Pine Street Inn serves up thousands of Thanksgiving meals

New England’s leading organization dedicated to ending homelessness, served hundreds of meals to those in need, while looking forward to easing the Massachusetts housing crisis.

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Thousands of hogs and poultry feared dead in aftermath of B.C. flooding

B.C. Agriculture Minister Lana Popham tells Power & Politics she’s confident her government can work on a compensation deal to help farmers in the province recover from the recent severe flooding.

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Thousands march against Sudan military deal with PM

Sudan’s military reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok on Sunday and announced the release of all political detainees. But protests continued with some pro-democracy groups accusing Hamdok of ‘selling out the revolution.’

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Thousands protest over COVID lockdowns in Europe

Author Douglas Murray discussed the backlash in Europe, calling the COVID-related policies ‘insane.’ #FoxNews

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COVID Austria: Thousands protest vaccine mandate, lockdown, | DW News

A national lockdown comes into force in Austria on Monday. The government says the restrictions are essential to contain a devastating surge in COVID-19 infections.
Thousands of activists, including a large contingent of far right supporters, have gathered in Vienna in protest at the crackdown. Just under two-thirds of the population are fully vaccinated – one of the lowest rates in western Europe.
Austria will become the first European nation to make vaccinations compulsory from February.
Another lockdown and a vaccine mandate – they might be a tough sell, but these are the tools Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg says will end restrictions once and for all.
Faced with low vaccination rates and a fourth wave of the virus, Austria has taken drastic action.
This lockdown will initially last for ten days, but it may be extended. Getting the jab will become compulsory from February next year. COVID-19 infections are at their highest level since the pandemic began and hospitals are once again buckling under the pressure.
Not everyone is in agreement with the measures being rolled out across the country. And some people are unwilling to comply with a vaccine mandate.
With the festive season right around the corner, many Austrians are in no mood to go back to restrictions. But the hope for a normal Christmas is looking more and more like a distant dream.


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Ethiopia: Volunteers join police patrols as thousands sign up to defend Addis Ababa

The brutal conflict in Ethiopia between the government and Tigray People’s Liberation Front is worsening as it enters its second year.

The powers of the police have been increased with volunteers supporting them on round-the-clock patrols.

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