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The World Today: Top Insights from The Associated Press

Friday, December 3, 2021

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Biden warns Putin not to invade Ukraine

Sect members in jail for 50 years for massacre in Panama

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EUR-GEN CORONAVIRUS-ÓMICRON-REINFECCIÓN

THE HAGUE, The Netherlands – South African scientists warn that reinfection among people who have already battled COVID-19 appears to be more likely with the new omicron variant than with previous mutations of the coronavirus. By Mike Corder. 364 words. AP Photo. SENT.

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-CORONAVIRUS-ASIA: Border closures could provide time against the omicron variant.

-CORONAVIRUS-GERMANY: Minister: 1 in 100 has coronavirus in Germany.

-CORONAVIRUS-MEXICO: Mexico confirms the first case of the omicron variant.

EUR-GEN PAPA-CHIPRE

NICOSIA, Cyprus – Pope Francis denounces the “indifference” shown by the West towards migrants at a time when the Vatican confirms that at least 12 asylum seekers will be transferred from Cyprus to Italy in a show of solidarity towards the countries that have received as many refugees as possible. By Menelaos Hadjicostis and Nicole Winfield. 485 words. AP Photo. SENT.

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REP-GEN USA-MILITARY-RACISM

NO SOURCE – The US military is supposed to offer minorities a great opportunity for advancement. But is it true that he treats everyone the same? Many say no. By Aaron Morrison, Helen Wieffering and Noreen Nasir. 1262 words AP Photo. SENT.

MUN-GEN 2021-PHOTOS

WITHOUT ORIGIN – “Some say the world will end in flames,” wrote poet Robert Frost. And for much of 2021, The Associated Press photographers captured scenes from a world on fire. 500 words. AP Photo. Editors: part of a series of end-of-the-year notes. 422 words. SENT.

REP-INM MEXICO-MIGRANTS

TAPACHULA, Mexico – Nicaraguan Benjamin Villalta could not believe that an immigration office opened its doors in the middle of the morning to issue humanitarian visas that allow you to work and move freely through Mexico for a year. The measure, which recently would have seemed like a utopia, represents a change in strategy and comes shortly before the announcement of the reestablishment of the “Remain in Mexico” program, by which asylum seekers in the United States will once again have to wait for their process in the territory. Mexican. By Edgar H. Clemente, Félix Márquez and María Verza. 1,397 words. AP Photo. SENT.

AMN-GEN WAS NOT REAL

MEXICO CITY – This week misinformation on social networks revolved around the new variant of COVID-19, the march against violence against women in Mexico and vaccination against the coronavirus in Mexico and Japan. Here are the facts: The Mexican Institute of Social Security did not announce that only those with a certificate of vaccination against COVID-19 will be able to access medical consultations. A Mexican official does not promote or pay feminist protesters. There is no movie called “The Omicron Variant.” Japan did not suspend vaccination and Joe Biden did not enact a law authorizing an “intervention” in Mexico. By Marcos Martínez Chacón, Rafael Cabrera and Abril Mulato. 2,511 words. AP Photo. SENT.

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LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

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AMC-GEN PANAMA-SECTA TRIAL

PANAMA – An oral trial court sentences each of the seven members of a religious sect guilty of murdering a woman and six minors as part of a cult in a remote indigenous area of ​​the island with a maximum penalty of 50 years in prison. Panamanian Caribbean at the beginning of 2020, a tragedy that strongly affected the country. 274 words. AP Photo. SENT.

AMS-GEN COLOMBIA-PRIZE

BUCAMARANGA, Colombia – Colombian society receives the World Peace and Freedom Prize awarded by the World Association of Jurists (WJA) for demonstrating its continued contribution to democracy and peace through law. It is the first time that the award has been awarded to a community and not just to an individual. 569 words. UPDATED.

REP-GEN LATIN AMERICA IN IMAGES-PHOTOS

This photo gallery highlights some of the best news images taken by The Associated Press photographers in Latin America and the Caribbean and published between November 25 and December 2, 2021. 69 words. AP Photo. SENT.

