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US, allies vow to pursue ‘free, open’ Indo-Pacific at Quad summit

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COVID has caused continued global suffering; climate crisis has accelerated; regional security has become ever-more complex, testing all of our countries individually & together. But cooperation remains unflinching: Quad countries- India, US, Australia, Japan in a joint statement

Thanks to the unremitting efforts of the Chinese govt, #Huawei ’s Meng Wanzhou has left #Canada  on a chartered plane by the Chinese govt and is about to arrive back home and reunite with her family: Xinhua

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Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Friday urged the United Nations to intervene in Haiti, saying the Caribbean nation is racked by instability, violence and "total disorder."

China releases two Canadians held since 2018 as Huawei executive freed in Canada

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National Security Law for Hong Kong has made the city one of the safest in the world with crime rate falling sharply against 2020 levels, #HK  Secretary of Security Chris Tang said at the 48th session of @UN  Human Rights Council, warning against those disrupting law and order.

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CJI N V Ramana expresses serious concern over shootout in Delhi

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Pakistan is 'arsonist' disguising itself as 'fire-fighter': India's strong Right of Reply at UNGA

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Scoops of the Day

Are you excited for Kirby’s next adventure?

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Tonight, in anger and grief, I joined women at the vigil in Greenwich to remember a murdered sister. Sabina Nessa. Say her name.

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The oldest human footprints in North America, dating back 23,000 years, have been found in New Mexico

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Humanity needs to "grow up" and deal with the issue of climate change, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Wednesday.

At least three promising antivirals that could prevent symptoms and limit transmission of Covid-19 are in clinical trials.

Washington DC | Quad Leaders' Summit expected to begin soon at the East Room of the White House

Millions of students lack access to high-speed internet at home. Today our Administration announced, thanks to the American Rescue Plan, we are sending $1.2 billion to schools and libraries to help over 3.6 million students get high-speed internet access and devices for learning.

The Walt Disney Company on Friday filed a flurry of lawsuits in an aggressive move to defend its Marvel superhero franchises from copyright-termination notices served by artists and illustrators involved with characters like Iron Man, Spider-Man and Thor.

Almost a million people in northern Ethiopia are experiencing famine conditions. Here’s what you need to know this week 👇 #StopTigrayFamine 

This elderly Inkling is Craig Cuttlefish. He was once captain of the Squidbeak Splatoon and is a true hero of his day. He recently retired from active duty and passed on his captain's hat to a brave new leader. No slouch, he's still patrolling the squid world though. What a guy!

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Scoops of the Week

Tune in 9/23 at 3 p.m. PT for a #NintendoDirect  livestream featuring roughly 40 minutes of information focused mainly on #NintendoSwitch  games launching this winter.

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All women should be safe both on the streets and in their own homes. In solidarity and sisterhood, let's remember Sabina Nessa — another life lost to violence against women. Let's #SaySabinasName , so she gets the justice she deserves.

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JUST IN: Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine safe, effective for kids ages 5 to 11.

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Tune-in on 10/5 at 7am PT for the reveal presentation of the final Super#SmashBrosUltimate  DLC fighter with Director Masahiro Sakurai. The fighter’s release date and final Mii Fighter costumes will also be revealed! Watch here:

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We must defend the constitutional right of women to make decisions about their own bodies. S.B. 8 in Texas threatens that right and violates precedent set under Roe v. Wade.

In parts of Ethiopia’s Tigray region, people now eat only green leaves for days. At a health centre last week, a mother and her newborn weighing just 1.7 pounds died from hunger.

In Parliament, I just asked Jacob Rees-Mogg how he sleeps at night knowing that cutting Universal Credit will rob £1,040 a year from 6 million families. His reply? "Things have to be paid for. There are limited resources." So let's start by taxing him and his super-rich mates.

Republicans want to shut down the government and destroy the economy. Next week. Raising the debt ceiling was always bipartisan, because defaulting will inflict violence ON PURPOSE against the American economy. These people wear suits and talk fancy but they are absolutely nuts.

BREAKING: A former Louisiana State Police trooper has been indicted on a federal civil rights charge in the beating of a Black man with a flashlight. An @AP  investigation previously revealed body camera footage of the incident.

Senator Booker and Representative Bass worked day and night to move the legislation forward. They put both time and heart in to build support, and they deserve our utmost gratitude. Today, however, we learned that Senate Republicans chose to reject even the most modest reforms.

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