Protesters clash during rallies in Washington state and Washington, D.C.

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One person was shot during demonstrations Saturday in Olympia, a state patrol official said.

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Podobné články | 19. 05. 2022 20:18:18 | Word

Female football referees will work at matches at a major men's tournament for the first time ever during the Qatar World Cup.

Source: | 19. 05. 2022 20:17:40 | Word

A 17-year-old gay student who was suspended for leading protests at his high school against Florida’s so-called Don’t Say Gay legislation says school

Source: | 19. 05. 2022 20:17:34 | Word

A Virginia board is considering restoring the names of two schools which were originally named for Confederate generals but changed in 2020 after the murder of George Floyd.

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The official, Marat Khusnullin, Russia’s deputy prime minister for infrastructure, outlined plans to take control of vital infrastructure.

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Sri Lanka's prime minister has told Sky News that "the last administration is to blame" for the country's current crisis.

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Bridget Brink has worked in Slovakia, Uzbekistan and Georgia. She is filling a role that has been empty for three years.

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Dancehall musician Sean Paul used to think of climate change as a distant threat, something he would likely not experience himself.

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Covid rising in the U.S.: Biden administration officials are warning they need more money from Congress to buy vaccines, treatments and tests for anticipated fall and winter surges.

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A man in Japan was arrested, police said Thursday, after admitting gambling away most of his town's Covid relief money that was sent to him by mistake.

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The head of the FDA said concerned parents struggling to find infant formula for their children "should begin to see improvement" on store shelves "within days."

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The measure’s relatively smooth path through Congress has reflected a broad consensus on Capitol Hill, for now, to devote massive sums to supporting Ukraine’s war effort.

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An Arab member resigns in anger, leaving the government as a fragile minority for the first time.

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A Nigerian judge grants Nnamdi Kanu dispensation to watch the climax of his favourite team's season.

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Pete Williams, the esteemed NBC News correspondent who has covered the U.S.

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The Michigan Attorney General’s Conviction Integrity Unit has declined to pursue the release of Temujin Kensu, who was convicted of murdering a college student more than 30 years ago.

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The 21-year-old serviceman has pled guilty to killing her husband in a village in Ukraine's north-east.

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The former German leader, a lobbyist for Russian energy companies and a friend of President Vladimir V. Putin, has declined to distance himself from Russia.

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The head of Germany's domestic intelligence service has said levels of espionage are at least as high as during the Cold War - and warned they could be "significantly higher".

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Prime Minister Viktor Orban has promised voters to keep energy prices low. The dividends from taking Russian fuel also help fund the policies that have made Hungary a beacon for right-wing groups.

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Sgt. Vadim Shishimarin says he was ordered to shoot at 62-year-old Oleksandr Shelipov because he and his fellow soldiers believed that he was informing the Ukrainian military about their location.

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There's a battle-hardened weariness in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine as the tempo of Russian attacks steps up ever more and appears to increase on a daily basis

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Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, are making a Netflix docuseries as part of their £80m ($100m) streaming deal, according to reports.

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A captured volunteer medic's bodycam footage shows the horrors taking place in the ruined city of Mariupol after it was smuggled out in a tampon.

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After a weeklong delay, the Senate on Thursday appeared poised to pass a $40 billion aid package for Ukraine as its bloody war with Russia nears the 90-day mark.

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The former monarch left his country in the wake of fraud investigations, which have since been dropped, and now lives in the United Arab Emirates.

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More than 1,200 species of arachnids are part of a largely unregulated global marketplace, according to a new study.

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Latina Democrat Andrea Salinas, backed by a Hispanic PAC won a crowded primary in Oregon. If she wins in November she's be the state's first Latina congresswoman.

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The head of a disinformation board at the Department of Homeland Security, Nina Jankowicz, resigned after the program was paused amid criticism from Republicans.

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Universal Pictures released Wednesday the trailer for “Bros,” the first gay romantic comedy to premiere by a major studio.

