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Uganda confirms Ebola outbreak after patient dies

An outbreak of Ebola has been declared in Uganda after health authorities confirmed a case of the relatively rare Sudan strain, the government and the World Health Organization (WHO) said

Jair Bolsonaro uses UN General Assembly speech for electoral purposes

In his speech at the 77th UN General Assembly, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro claimed that during his government he has faced "the systematic corruption" of the left

People dying of water-borne diseases in flood-hit Pakistan

Water-borne diseases are a new concern in flood-ravaged Pakistan, with the authorities reporting at least nine such deaths in the last 24 hours

Global hunger kills one person every four seconds

One person is estimated to be dying of hunger every four seconds, more than 200 NGOs have warned, urging decisive international action to “end the spiralling global hunger crisis.”

Vice President of Cuba pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth II in London

Cuban Vice President Salvador Valdes attended Sunday the funeral chapel of Elizabeth II at the Palace of Westminster, to pay tribute to the British monarch

Canadian human rights chief forced to resign over Islamophobic comments

The human rights commission chief for Canada western province of Alberta has been removed over Islamophobic comments he made in 2009

Hurricane Fiona slams Dominican Republic as Puerto Rico assesses catastrophic damages

Hurricane Fiona made landfall in the Dominican Republic one day after the storm knocked out power across Puerto Rico and caused what the island governor described as “catastrophic” damage

Donald Trump associates subpoenaed for influencing U.S. election results

People associated with Donald Trump have received court subpoenas over their alleged attempts to alter the U.S. presidential election results

U.S. rail workers win tentative union contract, averting nationwide strike

Unions representing U.S. railroad workers have reached a tentative agreement with their employers to avert a potential strike that was set to start just after midnight tonight


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