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International News Today | Top Headlines From November 9, 2021 •

INA News bring you the top 10 headlines to kick start your day and stay on top of the most important International news updates.

Here are the top news and stories in entertainment, sports, technology, gadgets genre from November 9, 2021 •:

1. Prosecutors in Rittenhouse trial rest their case, but face questions about strategy

November 9, 2021 • Legal experts say the jury’s verdict could come down to how well the prosecution made its central argument that Rittenhouse was the aggressor and not just acting in self-defense, as he claims.

2. McDonald’s CEO apologizes after saying 2 slain children were failed by their parents

November 9, 2021 • Chris Kempczinski held a town hall with employees on Monday after reports revealed he messaged Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and appeared to blame the death of two shooting victims on their parents.

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3. Glasgow climate pledges are ‘lip service’ without far more aggressive plans

November 9, 2021 • New analyses find countries’ latest climate promises are still not enough to meet the goal set in the Paris climate agreement. And they warn few countries even have plans to carry out their pledges.

4. Oklahoma’s Supreme Court tossed out a landmark $465 million opioid ruling

November 9, 2021 • This ruling and a recent state court in California raise questions about thousands of opioid lawsuits filed against Big Pharma.

5. Facebook scraps ad targeting based on politics, race and other ‘sensitive’ topics

November 9, 2021 • Facebook will no longer let advertisers target people with ads based on how interested the social network thinks they are in topics like politics, religion, or race. The new rules begin in January.

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6. Supreme Court conservatives are skeptical on spiritual advisers in death chamber

November 9, 2021 • The subject has, at times, divided the court’s conservative majority and it has also at times embarrassed the court, as minority religious advisers have sometimes been excluded from the chamber.

7. An original Apple-1 computer sells for $400,000

November 9, 2021 • The computer is one out of the 200 Apple-1 computers that were designed and built by Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs.

8. They’re the invisible victims of climate change

November 9, 2021 • At summits like COP26, attention is paid to those who find their livelihood — and health — at risk and who might become climate change refugees. But who will speak up for the stateless?

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9. Pfizer and BioNTech ask FDA to authorize COVID vaccine booster for people 18+

November 9, 2021 • The companies say a study of more than 10,000 volunteers showed a vaccine efficacy of 95% or greater for people receiving the booster.

10. Malala Yousafzai, Nobel laureate and girls’ education champion, gets married

November 9, 2021 • The 24-year-old recent Oxford graduate called it “a precious day in my life” and shared a few photos of the intimate ceremony.

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