Germany’s Merkel says U.S. no longer a arguable partner for Europe

German Chancellor Angela Merkel underlined her doubts about a trustworthiness of a United States as an fan on Monday though pronounced she was a “convinced trans-Atlanticist,” fine-tuning her summary after startling Washington with her openness a day earlier. In a debate in Berlin, Merkel showed how severely she is endangered about …

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Congo approves use of Ebola vaccine to quarrel outbreak

Democratic Republic of Congo’s health method has authorized a use of a new Ebola vaccine to counter an conflict of a hemorrhagic heat in a northeast that has killed 4 people, a orator pronounced on Monday.   “The non-objection was given. Now there’s a Medecins Sans Frontiers group that is nearing [in Congo] today to …

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Standing Rock film festival centres on tube protest

A film festival on a Standing Rock Sioux Reservation aims to accelerate a anti-pipeline transformation that blossomed there final year while also fostering connectors between a Native American village and a film industry. The initial Standing Rock Nation Film and Music Festival, that runs this entrance Friday, Saturday and Sunday …

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