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From today, September 25, 2022
- Florida monitors a growing Tropical Storm Ian in Caribbean
Florida monitors a growing Tropical Storm Ian in Caribbean
- Florida emergency declared as Tropical Storm Ian strengthens
Gov. Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency for 24 counties.
- Today in History: September 25, Sandra Day O'Connor sworn in
Today in History Today is Sunday, Sept. 25, the 268th day of 2022. There are 97 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On Sept. 25, 1957, nine Black students who’d been forced to withdraw from Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, because of unruly white crowds were escorted to class by members of the U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division. On this date: In 1513, Spanish explorer Vasco Nunez de Balboa crossed the Isthmus of Panama and sighted the Pacific Ocean. In 1789, the first United States Congress adopted 12 amendments to the Constitution and sent them to the states for ratification. (Ten of the amendments became the Bill of Rights.) In 1919, President Woodrow Wilson collapsed after a speech in Pueblo, Colorado, during a national speaking tour in support of the Treaty of Versailles (vehr-SY’). In 1956, the first trans-Atlantic telephone cable officially went into service with a three-way ceremonial call between New York, Ottawa and London. In 1964,...
- India stays neutral on Ukraine war, previews G-20 term at UN
India’s foreign minister laid out the country’s plans for its turn at the G-20 presidency during the U
- On Ukraine, Russia repeats insistence that it had no choice
Russia has told the world that it has “no choice” but to take military action in Ukraine
- Saudi Arabia's triumphant week reclaims the West's embrace
Saudi Arabia appears to be leaving behind the stream of negative coverage the killing of Jamal Khashoggi elicited since 2018
- They said it: Leaders at the UN, in their own words
Many leaders saying many things about many topics that matter to them, to their regions, to the world: That’s what the U.N. General Assembly invariably produces each year. And each year, certain voices dominate. Here, The Associated Press takes the opposite approach and spotlights some thoughts — delivered universally from the rostrum at the United Nations following successive years of a virtual, then hybrid summit — from leaders who might have not captured the headlines and airtime on Wednesday, the second of the 2022 debate. ——— “It is time for multilateralism to reflect the voice of the farmers, represent the hopes of villagers, champion the aspirations of pastoralists, defend the rights of fisherfolk, express the dreams of traders, respect the wishes of workers and indeed, protect the welfare of all peoples of the Global South." — William Ruto, president of Kenya ——— “The seriousness of the present moment obliges me to share difficult, but true words with you. Everything...
- Live updates: U.N. General Assembly
Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister says the world needs more fossil fuel investments
- They said it: Leaders at the UN, in their own words
Many leaders saying many things about many topics that matter to them, to their regions, to the world: That’s what the U.N. General Assembly invariably produces each year. And each year, certain voices dominate. Here, The Associated Press takes the opposite approach and spotlights some thoughts — delivered universally from the rostrum at the United Nations following successive years of a virtual, then hybrid summit — from leaders who might have not captured the headlines and airtime on Saturday, the fifth and penultimate day of the 2022 debate. ——— “We may sometimes have the impression that we say the same things, that we repeat each other. I would like to disagree. If committing to peace and security, to development and prosperity, to upholding international law and respecting human rights, engaging in genuine efforts to mitigate climate change is repeating each other, then we are doing the right thing.” — Edi Rama, prime minister of Albania ——— “Many are beginning to...
- Belarus foreign minister blames NATO, West for Ukraine war
He says the root cause of the war dates to the end of the Cold War.
- US spy satellite launched into orbit from California
A classified satellite for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office was launched.
- 'We got our miracle': Freed Americans back home in Alabama
Two U.S. military veterans who disappeared three months ago while fighting with Ukrainian forces have arrived in their home state of Alabama
- Soldier who went missing during Korean War accounted for
A soldier from Massachusetts who went missing during the Korean war and was later reported to have died in a prisoner of war camp has been accounted for
- As Ukraine worries UN, some leaders rue what's pushed aside
In speech after speech, world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly are spotlighting Russia’s war in Ukraine
- China on Taiwan: 'External interference' won't be tolerated
China has underscored its commitment to its claim to Taiwan.
- Interview: New UN climate chief takes the fight personally
The United Nations official now in charge of the fight to curb climate change has a personal stake in the battle to reduce emissions
- Mali prime minister lashes out at France, UN, regional bloc
Mali's prime minister is lashing out at everyone from the U.N. secretary-general to former colonizer France
- China's top diplomat: Any attempt to get in the way of Taiwan reunification will be 'crushed by the wheels of history'
China's top diplomat: Any attempt to get in the way of Taiwan reunification will be 'crushed by the wheels of history'
- Crowded campsites, high demand cause fights, 'camp pirates'
High demand for crowded campsites is leading to arguments, fistfights.
- GLIMPSES: One prime minister, many quotable quotes
So you’re paying attention to the tectonic geopolitical issues at the U.N. General Assembly, and most of them are addressed in carefully calibrated and crafted diplomatic language
- NYC appeals ruling over vaccine mandate for police officers
Judge ruled city doesn't have authority to fire police for not getting vaccine.
- Eastern Michigan University faculty ratify new contract
Faculty members at Eastern Michigan University have voted to ratify a new four-year labor agreement with the school
- Belarus opposition says fate of country, Ukraine intertwined
Belarus' opposition leader says the fate of Belarus and Ukraine are “interconnected” and both countries have to fight together for their very existence because Russia doesn’t view them as independent sovereign states
- Mother settles lawsuit over Texas arrest captured on video
A Texas city has settled a federal civil rights lawsuit filed by a Black mother after she and her daughter were wrestled to the ground and arrested by a white police officer following a dispute with a neighbor
- Ex-Nevada deputy attorney general indicted on murder charge
A Hawaii grand jury has indicted a former deputy Nevada attorney general on charges of second-degree murder in connection with the 50-year-old cold case of a Honolulu woman killed in 1972