Fear and concern are brewing in Armenia communities across metro Detroit. The region of Artsakh, which is primarily populated by Armenians, is facing a humanitarian crisis.
Their impact is still visible and palpable.
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The "15-minute cities" concept aims to increase access to goods and services for residents, not restrict their mobility.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed not to kill Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy during early negotiations with former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.
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In October, 60 Minutes investigated why a wildfire wiped out a California town. This month, members of California’s Congressional delegation will meet with the U.S. Forest Service to hear an explanation.
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President Joe Biden only mentioned China and Chinese President Xi Jinping three times during his last State of the Union address on March 1, 2022.
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The founder of an educational program for at-risk youth in Des Moines says he will remain “all in on helping kids that are not reachable in so many peoples' eyes” after he was wounded in last month's shooting that killed two students. Will Keeps, 49, a former Chicago gang member who moved to Iowa in his 20s and later founded the Starts Right Here program, made his first public comments about the shooting this weekend in a video the police department posted online. “We went all in on helping kids that are not reachable in so many peoples’ eyes,” he said.
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Biden's second State of the Union address, a Chinese spy balloon shot down and more live updates on today's political news.
Police are seeking the public’s help in finding a missing 70-year-old man from Wilbraham.
Pope Francis is on an unprecedented trip to the war-torn country with two other Christian leaders.
- The Week
Iran set to pardon thousands detained in protests, state media says
A United Nations peacekeeper from South Africa was killed and another wounded in an attack on their helicopter in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo on Sunday, the organisation said."An Oryx helicopter came under fire in Goma, the Democratic Republic of the Congo on Sunday February 5, 2023," the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) said in a statement.
Atiku Abubakar, 76, is basing his sixth presidential bid on promises to restore Nigeria's economy.
- The Oklahoman
Four Oklahoma City council seats are on the ballot this February, when representatives will be chosen for about half of the city's residents.
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Fox News correspondent Amy Kellogg delves into the latest on the floundering Iran nuclear deal and discusses with two analysts the present state of affairs.
- The Telegraph
As with so many things in life, getting stopped at Passport Control was something I had assumed happened to other people. Somehow or other, owning a British passport had lulled me into a perhaps misguided sense of security and I imagined that the worst I could expect might be an infuriatingly long, post-Brexit queue when arriving or departing.
A Clip Of Adele's Reaction To Harry Styles Winning Album Of The Year Is Going Viral, And It's Only 4 Seconds But It's Pretty Dang Messy
"Adele was so real for this."
Taylor Swift’s Reaction to Harry Styles Being Heckled by Beyoncé Fans During His Grammys Speech Is Going Viral
Harry Styles gave his Grammys acceptance speech for Album of the Year while being heckled by some fans who shouted “Beyoncé.” Taylor Swift’s reaction to this has gone viral.
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez were caught having a tense conversation during the 2023 Grammys and everyone's speculating on what was said.
A Mississippi state senator has come under fire on Twitter after posting a racist meme referencing the suspected Chinese spy balloon that breached U.S. airspace last week. Sen. Joel R. Carter, Jr., a Republican who represents the 49th District, shared an image of a weather balloon superimposed with the words “Weather Barroon” and “Totary NOT For Spying.” In the tweet, he wrote: “Biden Administration currently.”