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Lebanese Prime Minister, the entire government resigns after deadly explosion in Beirut – Fox News

Lebanese Prime Minister, the entire government resigns after the deadly explosion in Beirut Fox News The Lebanese government resigns following the CNN explosion in Beirut The Lebanese government closes after the explosion of the port of Beirut The Guardian The Beirut explosion is a warning to America The New York Times Lebanon’s political corruption can be eradicated – if its …

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Why KT McFarland Says FBI Director Christopher Wray James Comey Are In “Big Trouble”

FBI Director Christopher Wray and former FBI Director James Comey are both in “big trouble,” former Deputy National Security Advisor K.T. McFarland told America’s Newsroom Monday. McFarland, responding to Senate Homeland Security President Ron Johnson, R-Wis., Issuing the first subpoena to the FBI and Wray while examining the origins of the Russia investigation, says he believes they are also looking …

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The U.S. chief of health commends Taiwan’s Covid-19 success, Irks Beijing in Rare Visit

HONG KONG – A rare meeting between the top U.S. health official and Taiwan’s president in Taipei helped Washington strengthen ties with the island’s democracy, staying on tiptoe near a red line in its relationship ever more controversial with Beijing. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar broadcast a message of support from the White House and praised Taiwan’s response …

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The Indonesian volcano Mount Sinabung erupts twice in three days

MEDAN, Indonesia – Indonesia’s rumbling Mount Sinabung erupted on Monday, sending a column of volcanic materials up to 16,400 feet high into the sky and depositing ash on villages. It is the second eruption since Saturday after the volcano has been dormant for more than a year. The falling sand and ash has accumulated up to 2 inches in abandoned …

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WHO sees “green shoots of hope” as global cases close to 20 million

Children sit in the classroom for the first day of classes of the new school year at GuthsMuths Elementary School during the coronavirus pandemic on August 10, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. Maja Hitij | Getty Images The World Health Organization said Monday that there are glimmers of hope in the fight against the coronavirus, even as global cases of the …

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Puerto Rico stops primary voting in centers without ballot papers

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – The Puerto Rico primary was marred Sunday by a lack of ballot papers in most centers across the United States, forcing frustrated voters who braved a spike in COVID-19 cases to turn around and go back home. The situation has infuriated voters and politicians of all kinds, as they blamed the Electoral Commission of Puerto …

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According to sources, the Lebanese government is expected to resign on Monday in the wake of the Beirut explosion

A high-level ministerial source told CNN it believed the government would be reduced to custodian status by Monday night. Three government ministers have already resigned, along with seven members of parliament. Lebanon was already undergoing the worst economic crisis in decades, along with rising coronavirus rates, and the government was plagued with allegations of corruption and severe mismanagement. Tuesday’s blast, …

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