Chemical watchdog requests more information from Syria

UNITED NATIONS (PA) – The international chemical weapons watchdog has requested more information from Syria on the recent reported destruction of two bottles of chlorine which had been linked to…

Former leaders of Colombian armed groups apologize for war atrocities | Conflict News

Bogota Colombia – On Wednesday, two of Colombia’s most prominent former rebel and paramilitary group leaders apologized to the victims as part of a commission designed to unravel the complicated…

Brazilian justice orders Bolsonaro to investigate allegations of fraud | Coronavirus pandemic News

Supreme Court justice has ordered President Jair Bolsonaro to be investigated for allegations that Brazil’s electoral system has been tainted with fraud. A Brazilian Supreme Court judge has ruled President…

Israel demands “diplomatic, economic and even military” reprisals against attack on Iranian oil tanker

Western allies must develop an urgent retaliatory plan against Iran following multiple reported attacks on tankers near Oman, according to a senior Israeli official who warned that Tehran was reaching…

Uber’s losses worsen as incentives to attract drivers weigh on income | Business and Economy News

Food transportation and delivery giant Uber Technologies reported increasing losses for the second quarter, even as passengers returned to its platform in greater numbers. Uber Technologies Inc on Wednesday reported…

Huawei CFO’s Lawyer Says US Has Been ‘Selective’ In Disclosure

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) – Lawyers for a senior executive at Chinese communications giant Huawei Technologies argued in court on Wednesday that the United States had “strategically crafted” a misleading…

New York Governor Cuomo faces impeachment and mounting pressure to resign | Politics News

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is fighting for his political life amid calls for his resignation, local law enforcement investigations and threat of impeachment by the state legislature over the…

USAID Chief Power Says Tigray Rebels Should Leave Border Areas | Humanitarian crises News

Tigray has been in the grip of a humanitarian crisis for months, with hundreds of thousands of people suffering from famine. The head of the United States Agency for International…

Power station in Turkey evacuated as forest fire closes | Turkey News

Milas town power plant under threat in second week of historic forest fires on Turkey’s Aegean and Mediterranean coasts. A power plant in Mugla province in southwest Turkey was evacuated…

Mexico Sues US Arms Manufacturers for Their Role in Trafficking and Killings | Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador News

Mexico is seeking compensation for the damage, which is estimated at $ 10 billion, officials said. The Mexican government on Wednesday sued arms manufacturers and distributors in the United States…