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Summer is nearly here — and American movie theater chains, battered by the financial toll of an endless pandemic and rattled by audiences’ shift to streaming,

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New research shows LGBTQ people are more likely to move to a new city or state to find more acceptance but still face more harassment.

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A judge sentenced a white Wisconsin man to a decade in prison Wednesday for throwing acid in a Latino man’s face in a racist attack at a Milwaukee bus stop.

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A KFC worker in Tennessee helped rescue an allegedly kidnapped woman after she left a note at the restaurant "begging for help," police said.

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The European Parliament is urging sanctions against politicians, like Putin ally Gerhard Schröder, who still receive huge sums of money from Russian businesses amid the war in Ukraine.

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The S&P 500 fell again on Thursday, pushing the average to the brink of a bear market, as investors continued to dump equities on fears Federal Reserve rate

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Moscow says it has destroyed a drone with a laser, but Kyiv says it can't mask battlefield failure.

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A second lawmaker has defected from the government coalition. The move edges Israel closer to the polls for the fifth time in three years.

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The campaign detailed by a cybersecurity firm highlights Beijing’s increasingly sophisticated tactics to spy on an array of targets, including countries it considers friends.

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Ford is asking the owners of 350,000 vehicles to take them to dealers for repairs in three recalls, including about 39,000 that should be parked outdoors.

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Students at a Cincinnati high school who taped "Blacks only" and "whites only" signs over water fountains will be disciplined, the district announced.

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Close to 43,000 people died on the roads in 2021, up from 39,000 deaths in 2020, according to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data. Traffic deaths increased in 44 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C.

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Juntendo University in Tokyo set stricter requirements for female medical students in entrance exams.

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Women's faces are banned from TV screens as Afghanistan's rulers further tighten restrictions.

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Extreme weather drove people from their homes more than 22 millions times in 2021, according to new analysis.

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George W. Bush mistakenly described the invasion of Iraq as “brutal” and “unjustified” before correcting himself to say he meant Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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Cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu is jailed for a year for running over an elderly man.

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After a gunman killed 10 Black people in Buffalo, New York, teachers are grappling with anti-critical race theory laws that limit what they can discuss with students.

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A U.S. citizen and four Chinese intelligence officers have been charged with spying on Chinese dissidents, human rights leaders and activists in the U.S.

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One person was killed and another was injured in a shooting that erupted after a high school graduation ceremony hosted on a local college campus in Tennessee Wednesday evening, police said.

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson received one of the 126 fines imposed, but a lack of new penalties for him lifts a cloud that had hung over his political future.

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Marnie Schulenburg, known for her roles in soap operas “As the World Turns” and “One Life to Live,” died Tuesday in New York at age 37.

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Libel proceedings in London have laid bare the personal lives of two British celebrities in a legal whodunit for the social media age. And it wasn’t just the tabloids that became obsessed with the feud.

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Five cases of the rare disease are confirmed in Portugal and seven in Spain, health authorities say.

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Our correspondent takes you inside Shanghai’s Covid lockdown.

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Illinois has become the first state in the Midwest to pass legislation banning untraceable "ghost guns" amid a surge of gun violence in the United States.

Source: | 19. 05. 2022 12:27:29 | Word

From 2013 to 2018 Hunter Biden and his firm earned about $11 million via legal work, as board member for a Ukraine firm, and via work with Chinese businessmen.

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Police in Atlanta released videos of Molotov cocktails being thrown into a future police training site during a protest this week. In one instance, a device burst into flames near three police officers.

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New Jersey mothers share concerns amid baby formula shortage.

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Suzanne Somers, who starred in the hit sitcoms "Three's Company" and "Step By Step," was recently spotted using the ThighMaster alongside "Friends" actress and pal Courteney Cox.

Source: | 19. 05. 2022 12:26:05 | Word

Minnesota native Haley Kalil, 29, made her SI Swimsuit debut in 2018 and was named co-winner alongside Camille Kostek. She's also battled serious health issues.