October 27, 2021
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North Korea claim test of new submarine-launched missile

bbc– North Korea has confirmed it successfully tested a new submarine-launched ballistic missile on Tuesday. State news outlet KCNA said the missile had “advanced control guidance technologies”, which could make it harder to track. North Korea has carried out a flurry of

This Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Support Authentic Native Artists

vogue– Growing up on Nipissing First Nation, my traditional territory, I remember that my aunties would always be cooking or making something. On my mom’s side, I come from a large family of 18 aunts and uncles—we’re one big, loud, crazy Ojibwe family—and we would often all gather at my grandmother Leda’s house. There, my […]
Middle East

Deaths reported after Israeli airstrike in Syria’s Homs province

aljazeera– An Israeli airstrike in central Syria has killed one Syrian soldier and three pro-Iranian fighters, according to a UK-based war monitor. The Syrian state news agency SANA had earlier quoted a military source as saying that Wednesday’s attack near the city of Palmyra in Homs province had killed a soldier and wounded three others. […]
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Japan’s new PM dissolves lower house for Oct. 31 national election

npr– Japan’s new Prime Minister Fumio Kishida dissolved the lower house of parliament Thursday, paving the way for elections Oct. 31 that will be Japan’s first of the pandemic. At stake will be how Japan faces a potential coronavirus resurgence and revives its battered economy, and if or how Kishida’s government can leave the shadow […]
Africa News

Guinea’s ‘Conakry Express’ back on track after ten-month break

africanews– The “Conakry Express” train, which connects the Guinean capital to its suburbs with thousands of people transported per day, resumed its rotations this week after ten months of stop, according to a journalist of the AFP and the national railway company. Thousands of people had boarded the train on Wednesday morning at its departure […]

EU prepares for worst as Brexit divide remains

independent-Brussels was “preparing for the worst” over Brexit on Wednesday after the UK signalled the EU’s offer to scrap up to 80 per cent of checks on goods entering Northern Ireland was not enough to resolve the bitter dispute over the Irish border. European Commission vice president Maros Sefcovic called on London to engage “earnestly and intensively” with […]

Fifa opens disciplinary proceedings after crowd trouble at England-Hungary clash

independent– Fifa has opened disciplinary proceedings in relation to the disturbances which marred England’s World Cup qualifier against Hungary on Tuesday night, and the violent scenes at the Albania versus Poland match in the same group. Hungary fans clashed with police at Wembley after officers entered the stand to arrest an individual for a racially aggravated