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Ethiopia and Sudan urge cooperation to stop border violence 05/31/2020 07:22am • ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — Ethiopia says a recent violent incident that flared up along the border with Sudan should be addressed by diplomatic discussions. For its part, Sudan's military says that the two countries should deploy a joint force to patrol the border to prevent any violence. The st Probe blames safety lapses for deadly India gas leak Probe blames safety lapses for deadly India gas leak 05/31/2020 01:37am • NEW DELHI (AP) — A committee appointed by India’s top environmental court has blamed “gross human failure” and lack of basic safety norms for a gas leak in a South Korean-owned chemical factory this month that killed 12 people and sickened hundreds. In its report, accessed and reviewed by Th Sudan summons Ethiopia’s envoy over cross-border attack 05/30/2020 11:45am • CAIRO (AP) — Sudan’s Foreign Ministry on Saturday said it summoned Ethiopia’s diplomat to the country over a cross-border attack allegedly conducted by a militia backed by Ethiopia's military. Thursday’s attack in the eastern province of al-Qadarif killed at least one officer and one child, Infected workers, parts shortages slow auto factory restarts Infected workers, parts shortages slow auto factory restarts 05/30/2020 09:32am • DETROIT (AP) — The U.S. auto industry’s coronavirus comeback plan was pretty simple: restart factories gradually and push out trucks and other vehicles for waiting buyers in states left largely untouched by the virus outbreak. Yet the return from a two-month production shutdown hasn’t gone qui US food prices see historic jump and are likely to stay high US food prices see historic jump and are likely to stay high 05/30/2020 07:08am • DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — As if trips to the grocery store weren’t nerve-wracking enough, U.S. shoppers lately have seen the costs of meat, eggs and even potatoes soar as the coronavirus has disrupted processing plants and distribution networks. Overall, the cost of food bought to eat at home skyr Italy's seas speak: No tourists or boats mean cleaner water Italy's seas speak: No tourists or boats mean cleaner water 05/29/2020 11:30pm • FIUMICINO, Italy (AP) — Pollution from human and agriculture waste spilling into the seas off Rome has decreased 30% during Italy's coronavirus lockdown, preliminary results from a nationwide survey of seawater quality indicate. Authorities stressed it was too soon to give the lockdown sole cre Street dog helps see Chinese nurse through virus traumas Street dog helps see Chinese nurse through virus traumas 05/29/2020 09:22pm • BEIJING (AP) — Zhang Dan was among the first to respond to the call for help in China's coronavirus epicenter. The 36-year-old nurse worked through grueling days, ministering to patients who needed assistance from breathing to merely eating. She struggled — but then, a little street dog helped China home-built aircraft carrier conducting sea trials China home-built aircraft carrier conducting sea trials 05/29/2020 08:20pm • BEIJING (AP) — China’s Defense Ministry said the navy’s only entirely home-built aircraft is carrying out sea trials to test weapons and equipment and enhance training of the crew. Ministry spokesperson Ren Guoqiang said Friday the exercises were being conducted as planned, apparently unaffec OSHA cites nursing home for delayed coronavirus reporting OSHA cites nursing home for delayed coronavirus reporting 05/29/2020 03:14pm • SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — The federal agency that oversees workplace safety said Friday that it had issued its first citation in the U.S. related to the coronavirus outbreak: against a Georgia nursing home that delayed reporting the hospitalization of six infected workers. The Occupation Safety and Hea Minneapolis protest misinformation stokes racial tensions Minneapolis protest misinformation stokes racial tensions 05/29/2020 03:07pm • CHICAGO (AP) — The false social media posts started just hours after protesters first began chanting and carrying banners around the Minneapolis neighborhood where George Floyd, an African American man, died handcuffed in police custody. “The cop who killed George Floyd,” Facebook and Twitter Another Asian giant hornet found in northwestern Washington Another Asian giant hornet found in northwestern Washington 05/29/2020 12:36pm • SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A dead Asian giant hornet has been found in Washington state, and officials said Friday they were trying to learn if the honey bee predators have established colonies here. The Washington state Department of Agriculture said it was the first confirmed sighting of an Asian Slaughterhouses reopen but farmers still euthanizing pigs Slaughterhouses reopen but farmers still euthanizing pigs 05/29/2020 12:15pm • DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Meatpacking plants that had to briefly close due to coronavirus outbreaks have been back up and running for weeks, but production backlogs are forcing farmers to euthanize thousands of hogs that can't be processed, drawing complaints from animal welfare advocates. In Iowa, Virus taking hold in rural, old plantation region of Alabama Virus taking hold in rural, old plantation region of Alabama 05/29/2020 12:02pm • HAYNEVILLE, Ala. (AP) — Sparsely populated Lowndes County, deep in Alabama's old plantation country, has the sad distinction of having both the state’s highest rate of COVID-19 cases and its worst unemployment rate. Initially spared as the disease ravaged cities, the county and other rural area Hong Kong on borrowed time as China pushes for more control Hong Kong on borrowed time as China pushes for more control 05/29/2020 12:01pm • BANGKOK (AP) — Hong Kong has been living on borrowed time ever since the British made it a colony nearly 180 years ago, and all the more so after Beijing took control in 1997 and granted it autonomous status. China’s passage of a national security law for the city is the latest sign that the 50 Baltimore voters face watershed moment with mayoral primary Baltimore voters face watershed moment with mayoral primary 05/29/2020 11:14am • BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore’s most consequential election in a generation is set to take place next week, when voters will be looking for a leader who can rein in violent crime, address entrenched poverty and restore steadily eroding trust in local government. Although Tuesday's election is a
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