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Infectious disease expert warns France has 'lost control' of coronavirus

Infectious disease expert warns France has 'lost control' of coronavirus

Sunday's figure came after Saturday's record 45,422 cases, Xinhua news agency quoted the Public Health Agency as saying. On Monday, the tally usually drops sharply because of reporting lags over the...

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Police officer killed by rooster while breaking up cockfight

Police officer killed by rooster while breaking up cockfight

However, since the global coronavirus pandemic, cockfighting and other cultural sports and events have been banned in an attempt to stop crowds gathering and spreading the virus further. "I have a...

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Nationwide Strike, Continued Protests in Poland Against Abortion Ruling

Nationwide Strike, Continued Protests in Poland Against Abortion Ruling

Last Thursday's Constitutional Court ruling sparked daily mass protests across the country by 38 million people, exposing deep divisions in a country that has always been a bastion of conservative Cat...

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USA to extend bilateral agreements with Israel into Judea and Samaria, Golan

USA to extend bilateral agreements with Israel into Judea and Samaria, Golan

Until now, three U.S. Israeli and American officials signed protocols amending the Binational Industrial Research and Development Foundation, the Binational Science Foundation, and Binational Agricu...

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How air pollution is making COVID-19 worse

How air pollution is making COVID-19 worse

For their estimation, the researchers used epidemiological data available from previous studies on USA and China and the SARS outbreak of 2003. "This is just the start of air pollution". "If you a...

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U.S. rejects Hong Kong activists' asylum bid

U.S. rejects Hong Kong activists' asylum bid

A group calling itself Friends of Hong Kong sent a statement to media on Tuesday, saying that its members were trying to arrange asylum for Chung. Police said two men and one woman - aged between 17...

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FBI Arrests Five People in China’s ‘Operation Fox Hunt'

FBI Arrests Five People in China’s ‘Operation Fox Hunt'

The Department of Justice on Wednesday announced that eight individuals had been charged with conspiring to act in the United States as illegal agents of the People's Republic of China (PRC) after...

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COVID population immunity may not last

COVID population immunity may not last

Researchers from Imperial College London found the number of people testing positive for antibodies has fallen by 26% between June and last month. Findings stemmed from finger prick tests, researc...

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Interior Health announces record-breaking daily total of new COVID-19 cases

Interior Health announces record-breaking daily total of new COVID-19 cases

No new community outbreaks were announced. There have been two new health-care facility outbreaks at Felburn Care Centre and St. Michael's Centre. The median number of new cases over the past week...

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US issues fresh Iran-related sanctions targeting state oil sector | MEO

US issues fresh Iran-related sanctions targeting state oil sector | MEO

The U.S. Division of Treasury introduced Monday that its Workplace of Overseas Belongings Management was designating the Iranian Ministry of Petroleum, the Nationwide Iranian Oil Firm and the Nationwi...

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Germany, France gear up for new lockdowns as virus surges

Germany, France gear up for new lockdowns as virus surges

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is also expected to push for tighter restrictions in crisis talks with regional leaders Wednesday. The proposed new restrictions include closing restaurants and bars an...

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COVID cases continue to go up in Chippewa County

Calaveras County Public Health reports three new deaths related to COVID-19 and five additional cases as the county drops to the state's least restrictive business reopening level. Public indoor space...

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'Tough' lockdown measures to be introduced in Germany, Merkel confirms

'Tough' lockdown measures to be introduced in Germany, Merkel confirms

But from Monday all professional sport in Germany will go back behind closed doors after Merkel and the regional leaders of Germany's 16 states agreed to the new measures. In Europe, the United ...

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China, US at odds over Sri Lanka

China, US at odds over Sri Lanka

He made his latest attack on China after talks with Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa on security cooperation to keep open vital Indian Ocean sea lanes just south of Sri Lanka. Yang Jiechi, a ...

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Merkel Eyes 'Lockdown Light' to Tame Virus

Merkel Eyes 'Lockdown Light' to Tame Virus

Chancellor Angela Merkel and governors of the country's 16 states passed new restrictions on Wednesday in a bid to contain the virus, meaning professional soccer matches will have to be played witho...

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Covid: Protesters clash with police in Italy

Covid: Protesters clash with police in Italy

Some of the protest rallies and ensuing violence were captured in footage that circulated on social media, including an encounter in Milan that saw demonstrators hurl what appears to be a petrol bom...

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Turkish leaders condemn Charlie Hebdo cartoon of Erdogan

Turkish leaders condemn Charlie Hebdo cartoon of Erdogan

The current developments feed into the recently escalating row between Turkey and France sparked by comments made by French President Emmanuel Macron on radical Islam following the death of teache...

