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CNBC World NewsNov 30, 2021
Asia-Pacific stocks bounce as investors assess omicron Covid variant concerns; oil prices jump 2%
Shares stateside dropped overnight, with the S&P 500 falling nearly 2% amid fears over the recently discovered omicron Covid variant.

Int'l Herald TribuneNov 30, 2021
California's Ban on High-Capacity Magazines Is Restored by Appeals Court
The overturning of a district judge's decision may also lead to the reinstatement of a state ban on semiautomatic weapons.

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California's High-Capacity Magazine Ban Upheld, Gun Rights Groups to Appeal to SCOTUS (Newsweek)

NPR Headline NewsNov 30, 2021
Ex-Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows will appear before the Jan. 6 panel
The House committee investigating the Capitol attack had threatened Meadows with a criminal contempt referral because he had previously refused to cooperate.

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Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows to cooperate with Jan. 6 select committee (ABC News)

NewsweekNov 30, 2021
Kim Potter to Testify About Daunte Wright's Death as 3 Jurors Seated for Upcoming Trial
Ex-police officer has been charged with first- and second-degree manslaughter after shooting Wright at a traffic stop in April in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.

CBC Top StoriesNov 30, 2021
Barbados becomes world's newest republic
Fireworks peppered the sky at midnight as Barbados officially became a republic, and the Caribbean island dropped Queen Elizabeth as its head of state.



NewsweekNov 30, 2021
Officer Who Shot and Killed Pharrell Williams' Cousin Cleared of Charges By Grand Jury
Solomon Simmons, a Black Virginia Beach police officer, shot and killed Donovan Lynch after he saw Lynch with a gun near a crowded parking lot.

NewsweekNov 30, 2021
'Like It Was No Big Deal': Accuser Describes Sexual Encounters With Ghislaine Maxwell
A woman introduced to the jury as "Jane" testified today that she was sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein and Maxwell from 1994-1997, starting when she was 14.

Int'l Herald TribuneNov 30, 2021
Republican Recriminations Point to a Rocky Path to a House Majority
Simmering tensions between the far-right flank and more traditional conservatives burst into the open on Tuesday, while Republican leaders stayed silent.

Int'l Herald TribuneNov 30, 2021
Ghislaine Maxwell Accuser, 'Jane,' Shares Testimony
During the second day of Ghislaine Maxwell's trial, a woman accused Ms. Maxwell of befriending her when she was a girl, only to join in the sexual abuse that followed.

Int'l Herald TribuneNov 30, 2021
Mark Meadows Agrees to Cooperate With Jan. 6 Attack Inquiry
President Donald J. Trump's former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, has turned over documents and agreed to be deposed in the House's inquiry into the Jan. 6 attack.

CBC Top StoriesNov 30, 2021
CNN suspends news anchor Chris Cuomo, citing proof he helped his politician brother
CNN on Tuesday suspended news anchor Chris Cuomo indefinitely over his role in defending his brother, former New York governor Andrew Cuomo, regarding sexual harassment allegations.



NPR Headline NewsNov 30, 2021
How Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett could impact abortion rights
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks to Emily Bazelon, writer at The New York Times Magazine, on how Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett might approach a new abortion rights case the Court is taking up.

NPR Headline NewsNov 30, 2021
Barbados has removed the Queen of England as head of state and is now a republic
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Kareem Smith, a journalist with 'Barbados Today,' about the country removing the Queen of England as its head of state and what that means for Barbadians moving forward.

Int'l Herald TribuneNov 30, 2021
South African Company Nears License to Sell J. & J. Covid Shot Across Africa
The new agreement makes Aspen Pharmacare the first African company to market a Covid vaccine on the continent. But it stops short of allowing Aspen to make the ingredients in the vaccine.

Int'l Herald TribuneNov 30, 2021
First Accuser Testifies in Ghislaine Maxwell Trial
A woman who prosecutors say was recruited for sex by Ms. Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein at the age of 14 took the witness stand. Follow updates.

Int'l Herald TribuneNov 30, 2021
China's Silence on Peng Shuai Shows Limits of Beijing's Propaganda
Officials have struggled to respond to a sexual assault allegation that hits at the heights of its buttoned-up political system.

ABC NewsNov 30, 2021
Man accused of discharging gun in airport turns himself in to police
Kenny Wells, accused of discharging a gun in the Atlanta airport, turned himself in to Clayton County jail on Tuesday.

NewsweekNov 30, 2021
85-Year-Old Man Who Drove Over and Killed Romantic Rival Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison
Johnny Westbrook pleaded guilty before Judge Ellen Torregrossa-O'Connor to aggravated manslaughter to a hit-and-run that occurred three years ago.

CBC Top StoriesNov 30, 2021
Josephine Baker becomes 1st Black woman honoured at France's Pantheon
Josephine Baker — the U.S.-born entertainer, anti-Nazi spy and civil rights activist — was inducted into France's Pantheon on Tuesday, becoming the first Black woman to receive the nation's highest honour.



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Josephine Baker Inducted Into French Panthéon (Int'l Herald Tribune)

NYTimes GlobalNov 30, 2021
The Women Who Died After Abortion Bans
It should not take a high-profile death to expose just how much is at risk when medicine is hamstrung by politics, religion or culture.

NPR Topics: NewsNov 30, 2021
Wife of drug kingpin 'El Chapo' is sentenced to 3 years in prison on U.S. charges
Prosecutors had asked for four years for Emma Coronel Aispuro, who pleaded guilty to helping her husband, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, run the Sinaloa cartel, a multibillion-dollar criminal empire.

NPR Topics: NewsNov 30, 2021
Josephine Baker is the first Black woman to be inducted into France's Pantheon
The trailblazing U.S.-born star and civil rights activist was given France's highest honor on Tuesday when she was inducted into the Pantheon. She first achieved fame in Paris in the 1920s.

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Josephine Baker: France inducts first Black woman into Pantheon (Christian Science Monitor--world)

CBC Top StoriesNov 30, 2021
New exchange-traded crypto funds launching in Canada today will be 1st to pay monthly yield
A Toronto-based money manager that launched the world's first bitcoin exchange-traded fund earlier this year is unveiling three new funds on the TSX Tuesday that will be the first to pay out a monthly yield.



CNN WorldNov 30, 2021
Qatar 2022: Amid ongoing human rights concerns, World Cup chief promises host nation is 'tolerant' and 'welcoming'
With less than a year to go before the start of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, questions surrounding host nation Qatar's handling of humanitarian issues show few signs of abating -- specifically concerning the state's anti-homosexuality laws.

CNN WorldNov 29, 2021
Westpac to likely pay $81 million for allegedly charging dead people, among other breaches
Westpac said on Tuesday it will likely be fined 113 million Australian dollars ($80.8 million) for alleged compliance failures across its business over many years, including charging financial advice fees to thousands of dead customers.

CNN WorldNov 25, 2021
Britain and France escalate war of words after dozens drown in Channel tragedy
British and French leaders have ramped up a war of words over dangerous crossings of the English Channel after at least 27 people died making the sea journey Wednesday, bringing to a head simmering tensions in the migration crisis.
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