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Kazakhstan's government resigns as fuel protests rage

Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev accepted the government's resignation on Wednesday after a fuel price increase in the oil-producing Central Asian country triggered protests in which nearly 100 police were injured.

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Fauci describes Covid testing as 'problematic'

Dr. Anthony Fauci predicts that things are going to change substantially in January for Americans looking to get access to Covid-19 tests amid a winter surge of cases nationwide. Fauci told CNN's Kaitlan Collins the struggle to find Covid tests was triggered by the high demand brought on by Americans planning to travel during the holiday season.

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Travel doors slam shut as new Covid variant triggers alarm

The European Union and other major destinations have moved to block flights from African countries following the discovery of an aggressive mutation of the Covid-19 virus, echoing previous emergency responses that triggered a global freeze on travel.

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Where is the outrage for Ethiopia?

The sudden fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban has rightly drawn much of the world's ire and attention. Fears of women's rights and civil liberties being swept aside by Islamic extremism, along with trepidation about the country's threat to regional stability, have all justly triggered global concern.

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La Niña is about to take the Southwest drought from bad to worse

Global scientists reported in August that due to the climate crisis, droughts that may have occurred only once every decade or so now happen 70% more frequently. The increase is particularly apparent in the Western US, which is currently in the the throes of a historic, multiyear drought that has exacerbated wildfire behavior, drained reservoirs and triggered water shortages.

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America's awful options in Afghanistan

The blasts that killed 13 US service members and left scores of people dead and wounded near the gates of the Kabul airport serve as a powerful reminder of the threats in Afghanistan and the challenges that lie ahead as America tries to disengage. While President Joe Biden has committed to ending the 20-year military campaign in Afghanistan -- triggered by the Taliban's refusal to hand over al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden following the 9/11 terrorist attacks -- the US will continue to face tough choices there.

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