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All babies born to Latvia's non-citizens to be registered as citizens
Latvia streetOctober 18, 2019 ET
As of next year, all babies born to Latvia\'s non-citizens will be registered as Latvian citizens under a bill that passed the final reading in the parliament of the Baltic country on Thursday, local media informed.
Chicago, Ill. teachers strike, more than 300,000 students without classes
Chicago teachers strikeOctober 17, 2019 ET
Chicago, Ill. teachers went on strike after failing to reach a contract deal with the school district.
Brazil navy demands facts about oil spill from 30 ships from 10 countries
Oil on Brazilian beachOctober 17, 2019 ET
The Brazilian navy began to demand that 30 oil tankers from 10 foreign countries make their statements as to what caused the spillage of a vast volume of crude oil that has washed ashore on 132 Brazilian beaches and threatens the fauna of the region.
India allows some cell phone services in Kashmir but not internet
Kashmir cell phoneOctober 17, 2019 ET
India restored postpaid cellphone services Monday on all networks in the Kashmir Valley, 72 days after scrapping the state’s special status.
COSCO Panamax collided with French trawler in Irish waters
Hua Sheng HaiOctober 17, 2019 ET
Bulk carrier Hua Sheng Hai collided with 35-meter French trawler Kirrixki off Kerry coast, southwest Ireland, at around 0100 UTC Oct 12, while en route from Guinea to Aughinish Alumina, Ireland.
Five dead, dozens injured after strong earthquake rocks Philippines
earthquake rocks PhilippinesOctober 17, 2019 ET
The death toll climbed to five Thursday after a strong 6.3-magnitude earthquake rocked southern Philippines, damaging buildings and threatening landslides, officials.
South Africa hit by new round of power blackouts
EskomOctober 17, 2019 ET
A new round of power blackouts hit South Africa on Wednesday.
Farmers protest in The Hague, four arrested
Farmers protest in The HagueOctober 17, 2019 ET
Thousands of farmers demonstrated in The Hague on Wednesday for the second national protest against the policy of the Dutch government to reduce nitrogen emissions.
Syria troops and Kurds together fight against Turkish forces
Syrian armyOctober 16, 2019 ET
The Syrian army deployed alongside Kurdish forces on the front line in northern Syria Wednesday.
Explosion and fire in Crockett, Ca. oil refinery
Explosion in CaliforniaOctober 16, 2019 ET
A couple of 8,000-gallon tanks holding diesel fuel exploded Tuesday afternoon at the NuStar refinery in Crockett, shaking the areas of Rodeo, Hercules, and Pinole and sending thick, toxic black smoke into the air.
Congo authorities recover presidential staff crashed plane
Congo Antonov 72October 16, 2019 ET
Experts in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) confirmed Tuesday that the wreckage of an aircraft in the country\'s central region was that of a cargo plane carrying presidential staff.
Ecuador: Protests leave 6 dead, 1,507 injured
Ecuador protestOctober 16, 2019 ET
More than 10 days of anti-government protests sparked by fuel hikes left six people dead and 1,507 people injured in Ecuador, the government said.
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