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Explainer: As Johnson pushes ahead with Brexit, what happens now in UKโ€™s parliament?

By admin

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will try to drive the legislation needed to take Britain out of the European Union through parliament in the next 10 days, or else break his "do or die" pledge to leave on 31 October.

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Medicare fraud cases settled for $7.1M after knee braces, injections deemed unnecessary

By Vandana Rambaran

Seven former Osteo Relief Institute clinics accused of billing Medicare for unnecessary knee braces and injections to treat osteoarthritis have agreed to pay more than $7.1 million in a settlement, the U.S. Justice Department announced Friday.

Why did this man's taste buds disappear?

By Rachael Rettner

His tongue's strange appearance would turn out to be a sign of an underlying blood condition.

UKโ€™s Johnson adamant on Brexit deadline, despite delay request

By admin

A defiant British government has doubled down, insisting it will leave the European Union in 11 days despite parliament's forcing a reluctant prime minister to request another delay.

Hong Kong protesters sprayed with water cannon as they set up roadblocks, clash with police

By David Aaro

Thousands of pro-democracy Hong Kong protesters took to the streets on Sunday, some throwing firebombs as police attempted to violently disperse the situation using tear gas and a water cannon.

Russia dam collapse at gold mine kills at least 15, several unaccounted for

By Travis Fedschun

At least 15 people were killed after a dam at a gold mine in Siberia collapsed and flooded two dormitories where workers were sleeping on Saturday, according to officials.

Chile riots leave 3 dead in supermarket fire as curfew declared, president reverses subway fare hikes

By Travis Fedschun

Three people were killed after a supermarket in Chile's capital was looted and burned Saturday amid riots that stretched for a second day, triggering the country's president to declare a state of emergency and suspended a planned subway fare hike that prompted the outbreak in violence. 

Nigel Farage says anger over Brexit deal is 'unlike anything I have ever seen before'

By Talia Kaplan

Former United Kingdom Independence party leader Nigel Farage, who launched the Brexit campaign in the U.K., said Sunday that the anger among British voters regarding the latest developments with the Brexit deal is “unlike anything I have ever seen before.”

Chile's president rolls back subway fare hike amid protests

By Eva Vergara

Chilean President Sebastián Piñera on Saturday announced the suspension of a subway fare hike that had prompted violent student protests, less than a day after he declared a state of emergency amid rioting and commuter chaos in the capital.

Pelosi, other US lawmakers arrive in Jordan for meetings on Syria

By Dom Calicchio

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and a bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers announced late Saturday U.S. time that they had arrived in Jordan for meetings with King Abdullah II and other officials regarding the situation in Syria.

Barcelona mayor pleads for violence in Catalonia to stop amid pro-independence protests

By Vandana Rambaran

The mayor of Barcelona appealed to his city to disband protests on the fifth consecutive night, as Catalan separatists continued to clash with police over the country's Supreme Court decision handing down heavy prison sentences for nine of the independence campaign’s organizers. 

India police say 'cunning serial killer' arrested in deaths of 6 family members

By Robert Gearty

Police in India say six members of a family were killed with cyanide by a church-going relative motivated by greed, according to reports Saturday.

Justin Trudeau's Liberals make final push as Canadian election campaign reaches conclusion

By Benson Cook

After six weeks, four debates and countless opinion polls, Canada’s election will finally come to a chaotic end on Monday.  But what will come next — and who will emerge as Prime Minister — is anyone’s guess.

Erdogan vows to 'crush the heads' of Kurds if they don't withdraw; both sides trade blame for violating cease-fire

By Melissa Leon

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday promised to "crush the heads" of the Kurds in Syria, according to a report. This, as both Turkey and the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) claim the other is violating terms of a 120-hour cease-fire agreement brokered by Turkey and the U.S. on Thursday.

Chile capital hit by violent protests over metro fare hikes; state of emergency declared

Subway service in Chile's capital was suspended Friday, trapping hundreds of thousands of commuters on their way home from work, after high school students flooded subway stations, jumping turnstiles, dodging fares and vandalizing stations as part of protests against a fare hike.

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