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California judge rules that coffee needs cancer warnings

LOS ANGELES, United States (AP) — A Los Angeles judge has ruled that California law requires coffee companies to carry an ominous cancer warning label because of a chemical...

Cuban volleyballers convicted of rape

BBC:- Five members of Cuba’s national volleyball team were convicted today of raping a Finnish woman during a World League tournament in Tampere. Four of the men, including the captain,...

Guatemalan man gets 30 years in killing of 2 journalists

(AP) — A Guatemalan court has sentenced a man to 30 years in prison in the killings of two journalists. Sergio Valdemar Cardona was driving the motorcycle from which another...

EU imposes sanctions on 7 senior Venezuelan officials

(AP) — The European Union has imposed sanctions on seven senior Venezuelan officials accused of human rights abuses or breaching the rule of law in the country. EU headquarters said...

Small Commonwealth States Losing Out On $ Billions In Aid

CARICOM Today:-  The small states of the Commonwealth could be losing out on $4.5 billion of overseas development assistance, a preliminary Commonwealth Secretariat study has shown. In response, Commonwealth Secretary-General...

Teenager wrongly convicted of 4 murders

SKY NEWS:-A prison inmate who confessed when he was 14 to the murders of four people has been released a day after his conviction was thrown out. Davontae Sanford, now...

China urges citizens to have more babies

(CNN)China appears to be backpedaling on its decades-long policies to limit population growth as it attempts to address a demographic time bomb. The one child policy ran until 2015 when...

Serena sails through in ‘superhero’ catsuit

(CNN)She had been away from grand slams for 16 months, but Serena Williams said she felt like "a warrior princess" as she returned to winning ways at the French...

Two police officers killed in Colombia car bombing

(AFP) - Two Colombian police officers were killed Saturday when criminals bombed their car, then hurled grenades and strafed it with gunfire, local authorities said. The officers were near the...

EU parliament approves ban on single-use plastics

STRASBOURG, France (AFP) — The European Parliament voted overwhelmingly yesterday for an EU-wide ban on single-use plastics such as straws, cutlery, cotton buds and balloon sticks. The European Commission —...