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Month: September 2023

Catalogan como “inaceptable” a operador de autobús implicado en accidente mortal de Nueva York tras no superar varias inspecciones de seguridad

Rocío Muñoz-Ledo (CNN) — La compañía de transporte propietaria del autobús involucrado en un accidente fatal en Nueva York esta semana mientras llevaba estudiantes de secundaria a un campamento de banda fue catalogada como un “operador inaceptable” por el estado después de fallar varias inspecciones de seguridad desde 2022. Los registros del Departamento de Transporte

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First refugees from Nagorno-Karabakh arrive in Armenia following Azerbaijan’s military offensive

By AVET DEMOURIAN Associated Press YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) — Officials in Armenia say the first refugees from Nagorno-Karabakh have arrived in the country following a two-day military offensive by Azerbaijan. More are expected to come after a 10-month blockade of the breakaway region and the offensive resulting in Azerbaijan reclaiming full control of it. Thousands

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Residents prepare to return to sites of homes demolished in Lahaina wildfire 7 weeks ago

By JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER Associated Press HONOLULU (AP) — Authorities on Monday will begin allowing the first residents and property owners to return to their devastated properties in Lahaina, many for the first time since the historic town was demolished by a wildfire nearly seven weeks ago. The prospect of returning has stirred strong emotions

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The Biden administration is poised to allow Israeli citizens to travel to the US without a US visa

By MATTHEW LEE AP Diplomatic Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration is poised to allow Israeli citizens to travel to the United States without a U.S. visa. That move is coming despite ongoing U.S. concerns about the Israeli government’s treatment of Palestinian Americans. U.S. officials say an announcement of Israel’s entry into the Visa

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Some UK police put down guns after an officer is charged with murder in the shooting of a Black man

By JILL LAWLESS Associated Press LONDON (AP) — London’s police force says some officers are refusing to conduct armed patrols after a colleague was charged with murder in the shooting of an unarmed Black man. A Metropolitan Police marksman was charged Wednesday over the September 2022 death of 24-year-old Chris Kaba. Only about one in

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Both parties want to win South Florida. Here’s one Cuban activist’s view of the political fight

By ADRIANA GOMEZ LICON Associated Press MIAMI (AP) — Soon after Felix Llerena arrived in Miami in 2017,  the Cuban activist was drawn to then-President Donald Trump by the Republican’s aggressive approach toward Cuba’s communist government. Later, Llerena’s mother was able to join him in the United States thanks to an immigration program launched by

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