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Secretary of State Antony Blinken has been working the phones to appeal for calm in the Middle East. He’s just arrived in Denmark for a stop on a trip meant to focus on the arctic. As NPR’s Michele Kelemen reports.

On the way to Copenhagen Blinken was speaking by phone to his counterparts in Qatar Egypt Saudi Arabia and elsewhere, he’s trying to calm tensions in the middle east while on a long planned trip that will take him to an arctic council meeting in Iceland. Arctic issues are among the many topics Blinken is raising here in Denmark, one aid says the trip is part of an effort to repair relations with transatlantic allies. Asked if that meat backing off from former President Trump’s attempts to buy Greenland, the aid laughs, saying the US is pursuing relations with Greenland as part of the kingdom of Denmark.Michele Kelemen NPR news Copenhagen.

Doctor Anthony Fauci told graduates at Georgia’s Emory University today to right the wrongs of racism and inequality exposed in the global pandemic. As Lisa Hagen with member station WABE reports, he gave the commencement speech virtually.

The national institute of health infectious disease director told students covid-19 uncovered a stark reality and failing of our society.

The unacceptable disparities in health experienced by minority groups, especially African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans.

Doctor Fauci also told graduates the pandemic showed the global interconnections between developed and developing nations, he asked that each student dedicate themselves to fighting inequality whether professionally or otherwise. For NPR news I’m Lisa Hagen in Atlanta.

Tropical storm Tauktae is heading towards India’s west coast carrying winds up to100miles an hour. NPR’s Lauren Frayer reports from Bombay where unseasonal rains have started ahead of landfall expected early this week.

India’s meteorological department says Tauktae has intensified into a very severe cyclonic storm, the government says it’s trying to maintain telecom services and drinking water and prevent disruptions to industrial plants generating medical oxygen for covid-19 patients. Hundreds of patients in costal Bombay have been shifted to hospitals farther inland. India railways has canceled some long distance trains, in the western states of Maharashtra and Gujarat, the storm is expected to make land fall Monday night with heavy rain wind and storm surge with up to 25 foot waves. Heavy rain has already hit Kerala on India’s southwest coast and an empty building collapsed into the sea there. Lauren Frayer NPR news Bombay.

US futures’ contracts are trading in positive territory at this hour, Dow futures contract up a fraction, NASDAQ futures contract is up about two tenth of a percent.
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In Myanmar a civilian militia fighting the military in the northwestern town of Mindat is now withdrawing after a large scale military assault on the town. Armed resistance against the military has been growing since the February 1st coop. Michael Sullivan reports from neighboring Thailand.

Reports from Mindat say civilian militia withdrew in part to avoid more damage to the town, with the military have been using artillery helicopter gunships and ground troops against the lightly armed civilian militia. In a statement the US embassy called on the military to cease violence against civilians including in Mindat, which it called a further demonstration of the depths the regime will sink to, to hold on to power. Michael Sullivan reporting.

The Zimbabwean government says it will appeal Saturday’s ruling by the high court that reverses the 5 year extension of the chief justice after he reached the retirement age of 70. As reports, justice minister Ziyambi Ziyambi accused the country’s judiciary of being captured by foreign forces seeking to destabilize the government.

The justice minister’s angry statement sets the stage for a battle between the judiciary and the executive. Last October judges wrote a letter to the President and the Zimbabwe anti corruption commission, citing political interference in their work, by the executives, state agencies and chief justice Luke Malaba.
Ishmacondika reporting from Harare.

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