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International News Today | Headlines From October 30, 2021

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Here are the top news and stories in entertainment, sports, technology, gadgets genre from October 30, 2021 •:

1. Here’s why you might see the northern lights this Halloween weekend

October 30, 2021 • A solar flare eruption from earlier this week is expected to reach Earth on Saturday and Sunday, creating the potential for the aurora borealis to be visible across large parts of the U.S.

2. Why marigolds, or cempasúchil, are the iconic flower of Día de los Muertos

October 30, 2021 • The Day of the Dead is deeply rooted in pre-Hispanic Aztec rituals blended with Roman Catholic traditions. But many of the indigenous symbols remain, including the vibrant and fragrant marigold.

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3. John Deere and union reach tentative agreement but strike continues for now

October 30, 2021 • Farm equipment maker Deere & Co. reached a tentative agreement with the United Auto Workers union, but a strike that began Oct. 14 will go on while workers study the agreement before a vote.

4. The University of Florida bars professors from testifying in a voting rights case

October 30, 2021 • The school said having the professors testify was “adverse” to the university’s interests, marking a departure from normal procedure and raising major concerns about freedom of speech.

5. Biden, other leaders say no easing sanctions until Iran slows its nuclear development

October 30, 2021 • President Biden and three European allies say they are ready to return to the scuttled deal that eased sanctions against Iran, in return for Iran limiting its nuclear program.

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