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La strada tutta in salita per “sleepy Joe”

Di Dom Serafini I suoi problemi principali sono noti al candidato democratico alla presidenza, Joe Biden (che il presidente Donald Trump chiama “Joe l’assonnato”). I giovani non l’hanno votato alle primarie (hanno preferito il piú progressista Bernie Sanders). Sono pochi comunque dei giovani che vanno a votare alle elezioni generali (solamente il 46,1% del gruppo

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Portugal president helps rescue two women in trouble at sea

Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa has helped rescue two women who came into difficulty at an Algarve beach when their kayak capsized. The president, 71, was pictured on Saturday swimming over to the kayakers who were struggling in the water. He later told reporters that the women had been swept by currents from a

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Belarus election: Opposition leader Tikhanovskaya ‘safe’ in Lithuania

Opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya has left Belarus and is “safe” in Lithuania, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius says. Ms Tikhanovskaya’s departure came as protests went on for a second day over Sunday’s disputed presidential poll. Her campaign team said she was avoiding the protests because of “possible provocations”. Election results gave President Alexander Lukashenko 80%,

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New Zealand goes 100 days without local transmission

In stark contrast to the United States’ ongoing battle, New Zealand reported its 100th consecutive day with no community transmission, making the Pacific island nation of 5 million one of the safest places in the world. With global cases standing at more than 19.6 million, with 726,000 deaths, and many nations reimposing restrictions, New Zealanders have returned

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Eleven die in fire in Czech Republic tower block

Police in the Czech Republic are investigating a fire that killed 11 people, including three children. Saturday’s blaze, in a block of flats in the north-eastern town of Bohumin, has been described as the worst fire in the country’s history. Six people died in the blaze and another five were killed after jumping from an

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Beirut: 135 morti e 5mila feriti

E’ salito ad almeno 135 il numero delle vittime per le esplosioni a Beirut. Lo rende noto il canale all news libanese Al Manar TV, che ha citato il governo. I feriti sono circa 5.000. Decine di persone continuano a risultare disperse. Il ministro della salute libanese Hamad Hasan consiglia a chiunque possa di andare via

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Entrepreneur spent PPP loans on Lamborghini, Rolex, strip clubs

A Texas entrepreneur has been accused of misusing $1.6 million from the $660 billion Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Lee Price III, a 29-year-old from Houston, spent the money on luxury items, such as real estate, a Lamborghini sports car, a Rolex watch and strip clubs, according to the Department of Justice (DOJ). Price is facing

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Damaged Lebanon hospitals treating patients in parking lots after Beirut blasts (video)

Hospitals in Lebanon’s capital have been forced to treat patients in parking lots after multiple explosions damaged hospitals and left a big part of Beirut without electricity. At the Saint George Hospital University Medical Center in Beirut’s Geitawi neighborhood, the urgent care building was damaged and lost power. A chaotic scene outside the hospital unfolded with hospital

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