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UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United Nations humanitarian chief calls the crisis in Ethiopia a “stain on our conscience” as children and others starve to death in the Tigray region under what the U.N. calls a de facto government blockade of food, medical supplies and fuel. In an interview with The Associated Press, Martin Griffiths

ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey’s president has said he would consider buying a second Russian missile system in defiance of strong objections by the United States. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has told American broadcaster CBS in an interview that Turkey would have to decide its defense systems on its own. NATO member Turkey was kicked out

NEW YORK (AP) — A live televised interview with Vice President Kamala Harris was delayed on Friday after two hosts of the “The View” learned they tested positive for COVID-19 moments before she was to join them on the set. Cohost Sunny Hostin and guest host Ana Navarro were at the table for the start

BERLIN (AP) — Germany’s election campaign has largely focused on the three candidates hoping to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor after four terms in office. Climate change rose to the top of the political agenda over the summer, following the deadly floods that hit western Germany in July, while foreign policy played little role in

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Half a century ago, four Danish teenagers interviewed John Lennon for their school paper. A cassette tape with a 33-minute audio recording of the chat, that also includes an apparently unpublished song by the late Beatle, will be auctioned in Denmark later this month. The four 16-year-olds did the interview on

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bruce Springsteen’s most memorable artifacts including his favorite Fender guitar and stage outfits will be on display in a traveling interactive exhibit. The Grammy Museum announced Tuesday that Bruce Springsteen Live! will open at the Grammy Museum Experience in the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, on Oct. 1. The exhibit

LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family back the Black Lives Matter movement, one of her senior representatives has said in a television interview to be broadcast later Friday. Philanthropist Kenneth Olisa, the first Black Lord Lieutenant of Greater London, told Channel 4 News that he had discussed the issue with members

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (KWWL) – Since June, thirty talented young performers from the Cedar Valley have been rehearsing for the next musical performance at the Oster Regent in Cedar Falls. The curtain rises August 5 for Cedar Falls Community Theatre’s production of Bring It On The Musical. The show runs August 5 through 8 at