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Chinese citizen journalists remain in detention, reports say
World News // 3 hours ago
Chinese citizen journalists remain in detention, reports say
Sept. 25 (UPI) -- Chinese citizen journalists arrested in February while reporting on the spread of the coronavirus in Wuhan are on hunger strike and under residential surveillance, according to press reports.
Kim Jong Un apology for South Korean death not enough, defector says
World News // 4 hours ago
Kim Jong Un apology for South Korean death not enough, defector says
Sept. 25 (UPI) -- A high-profile North Korean defector and lawmaker said a tougher South Korean response is needed in the wake of the slaying of a South Korean official in North Korea, following his disappearance at sea on Monday.
EU appeals $15B Apple-Ireland antitrust setback to highest court
World News // 4 hours ago
EU appeals $15B Apple-Ireland antitrust setback to highest court
Sept. 25 (UPI) -- The European Union said Friday it will appeal a court decision that dismissed a claim against Apple that said Ireland unlawfully granted billions in aid to the U.S. tech company.
At least 2 stabbed in Paris near site of 2015 Charlie Hebdo attack
World News // 5 hours ago
At least 2 stabbed in Paris near site of 2015 Charlie Hebdo attack
Sept. 25 (UPI) -- French police arrested a man Friday after they say he stabbed at least two people outside the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which was the scene of a deadly terrorist attack five years ago.
San Francisco sues 28 alleged drug dealers to bar them from the Tenderloin
U.S. News // 12 hours ago
San Francisco sues 28 alleged drug dealers to bar them from the Tenderloin
Sept. 25 (UPI) -- San Francisco is suing 28 alleged drug dealers to block them from trafficking narcotics in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood.
DOJ: 300 charged with committing crimes 'under the guise' of protests
U.S. News // 13 hours ago
DOJ: 300 charged with committing crimes 'under the guise' of protests
Sept. 24 (UPI) -- The Justice Department announced that more than 300 people have been charged with committing crimes "under the guise" of peaceful protests that erupted nationwide following the police-involved killing of George Floyd.
U.S. sanctions Iran's judicial, penal system over human rights abuses
U.S. News // 14 hours ago
U.S. sanctions Iran's judicial, penal system over human rights abuses
Sept. 24 (UPI) -- The U.S. State Department on Thursday imposed a slew of sanctions targeting Iran's judicial and penal systems, including a judge who sentenced a wrestler to death, over gross human rights violations.
Trump outlines healthcare plan, ensures coverage for pre-existing conditions
U.S. News // 15 hours ago
Trump outlines healthcare plan, ensures coverage for pre-existing conditions
Sept. 24 (UPI) -- President Donald Trump on Thursday signed a series of executive orders as part of a healthcare system he dubbed the America First Healthcare plan.
Asylum seekers will have to use phone interpreters, U.S. gov't says
U.S. News // 17 hours ago
Asylum seekers will have to use phone interpreters, U.S. gov't says
WASHINGTON, Sept. 24 (UPI) -- Asylum seekers who depend upon in-person interpreters for their application interviews will now have to use interpreters over the phone to limit the spread COVID-19, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services said.
FBI director warns Chinese hackers are targeting U.S. COVID-19 research
U.S. News // 18 hours ago
FBI director warns Chinese hackers are targeting U.S. COVID-19 research
Sept. 24 (UPI) -- FBI Director Christopher Wray testified before Congress on Thursday that Chinese hackers are targeting U.S. COVID-19 research to advance the country's own research and development.
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