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Today β€” April 21st 2019Your RSS feeds

Amid a Cyclone’s Floods and Destruction, Mozambique Finds Shards of Hope

By DECLAN WALSH

Our correspondent found both sorrow and resilience in one of the poorest corners of the planet after a savage storm left tens of thousands homeless.

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Santa Anita, Losing Horses to Other Tracks, Reduces Race Days for Now

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The track will hold racing three days a week instead of four for the next four weeks as several stables have sent horses to run at tracks like Keeneland and Churchill Downs.

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After Years of Denial, Venezuela’s President Allows Aid to Enter

By ANATOLY KURMANAEV and ANA VANESSA HERRERO

The Red Cross sent in their first shipment of medical supplies and hopes to distribute them without political intervention. The delay cost an untold number of lives.

ISIS Kidnapped Her 5 Years Ago. The Red Cross Thinks She May Still Be Alive.

By RUKMINI CALLIMACHI and ADAM GOLDMAN

The abduction of Louisa Akavi, a nurse from New Zealand, was kept secret for years. Now the aid group is breaking its silence in hopes of saving her.

Phoenix man accused of killing 4, including wife and 2 kids

By ANITA SNOW

A Phoenix man has been arrested on suspicion of killing his wife, two of his young daughters and a man who the suspect thought was romantically involved with his wife, police said Friday.

At Santa Anita, at Least for One Day, the Racing Goes Off Safely

By MIKE TIERNEY

Bob Baffert put two horses into the Kentucky Derby with a 1-2 finish in the Santa Anita Derby. But the California track and the sport will again face more tough questions in the coming week.

Global Health: Cholera Is Spreading in Mozambique, and It’s Far From the Only Health Threat

By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.

About two million people are displaced, cholera has broken out, and malaria is expected. But doses of cholera vaccine have arrived, and the humanitarian crisis may yet be contained, aid agencies say.

Global Health: Cholera Is Spreading in Mozambique, and It’s Far From the Only Health Threat

By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.

About two million people are displaced, cholera has broken out, and malaria is expected. But doses of cholera vaccine have arrived, and the humanitarian crisis may yet be contained, aid agencies say.

Dramatic border video with kids surfaces amid crossing surge

By ANITA SNOW

As sirens wail in the background, migrant smugglers push adults and children through a hole beneath a border wall despite an officer's demands on the other side that they return to Mexico.

Global Health: Cholera Is Spreading in Mozambique, and It’s Far From the Only Health Threat

By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.

About two million people are displaced, cholera has broken out, and malaria is expected. But doses of cholera vaccine have arrived, and the humanitarian crisis may yet be contained, aid agencies say.

Iran Says Trump’s Sanctions Have Frustrated Flood Relief Efforts

By RICK GLADSTONE

Iran said sanctions renewed by Mr. Trump had impeded international aid groups from sending assistance to victims. The State Department denied the accusation.

Impasse Over Aid for Puerto Rico Stalls Billions in Federal Disaster Relief

By EMILY COCHRANE

The Senate voted down two disaster aid bills as Republicans and Democrats clashed over President Trump’s opposition to sending more food and infrastructure help to Puerto Rico.

Death of Another Horse at Santa Anita Rocks the Racing Industry

By JOE DRAPE

It was the 23rd fatality since late December, an unusual spate that has baffled track officials and could embolden a campaign to end horse racing.

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