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Several reported power outages in southern Illinois

(WSIL) – Nearly 31,000 Ameren customers are without power Saturday, including more than 5,000 in southern Illinois. Power outages are reported in the counties of Franklin, Jackson, Jefferson, Perry and Williamson. This comes when severe storms hover over the entire region and topple the limbs of the tree. An interruption card can be found here. Download the Storm Track 3 …

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North Korea, China’s leaders promise greater cooperation in light of foreign hostility: report

North Korea’s leaders and China acted with messages promising to strengthen cooperation on the anniversary of their treaty of friendship, cooperation and mutual assistance between the two countries, North Korea’s news agency KCNA reported on Sunday. In a message to China’s Xi Jinping, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said their relationship was vital to enemy foreign forces, while Xi …

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Police arrest Bangladesh’s factory owners after fire kills 52

Bangladeshi police on Saturday arrested eight people on charges of murder in connection with a factory fire that killed at least 52 people, many of whom were trapped inside an illegally locked door, said a senior police officer. The fire started Thursday night at the five-story Hashem Foods Ltd. factory in Rupganj just outside the capital Dhaka, sending large clouds …

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Xi, Kim promises to strengthen North Korea and China’s friendship, cooperation

Chinese President Xi Jinping and North Korean leader Kim Jong UnKim Jong UnNorth Korea reports’ serious incident ‘related to COVID-19 North Korean state television acknowledges Kim Jong Un’ ‘dried out look’ North Korea slams the door to dialogue – so far MORE promised to continue a relationship between cooperation and aid, statements from leaders who came in the mid-60s of …

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Indonesia is running out of oxygen as coronavirus infections increase

Indonesia is struggling with oxygen deficiency amid a rise in cases of coronavirus in the country. Between Saturday and early Sunday local time, 63 patients died at a hospital on one of the country’s islands, Java, after their oxygen supply was almost depleted, CNN reported. Although the hospital had attempted to acquire more resources, the oxygen supply was depleted faster …

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Elisa Loncón: From Poverty to PhD for the writing of the Constitution of Chile

“I come from a simple family. Like all Mapuche families, we faced difficulties,” she said in a recent interview with the Spanish newspaper El País. Mapuche is Chile’s largest indigenous ethnic group with a common language and a common social, religious and economic structure. But they have almost no guaranteed rights. “We remained true to our values,” she said, “inspired …

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The Colombian ex-soldier who was killed in Haiti was hired as a bodyguard, says sister

BOGOTA, July 10 (Reuters) – A Colombian former soldier killed during a gun battle with Haitian police and accused of involvement in the assassination of President Jovenel Moise was employed as a bodyguard, his sister said Saturday. Haitian authorities said Moise was killed early Wednesday by foreign-trained assassins: 26 Colombians and two Haitian Americans. But at least two relatives of …

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