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- Headlines for September 16, 2021
- Immigration: A Look at the Issues
- Phi Theta Kappa honors UNM-Valencia’s Tracy Owens
- UNM anthropology department highlights Hispanic Heritage Month
- UNM to test emergency notification systems
- NMiF talks working the fire lines, cannabis industry equality, and policing changes
- Headlines for September 15, 2021
- Start using the area code for all calls today; 10-digit local dialing will be required beginning Oct. 24, 2021
- U.S. immigration legislation since 1776
- UNM Safety Week scheduled for September
- Here's Why The Arc De Triomphe Was Just Wrapped In FabricIt is "a sensual, popular and monumental gesture," says Carine Rolland, the deputy mayor of Paris in charge of culture. The artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude came up with the idea before they died.
- Italy Is Making COVID-19 Health Passes Mandatory For All WorkersThe "green pass" will show whether a person has been vaccinated, recently recovered from COVID, or tested negative for the virus. Workers failing to present a pass will be suspended without pay.
- 2 Men Are Charged In The Murder Of Northern Ireland Journalist Lyra McKeeMcKee was observing anti-police rioting in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, when she was hit by gunfire in April 2019. Among the charges the two men face are murder, possession of a firearm and arson.
- PHOTOS: They Could Put Food On The Table — Until The Pandemic StruckA single mom with HIV. A grandmother who thought she had enough money to get by. A lawyer who lost her job. They're among the millions around the world pushed into food insecurity by the pandemic.
- A Chaotic Showdown With A Crossbow-Wielding Man Leaves 2 People DeadPolice were initially called to an apartment building in the Dutch city of Almelo for a reported stabbing incident Friday morning. There, they confronted a man standing with a crossbow on his balcony.
- In Texas, Officials Are Reporting A Surge Of Migrants At The Southern Border This WeekTexas officials call it a "historic surge." Thousands of new arrivals, largely from Haiti, are straining an already overstretched system, and more are on the way.
- European Official: We Have A 'Moral Duty' To Help Afghan Refugees Officials from the European Union are discussing how to help the growing number of Afghan refugees seeking refuge on the continent.
- Idled Thai Taxis Go Green With Mini-Gardens On Car RoofsTaxi fleets in Thailand are giving new meaning to the term "rooftop garden," as they utilize the roofs of cabs idled by the coronavirus crisis to serve as small vegetable plots.
- The Kremlin Is Employing Unusual Tactics In Upcoming Russian Duma ElectionRussia's three days of voting for its parliament and city governments begin Friday. This political season has seen unusual tactics to keep Putin's opposition from running and off the ballot entirely.
- Witnesses Of Alleged War Crimes In Syria Testify Despite Feeling They're In DangerWitnesses to a Syrian intelligence officer's alleged war crimes face down intimidation as they testify in landmark trial in Germany — but they continue to tell the story.
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