Justice can't be fully served unless Hezbollah, which masterminded the 2012 bombing that killed six and injured dozens more, is held accountable by Bulgaria, the European Union and the global community.
Louis DeJoy's large stake in his former logistics company, which is a major contractor for the Postal Service, should have posed far too great a risk for a criminal financial conflict of interest, the men testified to a congressional panel.
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Indian Army spokesperson Colonel Aman Anand told Newsweek on Friday that there has been "no change on the ground yet" even after top diplomats from Beijing and New Delhi vowed to disengage from their tense border standoff.
It would be very foolish and shortsighted for the U.S. to cede Middle East influence to China.
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The Washington Post reported that former employees of Louis DeJoy were pressured to donate to Republican candidates and then reimbursed through bonuses.
Criticism of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is mounting after a report that he allegedly pressured employees to make political contributions to the Republican Party.
Tensions have been high along the Himalayan frontier between the two giant neighbors for months, with deadly clashes seriously undermining bilateral ties.
A large European airline will need further government loans to survive, Norwegian's CEO announced.
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Louis DeJoy dug his heels in during his daylong testimony, saying that he will not reconnect hundreds of mail-sorting machines that the Postal Service has decommissioned because they're not needed, despite mail delivery delays.
The president and his allies will be addressing the convention, as they aim to boost his reelection hopes.
The OSCE is sending a full delegation to the November 3 with record numbers of people expected to cast their ballot by post.
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An increase in demand for Clorox disinfecting wipes amid the coronavirus pandemic means they may not be readily available until 2021.
Jennifer Kavanagh, a senior political scientist at RAND, told Newsweek: "The challenge of conducting a safe and secure election in November is a significant one."
"I have had conversations with European defense ministers and ambassadors regarding this troop movement," Representative Ruben Gallego told Newsweek. "They are worried that it will lessen deterrence against Russia."
An attachable module to a spaceplane expected to make deliveries to the International Space Station may become the basis for a new class of miniature space station.
"I believe Amazon should be scrutinized. We should scrutinize all large institutions, whether they're companies, government agencies, or non-profits," the world's richest man is expected to tell Congress.
In a court filing, the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) said the employee tested positive for coronavirus on Saturday.