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“Baquer #Namazi has finally left #Iran after 6.5 years as an illegal detainee!”

Jared Genser, a U.S. lawyer representing the Namazi family, announcing Baquer Namazi's release from Iran. The 85-year-old former UNICEF official travelled to Iran in 2016 to help free his son, who still remains in Iran. The U.N. has deemed both individuals wrongly accused.

oct 5, 2022

“The global economy faces a multi-pronged crisis. The picture for 2023 has darkened considerably.”

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Director-General of the World Trade Organization. Their latest economic forecast predicts a significant decline in traded goods between countries, pointing to an increased likelihood of a global recession.

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“We’re seeing it in a new generation that’s doing it, and we’re seeing it link up with smaller towns across the country and with people who are not from the middle class.”

Dr. Narges Bajoghli, assistant professor of Middle East Studies at Johns Hopkins University, regarding how widespread protests are across Iran.

oct 4, 2022

“The recent repeated launch of missiles is outrageous, and we strongly condemn this.”

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida following the launch of North Korea's longest-ever weapons test, flying over the country of Japan, showing its ability to strike neighboring nations.

oct 4, 2022

“All of our opinions are open to criticism.”

Chief Justice John Roberts at a speech in Colorado last month. After a summer break, the U.S. Supreme Court opens its nine-month term today with a 6-3 conservative majority.

oct 3, 2022

“We looked at our system and said, ‘Why are we filling prescriptions the way we did in 1995?”

Rina Shah, a group vice president overseeing pharmacy strategy at Walgreens. The nations second-largest pharmacy has started using robotic fulfillment centers to fill certain prescriptions. The new system cuts pharmacists workload by about 25%.

oct 3, 2022

“I want the world not to treat this as another news piece. I want the world to know the pain we are going through right now. I am totally devastated.”

20-year-old student in Kabul, Afghanistan after an attack killed at least 25 people, mostly women.

oct 3, 2022

“This is the opposite of free and fair elections.”

German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock denouncing Russia's announcement that they will annex four regions of Ukraine, making the regions a formal part of Russia.

sep 29, 2022

“Ian Continuing to Batter the Florida Peninsula With Winds, Storm Surge, and Flooding. Expected to Move Into the Atlantic Tomorrow.”

The National Hurricane Center with a Wednesday night update on Hurricane Ian — one of the strongest hurricanes to ever make landfall in the United States.

sep 29, 2022

“We stand with our allies.”

Vice President Kamala Harris. She is visiting Japan and South Korea this week on a routine trip while the nations face ongoing military pressure from China and North Korea.

sep 28, 2022

“When fetuses were exposed to carrot flavor, they were more likely to show 'laughter-face' reactions, and when they were exposed to kale flavor, they were more likely to show 'cry-face' reactions.”

Researchers wrote in a new study examining how fetuses respond to food after it is eaten by their mothers.

sep 28, 2022

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“Further squeezing already-tight supplies will be a slap in the face for consumers.”

Senior Analyst, Stephen Brennock, PVM Oil Associates in London, on OPEC's decision to cut oil production – a move that will likely increase prices.

oct 5, 2022

“Baquer #Namazi has finally left #Iran after 6.5 years as an illegal detainee!”

Jared Genser, a U.S. lawyer representing the Namazi family, announcing Baquer Namazi's release from Iran. The 85-year-old former UNICEF official travelled to Iran in 2016 to help free his son, who still remains in Iran. The U.N. has deemed both individuals wrongly accused.

oct 5, 2022

“The global economy faces a multi-pronged crisis. The picture for 2023 has darkened considerably.”

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Director-General of the World Trade Organization. Their latest economic forecast predicts a significant decline in traded goods between countries, pointing to an increased likelihood of a global recession.

oct 5, 2022

“We’re seeing it in a new generation that’s doing it, and we’re seeing it link up with smaller towns across the country and with people who are not from the middle class.”

Dr. Narges Bajoghli, assistant professor of Middle East Studies at Johns Hopkins University, regarding how widespread protests are across Iran.

oct 4, 2022

“The recent repeated launch of missiles is outrageous, and we strongly condemn this.”

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida following the launch of North Korea's longest-ever weapons test, flying over the country of Japan, showing its ability to strike neighboring nations.

oct 4, 2022

“All of our opinions are open to criticism.”

Chief Justice John Roberts at a speech in Colorado last month. After a summer break, the U.S. Supreme Court opens its nine-month term today with a 6-3 conservative majority.

oct 3, 2022

“We looked at our system and said, ‘Why are we filling prescriptions the way we did in 1995?”

Rina Shah, a group vice president overseeing pharmacy strategy at Walgreens. The nations second-largest pharmacy has started using robotic fulfillment centers to fill certain prescriptions. The new system cuts pharmacists workload by about 25%.

oct 3, 2022

“I want the world not to treat this as another news piece. I want the world to know the pain we are going through right now. I am totally devastated.”

20-year-old student in Kabul, Afghanistan after an attack killed at least 25 people, mostly women.

oct 3, 2022

“This is the opposite of free and fair elections.”

German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock denouncing Russia's announcement that they will annex four regions of Ukraine, making the regions a formal part of Russia.

sep 29, 2022

“Ian Continuing to Batter the Florida Peninsula With Winds, Storm Surge, and Flooding. Expected to Move Into the Atlantic Tomorrow.”

The National Hurricane Center with a Wednesday night update on Hurricane Ian — one of the strongest hurricanes to ever make landfall in the United States.

sep 29, 2022

“We stand with our allies.”

Vice President Kamala Harris. She is visiting Japan and South Korea this week on a routine trip while the nations face ongoing military pressure from China and North Korea.

sep 28, 2022

“When fetuses were exposed to carrot flavor, they were more likely to show 'laughter-face' reactions, and when they were exposed to kale flavor, they were more likely to show 'cry-face' reactions.”

Researchers wrote in a new study examining how fetuses respond to food after it is eaten by their mothers.

sep 28, 2022

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