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- Headlines for October 27, 2021
- Studying a problem, serving a community
- The University of New Mexico named 2021 HSI leader by Fulbright Program
- Headlines for October 26, 2021
- UNM Anderson announces 33rd Hall of Fame Honorees
- Headlines for October 25, 2021
- El Centro de la Raza presents 2021 Celebración del Día de los Muertos
- Joseph Silva selected as UNM chief of police
- Free virtual presentation from the National Endowment for the Humanities
- Nathan Bush named interim Chief Government Relations Officer
- Brazil Senate recommends Bolsonaro be charged with crimes against humanityBrazil's Senate accused President Jair Bolsonaro of crimes against humanity for his handling of the pandemic. It has asked state prosecutors to indict him, though that is unlikely to happen.
- What's next for Afghan allies who were evacuated to a U.S. military base in KosovoSome Afghans evacuated by the U.S. are being held on a U.S. military base in Kosovo because of insufficient security vetting. Their future is unclear.
- Democrats scramble to finalize spending package before Biden's trip abroadDemocrats have been feverishly trying to finalize a big spending package with social programs and climate change measures before President Biden leaves on an overseas trip Thursday.
- Brazil senate wants Bolsonaro charged with crimes against humanity for COVID responseA Senate panel recommends a number of other charges against the Brazilian president, including inciting an epidemic. But the chances that Jair Bolsonaro will be indicted look slim.
- How decades of disinformation about fossil fuels halted U.S. climate policyMost Americans want the government to tackle climate change, but decades of industry lobbying and misinformation have repeatedly worked together to prevent meaningful action.
- Josh Cavallo becomes one of the few professional men's footballers to come out as gayThe Adelaide United midfielder announced that he was gay in a video posted to the team's Twitter account Tuesday.
- Merck will allow drugmakers in other countries to make its COVID-19 pillThe drug, known as molnupiravir, has shown promise in treating the disease. The agreement to license its production could help millions of people in the developing world gain access to it.
- The U.S. is set to appeal the U.K.'s refusal to extradite WikiLeaks' AssangeEarlier this year, a lower court judge refused an American request to extradite Assange on spying charges over WikiLeaks' publication of secret military documents a decade ago.
- A cyberattack paralyzed every gas station in IranEbrahim Raisi's remarks stopped short of assigning blame for the attack, which rendered useless the government-issued electronic cards that many Iranians use to buy subsidized fuel at the pump.
- Uganda activist fears climate talks aren't doing enough for the Global SouthClimate change is hitting many developing countries hard. In Uganda, one climate activist worries that the upcoming international climate talks won't protect her home.
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