Photolog: US specialists running east and west, with increasing restrictions on abortion | Reuters

[Birmingham, Alabama, USA 27th Reuters]–This is a clinic in Birmingham, Alabama, run by Planned Parenthood. There are few windows, and the walls are adorned with mundane photographs that showcase the …

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Focus: Russians and Ukrainians want asylum, to the US via Mexico | Reuters

[Reuters]–The number of Russians and Ukrainians aiming for Mexico is increasing. There, he buys a car that looks like scrap, crosses the border into the United States, and applies for …

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Focus: AI surveillance spread across US prisons, concerned about “crossing the line” operations | Reuters

[Los Angeles / Washington, 15th Thomson Reuters Foundation]-Sheriffs in Suffolk County, NY, have given the federal government $ 700,000 to budget for an artificial intelligence (AI) system to intercept phone …

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Focus: LGBT + How to Treat Sex Education at the “Forefront of Cultural Wars” in the US | Reuters

[Atlanta 8th Thomson Reuters Foundation]–Sex education has emerged as a new battlefield in the US cultural war over the rights of sexual minorities (LGBT +). Some conservative state parliaments are …

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Afghan withdrawal is “complete surrender”, Mr. Trump denounces Mr. Biden | Reuters

[Washington, 21st Reuters]–Former US President Joe Biden held a rally on the 21st, accusing President Biden of withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan as “the biggest defeat in foreign policy” in …

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Arizona Voting Regulations Legal, US Supreme Court Hits Democrats | Reuters

[Reuters]–The US Supreme Court ruled on the 1st that the Republican-backed tightening of voting restrictions in western Arizona is legal. The introduction of voting regulations in each state has been …

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US Voting Restriction Act, Joint Statement by Over 100 Companies, including Apple | Reuters

More than 100 US companies, including Apple, Amazon.com, Ford Motor Company and Starbucks, have issued a joint statement challenging legislation that could limit voters’ voting rights. Photo taken in January …

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U.S. judge again delays execution of lone woman on federal death row

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. federal judge said that the Justice Department broke the law when it rescheduled the execution of the only woman on federal death row last month, …

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