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Thousands commemorate Italy's fascist dictator Mussolini

Thousands commemorate Italy's fascist dictator Mussolini

PREDAPPIO, Italy (AP) — Several thousand black-clad fascist sympathizers chanted and sang in praise of the late Italian dictator Benito Mussolini on Sunday as they marched to his crypt, 100 years after Mussolini entered Rome and completed a bloodless
Rwanda criticizes expulsion of its ambassador from Congo

Rwanda criticizes expulsion of its ambassador from Congo

GOMA, Congo (AP) — Rwanda accused neighboring Congo of escalating tensions between the two countries on Sunday, a day after the Rwandan ambassador to Congo was given 48 hours to leave the country following rebel advances in the east.
German climate activists glue themselves to dinosaur display

German climate activists glue themselves to dinosaur display

BERLIN (AP) — Two environmental activists glued themselves to a dinosaur display at Berlin's Natural History Museum on Sunday to protest what they said was the German government's failure to properly address the threat of climate change.
As election day approaches, voters in North Carolina hope for post-election peace

As election day approaches, voters in North Carolina hope for post-election peace

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — When it comes to the instability, discord and fears of violence that loom over the 2022 midterms, John Szoka has a simple solution: put people ahead of politics.
Chrystia Freeland, Melanie Joly among signatories to letter on Iranian women's rights

Chrystia Freeland, Melanie Joly among signatories to letter on Iranian women's rights

OTTAWA — Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland and Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly are among the key signatories to an open letter decrying Iran's record on women's rights.
Police: Men attack pro-democracy vigil near Iranian embassy

Police: Men attack pro-democracy vigil near Iranian embassy

BERLIN (AP) — German police are investigating an attack on a pro-democracy vigil outside the Iranian embassy in Berlin in which three people were injured early Sunday morning.
Abortion access could hinge on state election results

Abortion access could hinge on state election results

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The online commercials in a state Senate race in some Raleigh, North Carolina, suburbs make an ominous claim, similar to one repeated across the country ahead of the Nov.
World leaders grieve deadly Halloween crowd surge in Seoul

World leaders grieve deadly Halloween crowd surge in Seoul

HONG KONG (AP) — World leaders expressed sadness and condolences after at least 151 people were killed in a crowd surge Saturday night in Seoul, South Korea.
Andrea Horwath returns to her political roots as mayor-elect of Hamilton

Andrea Horwath returns to her political roots as mayor-elect of Hamilton

In the immediate wake of her provincial election loss in June, Andrea Horwath couldn't muster up the energy to cook or bake – her usual ways of dealing with stress. "I was like ...
Amid growing criticism, Macklem says Bank of Canada’s independence not under threat

Amid growing criticism, Macklem says Bank of Canada’s independence not under threat

OTTAWA — As criticism piles on from politicians, pundits and interest groups, Bank of Canada governor Tiff Macklem says he's felt no threat to the institution's independence.
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