US Presidential race, Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Mali hostages, France floods

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    On Monday morning we awoke to those images of Donald Trump returning by helicopter to the White House after a weekend stay in hospital with Covid. The commander-in-chief who turns to the camera and drops the mask.The White House physician giving the president a clean bill of health on Thursday. Sean Conley, who is an osteopath not a general practitioner, giving the president the green light to resume public engagements on Saturday. But the Democratic Speaker of the House wants to know When was his last negative test. Thirteen days of the worst border clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan in a quarter-century and finally a whiff of de-escalation. Both sides have been giving as good as it gets with more than 400 killed, including many civilians, in the battle over the mostly-Armenian speaking enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh. And Thursday’s shelling of a historic cathedral in the town of Shusha in Nagorno-Karabakh comes word from the Kremlin that mediation between Baku and Yerevan has begun. The annual announcement coming out of Oslo: The U-N food agency rewarded just as a 75-year old woman whose charity fights malnutrition in northern Mali was touching down on home soil after nearly four years of captivity. Sophie Pétronin, the last remaining French hostage in the world freed alongside two Italians and veteran opposition leader Soumalia Cissé. A lot sure has changed since Soumalia Cissé. The three-time presidential candidate was abducted in March while campaigning for legislative elections in his home district of Niafunké near Timbuktu in the north. After the planet’s hottest September on record, extreme weather battering the highlands above the French Riviera. The coffins of the cemetery in St-Delmas-de-Tende uprooted by Superstorm Alex as entire villages found themselves cut off from the world in two remote valleys along the Italian border. 13 killed, more than a dozen still missing.

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