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USA

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AMN-GEN BIDEN-RUSSIA-UKRAINE

WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden promises that it will be “very, very difficult” for Russian President Vladimir Putin to launch a military operation in Ukraine, as his government is preparing a series of initiatives to prevent Russian aggression. By Aamer Madhani and Vladimir Isachenkov. 415 words. AP Photo. SENT.

AMN-GEN USA-EX-SECRETARY MEXICAN

NEW YORK – Prosecutors in New York ask that the identity and physical integrity of the members of the jury in the trial of the former Secretary of Public Security of Mexico, Genaro García Luna, be protected because the Mexican “has resources to interfere with the judicial process” and the case gets a lot of media attention. By Claudia Torrens. 541 words. SENT.

REP-GEN ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE

RESERVE, Louisiana – The director of the US Environmental Protection Agency visits an industrial corridor and puts a human face on the hardships caused by factory pollution. Studies indicate that industrial plants and other polluting facilities tend to be located in poor neighborhoods, inhabited mostly by Hispanics, African-Americans and other minority communities. By Matthew Daly. 1,100 words. AP Photo. SENT.

AMN-GEN MICHIGAN-SCHOOL SHOOTING

PONTIAC, Michigan – The parents of a teenager accused of killing four students at a Michigan high school are charged with manslaughter, and a prosecutor describes shocking events that day when a teacher found drawings of a gun, a bleeding person and the legend “help me” on the boy’s table. By Corey Williams and Ed White. 555 words. AP Photo. UPDATED.

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WORLD

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MOR-GEN IRAQ-ATTACK

IRBIL, Iraq – An attack by the Islamic State extremist group in a town in northern Iraq leaves at least 12 dead, several of them members of Kurdish forces, according to Kurdish media. 303 words. SENT.

EUR-GEN US-RUSSIA-UKRAINE

KIEV – Ukraine’s defense minister estimates that Russia has mobilized more than 94,000 soldiers near its borders and raises the possibility of a “large-scale escalation” in late January. By Yuras Karmanau. 252 words. AP Photo. SENT.

MOR-GEN FRANCE UAE ARMAS

NO PROVENANCE – France announces multi-million dollar deals for the sale of combat aircraft and helicopters to the United Arab Emirates, seeking to strengthen military cooperation with its main ally in the Persian Gulf, with whom it shares concerns about Iran. By Barbara Surk and Jon Gambrell . 300 words. AP Photo. SENT.

EUR-GEN BOSNIA-WAR CRIMES

SARAJEVO – Bosnian police arrest seven people suspected of having committed war crimes against civilians during the war in the Balkan country, between 1992 and 1995, according to security authorities. 130 words. SENT.

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SPORTS

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DEP-ATL LAMINE DIACK-DECESO

DAKAR, Senegal – Lamine Diack, the controversial world athletics leader who was sentenced for extorting athletes and charged with receiving bribes in an Olympics venue choice, has died, his family reported Friday. He was 88 years old. By Barbacar Dione and Graham Dunbar. 485 words AP Photo. SENT.

DEP-FUT CORONAVIRUS BAYERN-BARCELONA

MUNICH – The match between local club Bayern Munich and Barcelona for the Champions League next week will be played in a stadium behind closed doors due to the new restrictive measures in the face of an increase in coronavirus infections, announces the governor of Bavaria. 246 words AP Photo. SENT.

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SHOWS AND CULTURE

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ESP-MUS KENNY G

NEW YORK – Kenny G has been one of music’s most loved and hated figures for the past three decades, but the superstar has ignored his critics and remained largely unresponsive. His unconventional journey to the top is explored in a new HBO documentary, “Listening to Kenny G.” By Gary Gerard Hamilton. 706 words. AP Photo. SENT.

ESP-TEA ANTONY SHER-DECESO

LONDON – Antony Sher, one of the most acclaimed Shakespearean actors of his generation, dies at 72. The Royal Shakespeare Company announces the death. Sher had been diagnosed with terminal cancer earlier in the year. By Jill Lawless. 581 words. AP Photo. SENT.

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