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MSNBC Int'l NewsMay 06, 2021
U.K. and France deploy naval ships over tense fishing dispute
French and British naval ships have been dispatched to the English Channel as French fishing boats block the port on the British island of Jersey. France claims that French fisherman should be granted access to the port as agreed post-Brexit.

France and Britain deploy navy patrol boats to Jersey in dispute over fishing rights (CNBC World News) - EuropeMay 06, 2021
Brussels says UK breached trade deal in Jersey fish dispute
EU weighs in as Royal Navy ships plus French patrol vessels and fishing boats converge on island waters

Jersey officials hold talks with French fishermen over rights dispute (BBC Front Page)

Int'l Herald TribuneMay 06, 2021
U.K. and France Send Naval Ships to Island of Jersey in Fishing Dispute
French fishing crews are threatening to blockade a port on the island of Jersey in a standoff over post-Brexit fishing rights in the waters nearby.

CBC Top StoriesMay 06, 2021
U.S. move to ease patents on COVID-19 vaccines sparks passionate reaction
Activists cheered, pharmaceutical companies complained and government leaders assessed next steps after the Biden administration's blockbuster move to support an easing of patent and other protections on COVID-19 vaccines that many hope will help poorer countries get more doses and speed the end of the pandemic.

How many COVID-19 vaccines can Ontario administer per day? We did the math (CBC Top Stories)

CBC Top StoriesMay 06, 2021
Facebook creates a fork-in-the-road moment for Trump — and the rest of us
Facebook has created a fork-in-the-road moment for Donald Trump. And for all of us. Whether he gets back his online megaphone is only the first step. The longer-term question raised in a mixed decision by Facebook's oversight board involves whether, and how, governments regulate key communication tools.

BBC News Front Page | WorldMay 06, 2021
French fishermen leave Jersey after post-Brexit rights protest
The fishermen remain unhappy despite a Jersey official saying talks over access rights were "positive".

Washington Post World NewsMay 06, 2021
Italian jury convicts 2 Americans of murder, with a punishment of life in prison, in 2019 killing of police officer
Finnegan Lee Elder and Gabriel Natale-Hjorth had been on vacation in Rome at the time of the slaying.

Washington Post World NewsMay 06, 2021
Biden administration will support lifting vaccine patent protections
According to the World Health Organization, of the 832 million vaccine doses administered around the world by mid-April, just 0.2% were given in lower-income countries.

NewsweekMay 06, 2021
Philippines' Duterte Says Court Ruling Against China is Trash to Be Thrown Away
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has contradicted himself just eight months after he reaffirmed the Hague ruling in a speech at the United Nations.

ABC NewsMay 06, 2021
American students jailed for life in slaying of Rome police officer
Two young Americans have been convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison in Italy for killing a police officer in a tragic unraveling of a small-time drug deal gone bad

Rome jury convicts 2 US friends in slaying of police officer (Washington Post World News)

BBC News Front Page | WorldMay 06, 2021
'He's a business man and I'm a spartan' - Fury tells Hearn how he expects to beat Joshua
Tyson Fury sits down with Eddie Hearn for his No Passion No Point podcast and explains how he will beat Anthony Joshua.

CNBC World NewsMay 06, 2021
Dow rises slightly higher after notching record close, S&P 500 is flat
U.S. stock index futures were flat early Thursday as contracts tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell less than 20 points. - EuropeMay 06, 2021
Wall Street stocks waver as investors wait on US jobs data
Strong numbers could pile pressure on Fed to rethink its ultra-supportive monetary policies

BBC News Front Page | WorldMay 06, 2021
Jersey fishing: What's the row between UK and France about?
French fishing boats protest at the port of St Helier, in dispute over access to waters around the island.

CNN WorldMay 06, 2021
Everest climbers risk Covid to reach the top of the world
Climbers rejoiced when Nepal decided to reopen its side of Mount Everest this year, but reports suggest even the world's highest peak isn't safe from the spread of coronavirus.

Washington Post World NewsMay 06, 2021
India hits another grim virus record as oxygen demand jumps
Infections in India have hit another grim daily record as demand for medical oxygen jumped sevenfold and the government denied reports that it was slow in distributing life-saving supplies from abroad

CNN WorldMay 06, 2021
French journalist kidnapped in Mali pleads for help in video
A French journalist who disappeared in Mali last month said in a video that emerged on social media Wednesday that he had been kidnapped by a jihadist group and pleaded for help from French authorities.

CNN WorldMay 05, 2021
Peloton recalls all treadmills after a child's death and 70 injuries
Peloton recalled its Tread and Tread treadmills Wednesday, and the company admitted it was wrong to fight the Consumer Product Safety Commission's request that it do so.

CNBC World NewsMay 05, 2021
Japan, South Korea stocks rise in mixed trading as investors look ahead to the U.S. jobs report
Thursday's session in Asia-Pacific follows a mixed finish overnight on Wall Street where the Dow Jones Industrial Average ended at a new closing all-time high.

Int'l Herald TribuneMay 05, 2021
2 Americans Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murder of Italian Police Officer
The two American men were teenagers in July 2019 when an early-morning scuffle with two plainclothes police officers in Rome turned deadly.

CBC Top StoriesMay 05, 2021
9 babies born to Malian mother 'all doing well'
A Malian woman gave birth to nine babies on Tuesday — two more than doctors had detected inside her crowded womb. She joins a small pantheon of mothers of nonuplets.

CBC Top StoriesMay 05, 2021
U.S. supports waiving intellectual property rules for COVID-19 vaccines
U.S. President Joe Biden's administration is throwing its support behind efforts to waive intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines in an effort to speed the end of the pandemic.

NPR Headline NewsMay 05, 2021
Israel Turns To A Centrist Politician To Try Building A New Coalition
After a deadlocked election and a failed attempt to form a government by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel has turned to a centrist politician to try building a coalition.

Netanyahu Opponent, Yair Lapid, Given 4 Weeks To Form New Government In Israel (NPR Topics: News)

CBC Top StoriesMay 05, 2021
Canada sending drugs and ventilators to India to help fight off COVID-19 surge
Canada is sending medical supplies to India to help the country deal with a surge in coronavirus cases that has pushed its hospital system to the brink of collapse.

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