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Algerians voted Saturday in local elections seen as key in President Abdelmadjid Tebboune's push to turn the page on the two-decade rule of late president Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
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Residents in Washington were preparing for possible flooding as “atmospheric rivers” once again threatened parts of the Northwest, which saw heavy damage from extreme weather earlier this month. Flood watches have been issued for much of western and north-central Washington for the weekend, and the National Weather Service warned that flooding was possible through Sunday in northwestern Washington. “We are expecting rivers to rise, and possible flooding in some locations by early tomorrow morning," Gary Schneider, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service's Seattle office, said Saturday morning.
Greece on Saturday inaugurated two more migrant holding centres on islands near Turkey as part of a tougher policy for managing migrant flows that has been critised by rights groups. The conservative government first announced in 2019 it would shut the five camps set up on Greek islands during the height of Europe's migration crisis, when hundreds of thousands of people, mainly Syrian refugees, arrived from Turkey on rubber boats. It is replacing them with so-called "Closed Controlled Structures" funded by the European Union, featuring barbed wire fences, surveillance systems and ID and fingerprint scanning at the gates.
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Experts warn omicron could be in US undetected; scientists wait for key answers; cases found in UK: Latest COVID updates
Fears over the omicron COVID-19 variant have rapidly spread across the globe, sending stocks tumbling and prompting travel restrictions.
French far-right presidential hopeful Eric Zemmour capped a tough week on Saturday after cameras caught him giving an opponent the middle finger following a tumultuous campaign stop in Marseille. Zemmour, a former journalist known for his hardline anti-migration stance and euroscepticism, has dominated the pre-election calendar with his polarising language. Opinion polls had seen him rivalling Marine Le Pen, leader of the traditional far-right Rassemblement National party, to get into the second round of next April's presidential election.
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The Commonwealth Court recount results have been certified in Lawrence County
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What happened in this video is enough to shake any golfer.
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‘She Should Spend Time In Prison’: Former DA Accused of ‘Showing Favor’ to the McMichaels Awaits Her Day In Court on Charges Over Delayed Arrests In Ahmaud Arbery’s Slaying
The men convicted of killing Ahmaud Arbery are not the only ones facing prison time for the February 2020 murder. Former Georgia District Attorney Jackie […]
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Ford CEO Jim Farley responded to actor Dwayne Johnson giving a Navy veteran his personal F-150 Raptor.
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A mom in Florida helped her son out in a pinch. Actually, more than a pinch.
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Detroit Pistons center Isaiah Stewart publicly addressed his scuffle with Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James.
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REPORT: Michigan State football could be missing up to 20 players against Penn State
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Some areas could see see more than 8 inches of snow this weekend.
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‘He’s Not Breathing’: Black Teen Tased, Pepper-Sprayed During Texas School Protests As Students Look On In Horror, Some Trying to Help
Social media is ablaze after video emerged on Friday, Nov. 19, of police pepper-spraying and tasing a Black teenage student during a wide-scale disruption at […]
Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield have returned to their Peter Parker/Spider-Man roles for No Way Home. That’s the biggest spoiler in Marvel’s MCU history, a secret that leaked over and over this year. We have seen plenty of believable leaks so far, but Sony and Marvel are still trying to deny everything. Their current strategy … The post Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man from No Way Home leaked by Marvel’s own promo appeared first on BGR.
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For all the build-up, for all the speculation, the man who had missed two cuts in a row on the PGA Tour put on a clinic.
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Former Fillmore councilwoman Ari Larson died on Sept. 17 from a health condition that neither she nor her family knew about, an autopsy found.
Famed investor Jeremy Grantham says the next decline will be 'bigger and better' than anything in US history — here are 3 of his safe haven stock picks
This super-investor says the market is due for a historic decline. It's time to listen.
Instagrammer Fyza Ali, who is known as a Kylie Jenner look-a-like, asked people to "understand" that she was struggling following her mother's death.