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Liverpool’s Back to the Future moment

It’s been thirty years since Liverpool last won an English league title and much has changed since that day in 1990. For the Anfield faithful, it’s been Back to the Future., breaking Liverpool’s Back to the Future moment, latest news, sport ,

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Qatar’s new ‘Diamond in the Desert’

This is the Education City Stadium, the third venue completed for the 2022 Qatar FIFA World Cup. Dubbed the “Diamond in the Desert,” it was completed in June and is one of eight to be used in the competition., breaking Qatar’s new ‘Diamond in the Desert’, latest news, sport ,

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FROM THE FIELD: ‘Major breakthrough’ in fight against diseases spread by mosquitos

The UN nuclear agency (IAEA) has announced a major breakthrough in the bid to scale up technology designed to suppress disease-carrying mosquitos, and bring  dengue, yellow fever and Zika under control., breaking FROM THE FIELD: ‘Major breakthrough’ in fight against diseases spread by mosquitos, news, latest news

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‘Historic’ Caribbean dust storm shows value of forecast services: UN weather agency

A massive dust storm currently blanketing many parts of the Caribbean, posing a significant threat to regional health, has revealed the importance of having effective warning systems in place, the World Meteorological Office (WMO) said on Friday., breaking ‘Historic’ Caribbean dust storm shows value of forecast services: UN weather agency, news, latest news

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The man who brought Liverpool back to English glory

Liverpool has won the English Premier League title for the first time. Key to that has been manager Jurgen Klopp. The 53-year-old German’s fairy tale coaching career began at Mainz and Borussia Dortmund., breaking The man who brought Liverpool back to English glory, latest news, sport ,

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US sanctions against international court staff a ‘direct attack’ on judicial independence

The decision by the United States to authorize sanctions targeting staff at the International Criminal Court (ICC) is “a direct attack to the institution’s judicial independence”, UN human rights experts said on Thursday., breaking US sanctions against international court staff a ‘direct attack’ on judicial independence, news, latest news

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First Person: Innovation brewing at Hawaii coffee farm

Innovation and experimentation are helping a coffee farm in the US state of Hawaii to prosper in a competitive market, an approach which has helped the company to get through the global COVID-19 pandemic., breaking First Person: Innovation brewing at Hawaii coffee farm, news, latest news

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Anchal Gangwal, Tea Seller’s Daughter, Becomes Indian Air Force Pilot

Obstacles cannot stop a person from realising dreams if one has the determination, and this has been proved by 24-year-old Anchal Gangwal, a tea seller’s daughter who recently joined the Indian Air…, breaking Anchal Gangwal, Tea Seller’s Daughter, Becomes Indian Air Force Pilot, news, latest news

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Haiti needs a strong COVID-19 response to maintain national stability

The UN Integrated Office in Haiti (BINUH) and 19 UN agencies there have been working together to support a country in the throes of a pandemic that could challenge the nation’s delicate balance of stability, security and development, the head of the Mission told the Security Council on Friday., breaking Haiti needs a strong COVID-19 response to maintain national stability, news, latest news

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US Supreme Court ruling ‘extremely positive’ for LGBT community, says UN Rights Expert

A UN expert on Wednesday hailed an historic judgement issued by the United States Supreme Court on 15 June that firing a person on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity is unlawful., breaking US Supreme Court ruling ‘extremely positive’ for LGBT community, says UN Rights Expert, news, latest news

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COVID-19: UN agencies warn against rising hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean

The number of people in Latin America and the Caribbean living in extreme poverty could surpass 83 million this year due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to a significant rise in hunger, according to a UN report released on Tuesday., breaking COVID-19: UN agencies warn against rising hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean, news, latest news

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Syrian refugees resort to ever more desperate measures to resist pandemic impact

The COVID-19 crisis has caused a dramatic spike in the number of Syrian refugees in need of emergency assistance in the last three months, UN humanitarians said on Tuesday, in an appeal for funding to confront new challenges posed by the health emergency., breaking Syrian refugees resort to ever more desperate measures to resist pandemic impact, news, latest news

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Rights experts condemn use of force against journalists covering US protests

Journalists covering ongoing protests denouncing systemic racism and police brutality in the United States must be able to do their job in peace, two experts on the right to freedom of expression said on Wednesday., breaking Rights experts condemn use of force against journalists covering US protests, news, latest news

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"My Father Spent A Year’s Salary On My Plane Ticket To US": Sundar Pichai

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Google CEO Sundar Pichai had a special message for the graduating class of 2020: Be open, be impatient, be hopeful., breaking "My Father Spent A Year’s Salary On My Plane Ticket To US": Sundar Pichai, news, latest news

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First Person: Collecting the ‘Book of Life’ for coral reefs

With the climate crisis threatening coral reefs around the world, a researcher in Hawaii is part of a team pioneering new techniques to preserve living coral sperm and larvae, and ultimately save the biodiversity and genetic diversity of coral reefs not just in Hawaii but across the world., breaking First Person: Collecting the ‘Book of Life’ for coral reefs, news, latest news

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First Person: Countering COVID-19 misinformation in Venezuela

The virus of false information and fake news which has proliferated globally as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, has not spared the crisis-wracked South American country, Venezuela. But the United Nations there is countering the misinformation by making sure that Venezuelans receive trustworthy and reliable information about the deadly virus., breaking First Person: Countering COVID-19 misinformation in Venezuela, news, latest news

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Independent rights experts urge US to address systemic racism and racial bias

Nearly 30 independent experts appointed by the UN Human Rights Council are calling for the United States to reform its criminal justice system in the wake of a recent spate of killings of African Americans, including at the hands of the police., breaking Independent rights experts urge US to address systemic racism and racial bias, news, latest news

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US must address deep-seated grievances to move beyond history of racism and violence

Voices calling for an end to “the endemic and structural racism that blights US society” must be heard and understood, for the country to move past its “tragic history of racism and violence”, the UN Human Rights chief said on Wednesday., breaking US must address deep-seated grievances to move beyond history of racism and violence, news, latest news

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UN appeals for restraint, ‘social cohesion’ as protests across the US continue

Responding to on-going protests that have spawned violence on all sides across dozens of US cities, the UN Spokesperson on Monday reiterated the Secretary-General’s appeal for grievances to be heard in “peaceful ways”, met with restraint by police and security forces., breaking UN appeals for restraint, ‘social cohesion’ as protests across the US continue, news, latest news

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Central and South America now ‘intense zones’ for COVID-19 transmission

Greater solidarity must be shown to Central and South American countries which have become “the intense zones” for COVID-19 transmission, a top official with the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday., breaking Central and South America now ‘intense zones’ for COVID-19 transmission, news, latest news

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Ecuador: Sustainable cattle farmer eases COVID-19 crisis with free milk for families

As the COVID-19 pandemic shuts down dairy supply hubs across the Amazon region of Ecuador, one local cattle farmer with an abundance of milk on his hands has stepped up to offer it free-of-charge to families in need, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). , breaking Ecuador: Sustainable cattle farmer eases COVID-19 crisis with free milk for families, news, latest news