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Poland’s far right demands strong borders in Belarus crisis

WARSAW, Poland — Thousands marched in Warsaw on Thursday to mark Poland’s Independence Day, led by far-right groups calling for strong borders, while its troops blocked hundreds of new attempts by migrants to enter the country illegally from neighboring Belarus in a tense standoff. Security forces patrolled the capital for the parade, which was peaceful, […]

Sudanese general tightens grip on power, 2 weeks after coup

KHARTOUM, Sudan — Sudan’s top general reappointed himself as head of the army-run interim governing body on Thursday, a sign that he’s tightening his grip on the country two weeks after he led a coup against civilian leaders. The move by Gen. Abdel-Fattah Burhan — along with other appointments he announced for the Sovereign Council […]

Tensions rise in migrant standoff at Poland-Belarus border

WARSAW, Poland — Poland reinforced its border with Belarus with more riot police on Tuesday, a day after groups of migrants tried to storm through a razor-wire fence on the eastern frontier where thousands have camped on the Belarusian side in the tense standoff. The European Union accuses Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko of using the […]

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Map proposals topic of heated Capitol debate
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Proposal from citizens committee draws fire Proposal from citizens committee draws fire
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Magdalena girls basketball coach killed in Saturday crash
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One of the two people killed ... One of the two people killed on Saturday morning in a multi-vehicle accident was Magdalena Steers varsity girls basketball coach Marleen Greenwood, the Journal ...
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New Mexico could see snow, gusty winds
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A strong storm system could bring ... A strong storm system could bring wintry weather and gusty winds to much of New Mexico on Thursday and Friday. Alyssa Clements, a meteorologist ...
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Weapons ban, vaccine requirement greet Roundhouse visitors
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Some were turned away Monday for ... Some were turned away Monday for lack of proof of being fully vaccinated
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NM reports 3,794 new COVID cases
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State also adds 12 virus deaths, ... State also adds 12 virus deaths, with four coming from Bernalillo County
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NM tourism leaders seek $55M from lawmakers to help ...
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New Mexico tourism leaders are requesting ... New Mexico tourism leaders are requesting $55 million from lawmakers during the special legislative ...
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Tuesday election to settle two City Council races
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Voters will decide Tuesday what the ... Voters will decide Tuesday what the Albuquerque City Council will look like come January as the campaign season comes to a close with a ...
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Man charged after police say he grabbed bus steering ...
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Resulting crash injured several passengers; driver ... Resulting crash injured several passengers; driver is in critical condition
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‘Double dip La Niña’ ahead
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New Mexico braces for another warm, ... New Mexico braces for another warm, dry winter
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Authorities: House blaze near Española leaves 2 children dead
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Cause of fire still under investigation, ... Cause of fire still under investigation, officials say