Wildfires burn as heatwave grips US west coast

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Under punishing temperatures, firefighters have struggled to get a northern California wildfire under control as another heatwave prompted excessive heat warnings throughout the state.

The Beckwourth Complex fire, a combination of two lightning-caused blazes burning 45 miles north of Lake Tahoe, had doubled in size between Friday and Saturday.

The Haiti crisis has deepened as the sister of one of the alleged Colombian hitmen accused of assassinating Haiti’s president, Jovenel Moïse, insisted that he is innocent.

Duberney Capador, a retired member of Colombia’s special forces, was one of two Colombians reportedly killed by Haitian security forces la semana pasada.

Pero questions are arising over the sensational account provided by Haitian authorities that Capador was part of a 28-member hit squad that stormed Moïse’s presidential compound last Wednesday. Haitian police said Monday they arrested yet another suspect.

In a special session after Texas Democrats walked out of the state capitol in a historic show of force, Texas Republicans advanced a voting rights bill described as “Jim Crow 2.0” by the left.

los largest mass protest in Cuba in three decades was met with violence this weekend, with police bundling hundreds of demonstrators into cars.

“I’m here because of hunger, because there’s no medicine, because of power cuts – because there’s a lack of everything,” one protester said. “I want a total change: a change of government, multiparty elections, and the end of communism.”

In a crushing blow to England’s dream to “bring football home”, Italia won Euro 2020 on penalties.

While the team’s long run of success this summer brought England much joy after a cruel 18 meses, some of the players suffered a torrent of racist abuse on social media after their defeat on Sunday night.

According to a new report, a clean energy standard would be most effective in reaching a White House goal of 80% renewable energy use by 2030, a move that would provide the largest net benefits to the US in terms of costs as well as lives saved.

Unhoused residents find themselves caught in the middle of Los Angeles’ homelessness debate, with politicians, anti-encampment protesters and law enforcement descending upon their sidewalk camps, but with no solid solutions for this humanitarian crisis.

It turns out that the pandemic may not have been as bad for relationships as experts had originally anticipated and may have, De hecho, improved them.

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