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In 2018, 21 percent of the 3.7 billion people in 76 low- and middle-income countries do not have access to sufficient food for an active and healthy life, i.e. not food secure. However, by 2028, only 10 percent of the projected 4.3 billion people in these countries will be food insecure. [Read More]
One of the participants of the first ever UFC event in Russia, lightweight Desmond Green was involved in a five-vehicle car crash, which left three injured and two dead on Saturday. [Read More]
The head of the Russian "Leftist Front" movement, Sergei Udaltsov, has been placed in hospital after going on hunger strike in protest over civil custodial sentence he received for violating the law on protest rallies. [Read More]
One of the participants of the first ever UFC event in Russia, lightweight Desmond Green was involved in a five-vehicle car crash, which left three injured and two dead on Saturday. [Read More]
Washington freezes Russian assets in US worth hundreds of millions of dollars - US Treasury... [Read More]
Romanian tennis player Simona Halep, who is ranked first in the Women's Tennis Association (WTA), revealed she was "intimidated" by US tennis star Serena Williams, whom she described as "so big and huge." [Read More]
Russell Trent yn cael ei atal o'i waith fel llywodraethwr Carchar y Berwyn yn ystod ymchwiliad i honiadau yn ei erbyn. [Read More]
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A Confederate statue at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill was toppled during a rally by protesters who decried the memorial known as "Silent Sam" as a symbol of racist heritage. [Read More]
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In a lawsuit, Peter Bonzani Jr. alleged that he was fired by Connecticut-based Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies Corp., after he brought his concerns to company officials. [Read More]
With pre-midterm frenzy heating up, Microsoft said it thwarted a phishing attack by a group "widely associated" with Russia — and despite not providing much hard evidence, used the incident to advertise a new privacy product. [Read More]
Europe needs to set up payment systems independent of the US if it wants to save the Iran nuclear deal that was abandoned by President Donald Trump, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said. [Read More]
The UN nuclear watchdog said it did not find any indication that North Korea had stopped its nuclear activities. [Read More]
Hamas leader Ismail Haniya said Tuesday that an end to Israel's more than decade-long blockade of Gaza was "around the corner," as talk of a possible truce deal intensifies, AFP reported. [Read More]
It is absurd to suggest China has any influence on American elections; the actual threat is domestic, not foreign, Arvin Vohra, 2020 presidential hopeful for the US Libertarian Party, says. [Read More]
Turkey will receive its first batch of S-400 air defense systems next year under a deal with Russia, arms exporter Rosoboronexport said. Washington pressured Ankara to drop the purchase amid tensions between the two NATO allies. [Read More]
Brexit brew hasn't stopped simmering and will flavour British politics for many years to come. [Read More]
After a bizarre trial that saw ostrich-skin jackets as evidence and no mention of Russia, the jury in Paul Manafort's fraud trial enters its fourth day of deliberation, spelling bad news for Robert Mueller's prosecution. [Read More]
The #MeToo figurehead and actor Asia Argento has denied accusations she sexually assaulted former co-star Jimmy Bennett. The alleged hush money she gave him was an act of compassion, she said. [Read More]
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Kweku Adoboli, who was convicted of a huge fraud in 2012, is trying to avoid being sent back to Ghana. [Read More]
Romanian tennis player Simona Halep, who is ranked first in the Women's Tennis Association (WTA), revealed she was "intimidated" by US tennis star Serena Williams, whom she described as "so big and huge." [Read More]
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