The quiet backing of older, professional locals helps explain the longevity of the youth-led movement. Their assistance includes “school bus” rides home, protective gear and financial aid.
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The U.S. said it would send military forces and hardware to Gulf allies and moved to sever some of Iran’s last ties to world markets on Friday, while preparing to outline a case for international action next week when world leaders gather at the United Nations.
The U.S. Treasury Department had alleged that British Arab Commercial Bank processed payments of hundreds of millions of U.S. dollars related to Sudan British Arab Commercial Bank PLC agreed to pay $4 million to settle allegations that it violated U.S. sanctions on Sudan, the U.S.
The Supreme Court justice and “liberal lion” defended her 26 years serving on the highest court in the country with NPR’s Nina Totenberg at a New York event on Wednesday.
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