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The change replaces a controversial update from Aug. 24 that said individuals who don't have symptoms don't need to get tested.
President Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday Turkey was upset that Libya's internationally recognised Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj, an ally, wants to quit next month and Ankara may hold talks with his government on the issue in the coming week. Sarraj announced on Wednesday his intention to step down by the end of October. "A development like this, hearing such news, has been upsetting for us," Erdogan told reporters in Istanbul, adding that Turkish delegations may hold talks with Sarraj's government in the coming week.
"Other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint, this is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history," AG Barr said.
'The Five' responds to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez saying Democrats can likely make Joe Biden more progressive if he wins
If Donald Trump is not criminally prosecuted for his intentional misleading of Americans about the deadly risks of COVID-19, plus now holding rallies where he intentionally violates state mandates designed to protect people from contracting a virus that has taken more than 195,000 lives, then America is truly lawless. There's no other way to look at. Why even have laws on the books if Trump can openly violate them with zero consequences?!The undisputed facts are that Trump knew how deadly and easily transmittable the virus was on Feb. 7-as we learned from the recently released audio recording of his discussion with Bob Woodward. In this conversation, Trump shared how the virus could be...
The last two journalists working for Australian media in China have left the country after police demanded interviews with them, the Australian government and Australian Broadcasting Corp. reported on Tuesday. ABC's Bill Birtles and The Australian Financial Review's Michael Smith landed in Sydney after flying from Shanghai on Monday night, ABC reported. Both had sheltered in Australian diplomatic compounds in recent days. The journalists left after Australia revealed last week that Australian citizen Cheng Lei, business news anchor for CGTN, China's English-language state media channel, had been detained. Australian embassy officials in Beijing told Birtles last week that he should leave...
President Donald Trump says he's open to an investigation of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy following published reports that former employees of DeJoy, a major donor to Trump and other Republicans, said they felt pressured to make campaign contributions to GOP candidates. The president also said Monday that DeJoy should lose his job if campaign finance irregularities are uncovered while describing the GOP fundraiser as a "very honest guy." Trump replied "sure, sure" when asked at a news conference whether he would support an investigation into DeJoy.
President Donald Trump said Monday that top Defense Department leaders want to keep waging wars in order to keep defense contractors "happy." Trump continues to fight allegations that he made offensive comments about fallen U.S. service-members, including calling World War I dead at an American military cemetery in France "losers" and "suckers" in 2018. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is continuing his broadsides against Trump during a virtual town hall with AFL-CIO union members.
The Indian Army has asked its Chinese counterpart if five civilians who went missing from an eastern border state days ago were in their custody, an Indian military spokesman said on Monday. Relations between the nuclear-armed Asian giants have hit a multi-decade low since clashes at their western Himalayan border in June that killed 20 Indian soldiers. The five missing men are from the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, which is also claimed by China that calls it South Tibet, and the Indian Army said it told China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) about the five on Saturday.
None of the voters had ever moved and were mistakenly purged.
Tropical Storm Nana could become the season's next hurricane Wednesday evening as it closes in on a Belize landfall early Thursday, the National Hurricane Center said.
Some experts say this school year will reveal an educational divide 'like we've never seen before'