Thursday, May 19, 2022
Focus on the big picture
Can Lebanon's elections get the country out of crisis? – BBC News
BBC, 14 May 2022
Lebanon, a country in crisis with about 80% of its people living in poverty, according to the UN, will go to the polls on Sunday.
The capital, Beirut, still bears the scars of the devastating port explosion that killed more than 200 people in August 2020.
The mood is fragile, hurting, and desperate. Many Lebanese people accuse the country's political leaders of failing to tackle its deep problems and many more leaving the country.
But can this election deliver the change they need?
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Taylor Swift delivers NYU commencement address
CBS, 19 May 2022
In her commencement addresss, Taylor Swift told New York University graduates, "My mistakes led to the best things in life." The singer also received an honorary doctorate of fi...
Where are we in society?: Kayleigh McEnany
FOX, 19 May 2022
Co-host of ‘Outnumbered’ Kayleigh McEnany discusses how Democrats
Telemedicine Helping International Doctors Treat Wounded Children In Ukraine
NBC, 19 May 2022
In Ukraine, hundreds of children have died and many more have been left wounded by the Russian invasion.
Unmarked graves discovered near residential school in Saddle Lake First Nation in Alberta
CA, 19 May 2022
WARNING: This video contains details some viewers may find disturbing. A First Nation in eastern Alberta is piecing together its past, after discovering unmarked graves near the...
Case of monkeypox reported in Massachusetts
AP, 19 May 2022
Massachusetts on Wednesday reported a rare case of monkeypox in a man who recently traveled to Canada, and health officials are looking into whether it is connected to small out...
Eisenberg directorial debut opens Critics' Week in Cannes
Reuters, 19 May 2022
Actor Jesse Eisenberg thanked the audience at Cannes Critics' Week for watching his directorial debut 'When You Finish Saving the World' over the new 'Top Gun' sequel, which scr...
Germany: Frankfurt fans celebrate after Europa League title
AFP, 19 May 2022
Some 50,000 Frankfurt fans celebrate their team's victory against Rangers in the Europa League final.
'A homegrown defense': How Ukrainian volunteers beat back Russian progression
CNN, 19 May 2022
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh shadows a group of volunteers leading the defense against Russian troops in the small Ukrainian village of Ruska Lozova.
Live: World-class astronomy base under construction in NW China - Ep. 11
CGTN, 19 May 2022
A world-class astronomical observatory is under construction in the town of Lenghu, northwest #China's Qinghai Province, with an average elevation of 3,800 meters above sea level.
Tencent Warns Tech Crackdown to Wind Down Only Gradually
Bloomberg, 19 May 2022
Tencent Holdings Ltd.'s revenue missed estimates after a sweeping government crackdown and Chinese economic malaise ...
EU unveils €300 billion plan to reduce its energy dependency on Russia
DW, 19 May 2022
California shooting suspect could face death penalty, prosecutors say
SCMP, 19 May 2022
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube Accused of opening fire on a Taiwanese church congregation in southern California, David Chou, 68...
Progress at standstill for new Jackson Co. school
WMBB, 19 May 2022
Jackson County school officials are planning to combine younger Grand Ridge and Sneads students into one school.
Press Preview: Thursday’s front pages
Sky, 19 May 2022
We take a look at what’s making the headlines with associate
Russian soldier pleads guilty to killing civilian at first Ukraine war crimes trial
ITV, 19 May 2022
A 21-year-old Russian soldier has pleaded guilty to killing a Ukrainian civilian in the first war crimes trial of the invasion.
Deadly heatwaves “100 times more likely” due to climate change
BBC, 19 May 2022
Record-breaking heatwaves in north-west India and Pakistan are 100 times more likely to occur because of climate change, according to a new study by the UK’s Met Office.
Rob Rainer the legendery director at the Cannes Film Festival for his first movie This is Spinal Tap
FRANCE24, 19 May 2022
Arguably the biggest film star on the planet is back in Cannes 30 years after his last visit.
Rishi Sunak pledges to cut taxes for business to tackle cost of living crisis
Guardian, 19 May 2022
Rishi Sunak has called on businesses to boost investment, training and innovation in order to grow the economy and help ease the cost of living crisis - vowing to cut taxes for ...
How much do Australian voters care about climate change? | The Stream
Al Jazeera, 19 May 2022
More than 17.2 million Australians are set to vote during this week's elections - and for the first time, climate change could shape the outcome in a major way.
Colón: Poder ciudadano puede poner en jaque al gobierno | Radiografía
ECO, 19 May 2022
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