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The West Indian American Day Carnival is as festive as it gets in New York City. And Spectrum joined in the festivities this year as the event’s primary corporate sponsor.
Eric Gonzalez began his legal career in 1995, as an assistant district attorney in the Kings County District Attorney’s Office, thereby fulfilling an ambition that he had harbored since college.
A top United Nations official commended the Government of Niger for tackling the country’s complex humanitarian crisis, including leading the provision of life-saving aid to hundreds of thousands of the most vulnerable, and highlighted the need to address its root causes.
The members of the United Nations Security Council strongly condemned the “heinous and cowardly” terrorist attack that took place on Monday in Sinai, in which at least 18 policemen were killed and 3 were injured.
Opposition MPs in Kenya have boycotted the opening of the new parliament to protest against President Uhuru Kenyatta’s decision to address it after a court annulled his election win. They say that parliament should not have been convened until after the election re-run slated for 17 October.
A Brazilian billionaire at the center of a corruption case involving President Michel Temer has handed himself in to federal police officers in the city of Sao Paulo.
As the United Nations Verification Mission in Colombia prepares to begin its activities, its chief expressed the hope today that, with the support of the Security Council, the new operation should be able to strengthen the country’s confidence for a stable peace. “Over the past months,