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Australia says chance of jail remote for India travel ban offenders

Australia says chance of jail remote for India travel ban offenders

A libertarian group LibertyWorks took its case to the full bench of the Federal Court on Thursday against a separate order under the Biosecurity Act that has prevented most Australians from leaving th...

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United Kingdom spat escalates over Jersey fishing grounds

United Kingdom spat escalates over Jersey fishing grounds

A "misunderstanding" over post-Brexit fishing licences has led to France threatening to cut electricity to Jersey, a senior politician has said. Around 95 per cent of Jersey's electricity is carried b...

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Two Indian delegates test positive for COVID-19 at G7 summit

A meeting of top Group of Seven diplomats being held in person in London risked being derailed after India's foreign minister S. Jaishankar said he would self-isolate over possible exposure to coron...

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‘Traitor’ Romney booed in Republican flare-up

‘Traitor’ Romney booed in Republican flare-up

The junior senator was also booed when he appeared in an introductory video Saturday, according to Utah reporter Ben Winslow, of a local Fox affiliate. "We need to come together in strength and unity"...

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Suspect, two others die in Wisconsin casino shooting

Suspect, two others die in Wisconsin casino shooting

Kevin Pawlak said investigators believe the gunman was seeking a specific person he was angry at. "He was targeting a specific victim who was not there, but he made a decision to still shoot some of...

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Four new Covid-19 cases at the border, none in community

Four new Covid-19 cases at the border, none in community

Anyone who has arrived in New Zealand who was at a location of interest has been instructed to self-isolate immediately and call Healthline for information on when they should be tested. In addition...

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Cricketers among Australians stranded in India

Cricketers among Australians stranded in India

Almost 9,000 Australians are now stranded in India, according to ABC News. The U.S. government told its citizens to leave India as soon as possible because of the country's escalating Covid-19 crisi...

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Police 'executed' Black man in North Carolina shooting, lawyers say

Police 'executed' Black man in North Carolina shooting, lawyers say

The announcement came a day after family members were allowed to view what they described as a 20-second clip from one police body camera of the unarmed Brown being shot to death with his hands on the...

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COVID-19 cases drop in St

COVID-19 cases drop in St

Hinshaw explained why the death toll number has been adjusted to the number reported today. ". I want to advise of an update being made today to the total number of deaths due to COVID-19. Medicine Ha...

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Western nations set to provide aid to Covid-struck India

Western nations set to provide aid to Covid-struck India

US State Department Spokesperson Ned Price on Friday defended Washington's restrictions on the export of key raw materials for the manufacture of COVID-19 vaccines that has crippled vaccine produ...

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Anti-Asian hate bill clears Senate with bipartisan support

Anti-Asian hate bill clears Senate with bipartisan support

Mazie Hirono , D-Hawaii, who led the bill, said ahead of the vote, citing the more than 3,800 anti-Asian hate crimes reported around the country in the past year, according to research by Stop AAP...

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Canada eyes travel restrictions from India due to massive COVID surge

Canada eyes travel restrictions from India due to massive COVID surge

The Trudeau government is considering new travel restrictions but has long resisted targetting specific countries. Raywat Deonandan, an epidemiologist with the University of Ottawa, said Thursday th...

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Taliban targets heavily fortified hotel hosting the Chinese ambassador in Quetta

Taliban targets heavily fortified hotel hosting the Chinese ambassador in Quetta

The hotel is frequented by foreigners as it is the city's only luxury hotel and is considered safe. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the bombing. The blast hit the vehicle park of the Serena H...

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Herrera Beutler would vote to censure Maxine Waters over Chauvin trial comments

Herrera Beutler would vote to censure Maxine Waters over Chauvin trial comments

Judge Peter Cahill , who presided over the Chauvin trial, said on Monday that Waters' comments could be grounds for appeal. Randy Zelin, head of the criminal practice at Wilk Auslander LLP and an a...

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Australia's PM says he is in 'no hurry' to reopen borders

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said that Australia would reach net zero emissions through "pioneering entrepreneurialism and innovation of Australia's industrial workhorses, farmers and scientists" and...

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Chad military says it killed 300 rebels after attempted incursion

Chad military says it killed 300 rebels after attempted incursion

The exact cause of death was not yet clear, but a European diplomatic source said Deby had been killed. The death toll given on state television and radio by army spokesman Azim Bermandoa Agouna c...

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Navalny taken to hospital as fears for his life grow

Navalny taken to hospital as fears for his life grow

Ivan Zhdanov from Mr Navalny's team said on Monday that the official statement did nothing to assuage their worst fears. The Navalny camp plans mass countrywide demonstrations on Wednesday from Ka...

