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University professors and students against absurd reforms in France
reforms in FranceApril 12, 2018 ET
University students continued to protest against a new selection law across the country, as over 400 professors and teachers join with them to publish an open letter against the “absurd reforms”.
French Gendarmerie: Worrying disappearance of car indicators
car indicatorsApril 12, 2018 ET
Gendarmerie in the Pyrénées-Orientales have warned of the “worrying disappearance” of car indicators and have called for witnesses, in a novel approach to getting drivers to remember to indicate.
Auckland: Thousands without power for second freezing night
AucklandApril 11, 2018 ET
Thousands of Aucklanders have endured a second bitterly cold night without heating or light as temperatures plunged to 8°C.
New York giving $18.5 million to cut off MS-13 recruitment
MS-13April 11, 2018 ET
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced $18.5 million included in the FY 2019 Enacted Budget to launch a multi-pronged program for at-risk young people that will help Long Island communities cut off the MS-13 gang recruitment pipeline.
Americans say government should invest in early warning technology
Americans earthquakeApril 11, 2018 ET
New public opinion research finds that the overwhelming majority of Americans want public television to play a role in providing earthquake early warnings.
Trump says U.S. will attack Syria, Syria accuses U.S. of using lies
Donald Trump SyriaApril 11, 2018 ET
U.S. President Donald Trump warned Russia on Wednesday of imminent military action in Syria over a suspected poison gas attack, declaring that missiles “will be coming.”
Truck company involved in Canada's junior hockey team killing being ordered off the road
PeterbiltApril 11, 2018 ET
The Calgary-based company that owns the transport truck that collided with a bus carrying a junior hockey team — killing 15 people in a tragedy that has gripped heart of the nation — has been ordered to keep its vehicles off the road.
101,300 persons from Morocco acquired citizenship in EU
persons from MoroccoApril 11, 2018 ET
Russians were included in the top-10 of recipients acquired citizenship of a Member State of the European Union, according to an article issued by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.
India defence website hacked
Nirmala SitharamanApril 11, 2018 ET
India\'s defence minister said the department website was hacked last Friday, with the web portals of at least three other government departments including the interior, law and labour ministries also appearing to be down.
Sahara dust cloud blankets Greece in orange haze
Sahara dustApril 11, 2018 ET
Swathes of Greece are blanketed in orange haze after southerly winds swept dust from the Sahara desert in Africa to southeastern Europe.
Giant cruise ship smashes into dock in Honduras
MSC ArmoniaApril 11, 2018 ET
To shore-side witnesses, it first looked like just another cruise ship docking at Port Coxen Hole on the Honduran island of Roatan.
Airlines warned of possible airstrikes in Syria over next 72 hours
Syria airportApril 11, 2018 ET
A European air-traffic-control agency issued a statement late Tuesday warning airlines to use caution due to possible airstrikes in the eastern Mediterranean area in the next 72 hours.
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