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A barricade was set on fire elsewhere in Sha Tin and Nam Cheong station was also vandalised, the South China Morning Post reported. The premium logistics center, located in the cargo precinct of the airport, will be Hong Kong's third largest logistic warehouse, and will help to promote high value-added third-party logistics in Hong Kong , Paul Chan Mo-po said in a blog article published on the financial secretary's official website.
  • Hundreds of kids march through downtown Denver protesting climate change

    Hundreds of kids march through downtown Denver protesting climate change

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    Demonstrators called for their country, the world's largest exporter of coal and liquid natural gas, to take more drastic action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions . As part of an environmental justice class in school, she wants all students to have the same opportunity. Yazzie said Indigenous peoples' perspectives on the climate crisis must be valued and included in any meaningful action.
  • Timeline: Tracking the whistleblower, Trump and Ukraine

    Timeline: Tracking the whistleblower, Trump and Ukraine

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    But in a back-and-forth with reporters, he did not deny discussing Biden with Zelensky in that July phone call - a potential subject for the complaint. The handling of the complaint is now fueling a stand-off between acting Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Joseph Maguire and the House Intelligence Committee.
  • PM Imrans US visit to primarily revolve around Kashmir issue: FO

    PM Imrans US visit to primarily revolve around Kashmir issue: FO

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    In response, King Salman appreciated the support but noted that KSA is capable of dealing with the situation on its own, according to a statement by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA). Earlier, on arrival at Royal Terminal of Jeddah, Prime Minister Imran Khan was welcomed by Governor of Makkah Khalid Al Faisal Bin Abdulaziz. The Prime Minister apprised Saudi Crown Prince about the current situation in Occupied Kashmir.
  • Two held as crowds gather for Storm Area 51 event

    Two held as crowds gather for Storm Area 51 event

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    Area 51 has always been shrouded in mystery, stoking conspiracy theories that it housed the remnants of a flying saucer and the bodies of its alien crew from a supposed unidentified flying object that crashed in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947.
  • Israel's Netanyahu admits unable to form right-wing government

    Israel's Netanyahu admits unable to form right-wing government

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    Both Netanyahu and Gantz have said they can form a government, even though projections give neither man a majority in the new Parliament. He had previously ruled out joining a coalition with Netanyahu's Likud and the religious parties and presented himself as politically conservative, but not religious.
  • Texas Areas Trying To Assess Scope Of Damage

    Texas Areas Trying To Assess Scope Of Damage

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    Texas Governor Greg Abbott has declared a state of emergency for 13 counties, giving those affected by the deadly flooding access to state resources. Karen Romero, who lives with her husband in Sargent, said it was the most rain she had had in her neighbourhood in her nine years living there. Hundreds of motorists were stranded in their vehicles as some of Houston's main roadways flooded, submerging cars.
  • UK appeals for public help in setting post-Brexit trade with Japan

    UK appeals for public help in setting post-Brexit trade with Japan

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    Lord David Pannick, a House of Lords peer and senior barrister representing Gina Miller in the Supreme Court appeal told the judges that the facts showed that Boris Johnson had advised the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks "because he wishes to avoid what he saw as the risk that Parliament, during that period, would take action to frustrate or damage the policies of his government".