News Wire | Friday, Oct. 21, 2022

Race for British Prime Minister Is On (Again) After Liz Truss Quits

By Karla Adam & William Booth | The Washington Post (free)

After a chaotic two months packed with political crisis, Britain finds itself right back where it was before—with some of the same faces competing to become the third prime minister in just eight weeks—and a dumbfounded public watching from the sidelines.

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Security Forces Kill at Least 60 as Protests Engulf Chad

By Edouard Takadji & Krista Larson | Associated Press (free)

Chadian security forces opened fire on anti-government demonstrators in the country’s two largest cities Thursday killing at least 60 people, the government spokesman and a morgue official said.

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