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2022-06-18: News Headlines

____ (2022-06-18). Horn of Africa could face 'unprecedented' food insecurity in 2023, WFP warns. ecns.cn The Horn of Africa could face "unprecedented food unavailability problems" in 2023 due to ongoing drought and food supply shortages caused by the Russia-Ukraine conflict, David Beasley Executive Director of the UN World Food Program (WFP) has warned.

Anonymous811 (2022-06-18). Crisis In Ecuador: Social Protests Stop Oil Production. southfront.org Leonidas Isa | Ecuador constantly faces a variety of problems, which is quite typical for a country in Latin America. This time, the most unique and urgent issues are the energy and social ones; these problems are not something new for Ecuador but are quite commonplace. In Ecuador, oil wells have recently stopped working. There have been these precedents before. The second problem is the Indian issue, which the government has not been able to solve for decades. | The main oil company of Ecuador, PetroOriental, said that…

Roger D. Harris (2022-06-18). Summit of the Americas Flops While Workers Summit Exposes Cracks in the Imperial Faàßade. orinocotribune.com By Roger D. Harris &#1 ; Jun 15, 2022 | Valentín, the man next to us in line as we made our way across the international border, asked what we had been doing in Tijuana. We had been at the Valentín, who had been born in Mexico and spent most of his working…

Staff (2022-06-17). NATO allies working actively to accommodate Turkey's diktat: Stoltenberg. antibellum679354512.wordpress.com Daily SabahJune 17, 2022 'NATO allies working actively to address Turkey's concerns' NATO allies take Turkey's "legitimate concerns" related to the fight against terrorism seriously in the context of Sweden's and Finland's membership applications, the security bloc's chief said Thursday, assuring that alliance members are working "actively to find a solution." Speaking at a news …

Maxbrichta (2022-06-17). If Poverty Is a Moral Issue, Then the U.S. Is Bankrupt. scheerpost.com By Sonali Kolhatkar / Newspaper headlines are warning of

_____ (2022-06-17). Summit Of The Americas Flops While Workers Summit Exposes Cracks In Imperial Faàßade. popularresistance.org Valentín, the man next to us in line as we made our way across the international border, asked what we had been doing in Tijuana. We had been at the Workers Summit of the Americas, organized as an alternative to Biden's Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles. Our summit was as a place where countries besieged by and barred from the US could participate and was held in cooperation with a kindred counter-summit in Los Angeles. | Valentín, who had been born in Mexico and spent most of his working life in the United States, had seen the border from both perspectives. He commented about Biden's summit that although the…

Staff (2022-06-17). Russian Mir Payment System to be Operational in Venezuela this Year. orinocotribune.com According to information that the president of the Central Bank of Venezuelan, Calixto José Ortega Sánchez, shared with Sputnik News, Venezuelan officials expect the Russian Mir payment system to be operational in the South American country as early as this year. | "We have the will for this system to be working this year if possible. I think that the most important thing is to have the will, that is what at this moment is determining the speed with which the project is being reviewed," said Ortega Sánchez during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF). | He specified that tomorrow, on Friday, Jun…

Aidan Smith (2022-06-17). The Big Tech Antitrust Battle Is A Fight For Democracy. commondreams.org There's a serious possibility that Big Tech's scorched Earth campaign to stop anything akin to real industry oversight or reform will end up working.

Ediz Tiyansan (2022-06-17). California's Palm Springs expected to face more days with extreme heat. america.cgtn.com Palm Springs, often referred to as California's playground for the wealthy, could become uninhabitable by the end of the century, as the number of extreme heat days is projected to increase as much as 1 percent. One meteorologist said the increasing frequency and intensity …

Dan Williams (2022-06-17). Bryce Weiler working to inspire and help others with disabilities. america.cgtn.com Sports often provide moments that inspire us all, be it incredible athletic achievements or success against the odds in the face of adversity. The story of American Bryce Weiler falls into the second category and he is also working hard to help others achieve their …

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