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9127TH MEETING (PM) SC/15024 Several Member States Question Merits for Convening Meeting on Weapons Transfers A large-scale influx of weapons to conflict-affected zones raises many concerns, High Representative for Disarmament Affairs Izumi Nakamitsu told the Security Council today, as delegates convened for the third time in three days to discuss the situation in Ukraine, with […]

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The CEO of the biggest power company in the US had a problem. A Democratic state senator was proposing a law that could cut into Florida Power & Light’s (FPL) profits. Landlords would be able to sell cheap rooftop solar power directly to their tenants – bypassing FPL and its monopoly on electricity. “I want […]

A new CNN analysis finds that less than half of children and teens are fully vaccinated against Covid-19, and only a tenth have been boosted. Many of the nation’s largest school systems — including Los Angeles Unified, City of Chicago, Miami-Dade County and Clark County in Nevada — start school next month. Covid-19 cases are […]

Devon Henry, whose company was hired to meticulously dismantle Confederate monuments across the country, is giving new meaning to the Confederate flag’s 13 stars with the launch of the “13 Stars” NFT Collection to raise $13 million for social causes. In July of 2020, Devon said yes to a job that no other contractor had […]

Author Neil Gaiman. (Guerin Blask for The Washington Post) ‘The Sandman’ and other morally complicated Gaiman creations are finding their way to screens — just when we need them most By Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson July 6, 2022 at 9:55 a.m. EDT Placeholder while article actions load It’s a spring evening, and the Miller Theater in […]

July 6, 2022 at 6:13 a.m. EDT A nurse feeds 2-year-old Suldano Idow, who is severely malnourished, with the help of his father, Idow Abdirahman, in the pediatric stabilization center at Banadir Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, on June 13. Banadir Hospital is dealing with a growing number of severe malnutrition cases being referred from different […]

Traffic is seen at the Lincoln Tunnel ahead of the July 4th holiday, as seen from Weehawken, New Jersey, U.S., July 2, 2021. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz Register now for FREE unlimited access to Register NEW YORK, July 1 (Reuters) – The number of people traveling by car and airplane for the Fourth of July holiday […]

Attachments Geneva – Permanent members of the UN Security Council should extend the cross-border aid to northwestern Syria, Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor said Tuesday in a statement. The continued flow of life-saving humanitarian aid across the Turkish border to northwestern Syria is of pivotal importance to more than . . .

US law enforcement officials have shut down a series of websites making $19 million in revenue by selling stolen data. The black market data the websites trafficked in included crucial personal information like stolen Social Security numbers and birthdates. So it’s definitely a big win that this operation was dismantled. The US Justice Department announced […]

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