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- Canada: ‘Credible evidence’ India behind alleged assassination of Sikh leader, says Trudeau (The Guardian)
- Colombia: Colombian President Says Sanctions on Cuba and Venezuela are Driving Migration (Truthout)
- Guatemala: Demonstrators rally in Guatemala to defend presidential election results (Al Jazeera)
- Iran: Outrage as Iran president prepares to address UN: ‘Wants to kill American citizens’ (Fox News)
- Italy: Lampedusa nurse says ‘welcome everyone’ – as residents complain they have to wait for care (msn.com)
- Kenya: Eight dead as Kenyan military helicopter crashes near Somalia border (Al Jazeera)
- Nigeria: In Nigeria, grief spills to the streets over death of Afrobeats star Mohbad (Al Jazeera)
- Russia: The counteroffensive may be flagging, but Crimea attack shows Ukraine can still infict serious damage on the Russian military (msn.com)
- USA: We’ve put a ‘price on American heads’: Mike Pompeo (Fox News Video)
Five siblings jailed for illegally extracting water feeding Spanish nature reserve
SPAIN: Five siblings have been jailed for more than three years for illegally extracting water from an aqueduct feeding a Unesco-listed Spanish nature reserve that is threatened by desertification, a court ruling showed.
The farmers – four men and a woman – were found guilty of crimes against the environment and causing damage through the “systematic and extensive extraction” of water supplying Donana national park, according to the ruling dated 18 September that was seen by Agence France-Presse on Friday. (TheGuardian.com)
Scandal grows over children’s spinal surgery in Ireland
Paediatricians and health executives in Dublin were aware that a leading children’s hospital in the city was using “unauthorised, uncertified” medical implants in surgery, a top health official has said.
Ireland is facing a growing scandal over paediatric spinal surgery. An independent investigation found that 19 children with spina bifida suffered serious complications after they were operated on by one surgeon at Temple Street hospital. One child was readmitted to the operating theatre 33 times after her initial operation. (TheGuardian.com)
Spain's conservatives will get first shot at forming a government after inconclusive elections
The leader of Spain’s conservatives will have the first chance to curry the parliamentary support necessary to form a new government following last month’s inconclusive national election.
The leader of Spain’s conservatives will have the first chance to curry the parliamentary support necessary to form a new government following last month’s inconclusive national election, the speaker of Spain’s Parliament said Tuesday.
Francina Armengol announced the decision by Spain’s King Felipe VI following the monarch’s round of meetings on Monday and Tuesday with the leaders of the parties represented in the parliament. (abcnews.go.com)
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📝🇦🇲#Armenia #Yerevan #Karabakh: The situation in Yerevan, where new protests will take place today— 🌐World News 24 🌍🌎🌏 (@DailyWorld24) September 22, 2023
The opposition has planned another rally for 10.00 local time (9.00 Moscow time)
Street benches are being removed from city streets, presumably to prevent protesters from… pic.twitter.com/Qo1c1wSbpS