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North Texas signee Willie Simmons among three killed in Austin shooting

North Texas signee Willie Simmons among three killed in Austin shooting

No additional patients had been transported as of 2 p.m. and 18 units were on the scene, EMS said . This photo provided by the Austin Police Department shows Stephen Broderick, 41. "He was the ca...

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Family of Indianapolis FedEx shooter apologizes: 'We are devastated'

Family of Indianapolis FedEx shooter apologizes: 'We are devastated'

Authorities searched multiple locations and seized evidence in their effort to learn more about the shooter and a possible motive. Members of the religion, which began in India in the 15th century, be...

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Prince Philip's funeral guest list confirmed

Prince Philip's funeral guest list confirmed

Queen Elizabeth has made her first solo statement as a widow , following the death of her beloved husband of 73 years, Prince Philip. Harry has had to fly over to the United Kingdom without his wi...

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Covid-19 vaccination: India inoculates over 33 lakh people in a day

Covid-19 vaccination: India inoculates over 33 lakh people in a day

A total of 25,92,07,108 samples have been tested in the country as of April 12 since the beginning of the pandemic . A man is inoculated with India´s COVAXIN vaccine against COVID-19 at the public ...

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US poised to impose sanctions on Russia for cyber-attacks

US poised to impose sanctions on Russia for cyber-attacks

The United States will announce sanctions against Russian Federation on Thursday in retaliation for alleged election interference and hacking, American media reported. He said the days of the United S...

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Cops: Officer Among Multiple Victims in High School Shooting

Cops: Officer Among Multiple Victims in High School Shooting

The officer was struck at least once, police said, and transported to hospital with non-life threatening injures. There are no other known gunshot victims. education department. "It's a place where pe...

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White House border coordinator to step down after 100 days

White House border coordinator to step down after 100 days

Her thanked her for "an invaluable contribution to the Biden-Harris Administration and to the United States". A $1.5 trillion "discretionary funding request" submitted by the Biden White House on Fr...

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France to offer alternative to AstraZeneca second jab for those under 55

France to offer alternative to AstraZeneca second jab for those under 55

The additions bring the country's Pfizer vaccine total to 40 million doses in 2021. The HAS also called for real-world studies to assess the immune response triggered by the mixed vaccination scheme...

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Putin accuses Ukraine of provocations in phone call with Merkel

Putin accuses Ukraine of provocations in phone call with Merkel

Psaki did not elaborate on the number of Russian troops deployed on Ukraine's border. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said those living in eastern Ukraine would not tolerate North Atlantic Treaty ...

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Russian police detain supporters of Kremlin critic Navalny, including his doctor

Russian police detain supporters of Kremlin critic Navalny, including his doctor

The 44-year-old opposition figure was immediately jailed in January on returning from Germany , where he spent months recovering from a near-fatal poisoning he claims was carried out on President Vl...

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Ford to announce new restrictions tomorrow as COVID cases continue to climb

Loh said in a release. Further, they asked the province to limit staffing at essential businesses to no more than 50% of usual in addition to the limits on customer occupancy. They're asking for stron...

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George Floyd death: Chauvin 'trained to stay away from neck'

George Floyd death: Chauvin 'trained to stay away from neck'

Several experienced officers, including the police chief himself, have testified that Floyd should not have been kept pinned to the pavement by his neck for close to 9 1/2 minutes by prosecutors' ...

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Peel Region schools move classes online

Peel Region schools move classes online

As for the Peel school closure, students will stay home for at least two weeks. Get top stories in your inbox. . As of April 1, 63 Ontario schools were closed due to COVID-19, with 1,240 schools ...

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Health officials are calling for another stay-at-home order in Ontario

Health officials are calling for another stay-at-home order in Ontario

With the rise in new cases, several schools in Toronto have temporarily closed their doors for in-person learning. Under provincial guidelines, a COVID-19 outbreak in a school is defined as two or m...

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Australia and New Zealand announce travel bubble starts from April

Australia and New Zealand announce travel bubble starts from April

It will restore unrestricted, two-way travel between the two neighbors for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic forced them to close their global borders more than a year ago. Most Australi...

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Derek Chauvin trial continues Monday

Derek Chauvin trial continues Monday

Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo was the first of these officials to testify on Monday, walking jurors through the various trainings required by his department‚ including de-escalation tech...

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Centre closes vaccine registration for healthcare, frontline workers

Centre closes vaccine registration for healthcare, frontline workers

Centre asked the Delhi administration to immediately issue a show cause notice to VIMHANS regarding such wrong practices which violate Covid-19 vaccination norms, and seek a written explanation from t...

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Joe Biden was reduced to tears by Hunter Biden's addiction

Joe Biden was reduced to tears by Hunter Biden's addiction

Then-Vice President Joe Biden , left, with Hunter Biden , right, at a basketball game in Washington in 2010. Hunter Biden admitted that the laptop containing troves of emails and pictures rela...

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