveland, Sgt. Jennifer Ciaccia told TIME in a statement. Several people were thrown out, but...

Kamala Harris Endorses Joe Biden as Rev. Jesse Jackson Officially Backs Bernie Sanders

Sen. Kamala Harris endorsed Joe Biden on Sunday, saying she would do “everything in (her) power” to help elect him in his presidential bid. “I believe in Joe,” Harris said in a video statement posted on Twitter. “He is a public servant who has always worked for the best of who we are as a nation and we need that right now.” .@JoeBiden has...

Arrests of Saudi Arabian Princes Reportedly a Warning Against Possible Coup Attempts

(DUBAI, United Arab Emirates) — Saudi Arabia’s King Salman was shown in state media Sunday in apparent good health and working, just days after the arrest of two senior princes triggered speculation about a possible coup attempt or a sudden deterioration in the king’s health. Two people close to the royal family said Saturday that the two princes...

6 People Killed in 2 Separate Austrian Alps Avalanches: Authorities

(BERLIN) — Six people were killed in two separate avalanches in the Austrian Alps on Sunday, Austrian authorities said. Five snowshoers who were hiking in central Austria were hit by one avalanche at about 9:30 a.m., Austria’s APA news agency reported. Several people witnessed the avalanche and immediately informed emergency services, but the hikers,...

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to Say Farewell to Monarchy in Final Royal Commitment

(LONDON) — It’s definitely a farewell. But will it be fond? Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, will fulfill their final royal commitment when they appear Monday at the annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in London. It’s the last time they will be seen at work with the entire royal Windsor clan before they fly off...

‘There Has to Be a Plan.’ For Relatives of Nursing Home Residents, Anger and Worry as the Coronavirus Spreads

Kevin Connolly says his father-in-law credits the Life Care Center of Kirkland, Washington with “giving him his life back.” It’s where he recovered from hospice care, flirted with nurses and enjoyed eating chicken pot pie. But now, it’s where Connolly worries the 81-year-old will die because of what he says has been a bungled response to the coronavirus...

Fire Breaks Out at Greek Refugee Center Amid European Migrant Tensions

(ATHENS) — A fire broke out at a refugee center on the Greek island of Lesbos, Greece’s firefighting service said Sunday, causing considerable damage to a warehouse but no injuries. It was the second fire at an installation built for migrants, after a reception center was burned down by unknown perpetrators last Monday. The warehouse, which contained...

White House Stopped Officials From Recommending the Elderly Not Fly Amid COVID-19: Official

(NEW YORK) — The White House overruled health officials who wanted to recommend that elderly and physically fragile Americans be advised not to fly on commercial airlines because of the new coronavirus, a federal official told The Associated Press. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention submitted the plan this week as a way of trying to control...

‘There Has to be a Plan.’ For Relatives of Nursing Home Residents, Anger and Worry as the Coronavirus Spreads

Kevin Connolly says his father-in-law credits the Life Care Center of Kirkland, Washington with “giving him his life back.” It’s where he recovered from hospice care, flirted with nurses and enjoyed eating chicken pot pie. But now, it’s where Connolly worries the 81-year-old will die because of what he says has been a bungled response to the coronavirus...

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