Friday, December 6, 2019

What You Missed This Week - December 6, 2019

It has been another turbulent week for the United States as we continue to be completely inwardly focused upon the impeachment proceedings and the dysfunction within our government. The world, however, has continued to turn and there are a lot of things happening around the world that require our attention and understanding. Sadly, however, the news media remains focused upon the sensational internal strife while missing the real news around the world. 

Uber says it received over 3,000 reports of sexual assault in U.S. in 2018

Transport chaos as strike against Macron reforms enters day two

Hong Kong police chief calls for peace ahead of weekend protest march

Russia, Turkey working on new S-400 missile contract: Interfax

WHO decries 'collective failure' as measles kills 140,000

North Korea to launch medical tourism, targeting visitors from China

Fears grow about Sydney after Australia fires merge into giant blaze

Tennessee executes man convicted of 1991 murder of ex-girlfriend

Moscow ‘cyberthief’ wanted for stealing millions from Britons

Putin eyes up old Soviet neighbour in new power grab

US and North Korea exchange insults

Woman set alight on way to court by gang she accused of raping her

 NASA credits Indian engineer for finding first crash piece of Chandrayaan 2’s Vikram lander

 China most likely to become sole global superpower by mid-21st Century: Romney

Google accused by U.S. labour group of illegally firing workers to stifle unionism

629 Pakistanis sold as brides in ChinaThe Hindu

Have a good weekend and keep searching for the news--it is out there!

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