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Report condemns state of California homeless shelters
When she first moved into the Bridges at Kraemer Place shelter, Jan was optimistic.
Britain could triple state aid for industry under EU rules
Britain could triple state aid spending to industry without breaching EU rules, according to a study that compares government subsidies to promote economic growth across Europe.
Australian state to pump oxygen into rivers as fish die
An Australian state government on Tuesday announced plans to mechanically pump oxygen into lakes and rivers after hundreds of thousands of fish have died in heatwave conditions.
Tourism tax revenue to be distributed to Malaysia state government soon
The distribution of 50 percent of the 2018 tourism tax revenue will be made to all Malaysia’s state governments in the first quarter of 2019, courtesy of the federal government, according to Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.
Sisi supporters try to amend Egypt's constitution to let him remain in power
Supporters of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi are calling for constitutional changes so that the head of state can stay in power once his second term ends in 2022.
California first state to mandate zero-emission bus fleet
California moved on Friday to eliminate climate-changing fossil fuels from its fleet of 12,000 transit buses, enacting a first-in-the-nation mandate that will vastly increase the number of electric buses on the road.
Australian state offers A$100,000-reward as strawberries sabotaged with needles
The Australian state of Queensland on Saturday offered a A$100,000 ($71,500) reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for sabotaging strawberries with sewing needles.
Australian state offers $70,000 reward as strawberries sabotaged with needles
The Australian state of Queensland on Saturday offered a A$100,000 ($71,500) reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for sabotaging strawberries with sewing needles.
ABC: China blocks Australian state broadcaster's website
China has blocked access to the website of Australia's national broadcaster for breaching Beijing's internet rules and regulations, ABC said on Monday.
State media: China paves way to end family planning policy
China, the world’s most populous nation, appears to be setting the stage to end its decades-long policy of determining the number of children that couples can have, a social media post by a state-run newspaper suggested.
Palestinian officials urge US to clarify stance on future state
Palestinian officials have called on the administration of US President Donald Trump to take a clear position regarding the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.
Separatists in eastern Ukraine unveil plan for new state
The separatists’ leader of a breakaway region in eastern Ukraine announced proposals to abolish Ukraine and create a new state in its place on Tuesday, comments that could further undermine a 2015 peace deal that is already faltering.
State Dept. official struggles to answer question on Saudi democracy
A senior State Department official was visibly caught off guard when asked about the US government’s criticism of the Iranian elections and its silence over lack of such democratic process in Saudi Arabia.
Qatar claims state news agency hacked, fake emir statement released
Doha claims hackers have broken into the website of its official state news agency hours after the news outlet reportedly sparked anger in Persian Gulf states by releasing comments attributed to the Qatari emir on sensitive issues, including Iran, Israel and the US.
Three killed in US state of Texas after crash of air ambulance
Three people have been killed in the US state of Texas following the overnight crash of an air ambulance near an airport in the state’s northern city of Amarillo.

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