Corporate Dispatch Daily Newsfeed Roundup

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These are the salient news reviewed and covered today:

 

European Commission And World Health Organization Join Forces To Promote The Benefits Of Vaccines


Exiting Nuclear Power Unrealistic For Japan, Minister Says, Disputing Colleague


Storms Bring Floods To Spain


Juncker Objects To The New Portfolio Title ‘Protecting Our European Way Of Life’


Council Of Europe Urges Malta To Step Up Its Efforts To Investigate And Prosecute Money Laundering


Boris Johnson Pledges To Bring Shipbuilding Back To The UK


Labour Urges Parliament Recall After No-Deal Brexit Papers Released


Warning Of Higher Risk Of Recession In Germany


Blasts Rock Ammunition Depot In Northern Cyprus


The European Union Continues To Lead The Global Fight Against Climate Change


UN Report On Syria Conflict Highlights Inhumane Detention Of Women And Children


Air Traffic At Mitiga Airport In Libya To Remain Suspended


Supreme Court Approves Trump’s Asylum Curbs


Fireman Sam Axed As A Mascot For Lacking Inclusivity


HSBC Plans Sale Of French Retail Banking Business


Japan’s New Environment Minister Says Country Should Stop Using Nuclear Power


Colombia’s Armed Forces On Alert Over Venezuela Military Exercises


7,000 Unvaccinated Children Banned From Schools In The Italy


Water Found For First Time On Potentially Habitable Planet


US Moves To Ban Flavoured E-Cigarettes


2,500 People Listed As Missing In The Bahamas

Ganesh Festival in Mumbai
 Indian devotees carry an idol of the elephant-headed Hindu god Lord Ganesha for immersion into the Arabian Sea, as part of a ritual of the Ganpati festival in Mumbai, India, 12 September 2019. The Ganesh festival comes to an end on the day of Anant Chaturdashi. During the Ganpati festival, that is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesha, idols of the Hindu deity are worshipped at hundreds of pandals or makeshift tents before they are immersed into water. EPA-EFE/DIVYAKANT SOLANKI
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