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Prince Azim of Brunei, 38, dies

Prince Azim of Brunei, 38, dies

He was fourth in line to the southeast Asian nation's throne. He was also known for hosting extravagant parties and rubbing shoulders with huge showbiz names, including the likes of Dame Joan Collin...

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More Australian women subjected to 'grossly disturbing' examinations in Qatar

More Australian women subjected to 'grossly disturbing' examinations in Qatar

The committee heard that the invasive searches were conducted on passengers from 10 different flights. The women were checked for signs of having recently given birth after a newborn baby was found ...

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Syria war: 'Russian air strikes kill dozens' in Idlib

Syria war: 'Russian air strikes kill dozens' in Idlib

The Observatory reported that in the morning, Russian planes targeted the headquarters of the "Sham Legion", which is close to Turkey, in the Jabal Al-Duwailah region northwest of Idlib , killing at ...

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Joe Biden taunts Donald Trump with a fake 'COVID Plan' website

Joe Biden taunts Donald Trump with a fake 'COVID Plan' website

The outbreak among the vice president's staff marked the latest White House COVID-19 cases, which have included Trump , first lady Melania Trump, their son, Barron, and numerous aides and associates....

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Donald Trump Campaign Working with Law Enforcement After Website Hacked

Donald Trump Campaign Working with Law Enforcement After Website Hacked

According to TechCrunch , Monero is "easy to send but quite hard to track" and because of that "it has become associated with unsavory operations such as this hack". "There was no exposure to sensit...

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Vehicle parade showing support for President Trump stretches for miles in Brooklyn

Vehicle parade showing support for President Trump stretches for miles in Brooklyn

The group of charges included assault, disorderly behavior, reckless endangerment, and obstruction of traffic. Videos shared on Twitter showed several hate-filled maniacal anti-Trump radicals pelt...

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At least four killed, 26 injured in Pakistan's Peshawar blast

At least four killed, 26 injured in Pakistan's Peshawar blast

All injured have been shifted to Lady Reading Hospital at Peshawar . More than 60 people had been taking a lesson when the explosion tore through the madrassa in Peshawar , about 170 kilometres ...

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Harris blasts GOP for confirming Amy Coney Barrett: 'We won't forget this'

Harris blasts GOP for confirming Amy Coney Barrett: 'We won't forget this'

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in at the Supreme Court Tuesday morning in a private ceremony by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. "We won't forget this". Lisa Murkowski, a Republic...

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Poland's PM defends abortion ruling, condemns protests

Poland's PM defends abortion ruling, condemns protests

Churches were particularly targeted largely because of the Catholic Church's teaching against abortion. The demonstrations have spread to more than 150 cities and towns throughout Poland including t...

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Drug ministry to fast-track AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine candidate

Drug ministry to fast-track AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine candidate

However, on Monday both Oxford University and its industry partner AstraZeneca confirmed that the vaccine appears to boost both immunity in the form of antibodies and T-cells. These results compar...

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Four dead, including two children, after migrant boat sinks crossing Channel

Four dead, including two children, after migrant boat sinks crossing Channel

French authorities and a Belgian helicopter launched the rescue after the migrant boat was reported in distress off the coast of Dunkirk , according to the regional French maritime agency. Labour MP ...

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Judge: US can't replace Trump in accuser's defamation suit

Judge: US can't replace Trump in accuser's defamation suit

Trump has denied Carroll's allegation that he raped her in the 1990s. She filed a defamation lawsuit against him in 2019, but the DOJ last month tried to take over the case in an unusual move. But i...

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Turkish leader backs boycott of French goods over cartoon row

Turkish leader backs boycott of French goods over cartoon row

Paty, a teacher, showed images in his class of the founder of Islam, Muhammad. As of publication, One U.S. Dollar buys 8.18 Turkish lira. In Kuwait city, a supermarket had stripped its shelves of L'...

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MI reports 3,881 new COVID-19 cases over two days

MI reports 3,881 new COVID-19 cases over two days

The county now has seen a total of 22,495 coronavirus cases including 607 deaths, according to the health department. They include Florida, Ohio and MI - all hotly contested states for the November 3 ...

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Australia's second-wave epicentre records zero new virus cases

Australia's second-wave epicentre records zero new virus cases

After more than three months of lockdown, metropolitan Melbourne will move from second step to third step of restrictions, and regional Victoria continues in third step with further easing of restrict...

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Wales lockdown: Call for relaxation of supermarket rules

Wales lockdown: Call for relaxation of supermarket rules

An updated list of goods has been sent to supermarkets in Wales. The lockdown prevents shoppers from buying anything but necessary items so they do not linger in stores, the Welsh government has s...

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Belarus opposition leads national strike against Lukashenko

Belarus opposition leads national strike against Lukashenko

Speaking from Lithuania, where she has been in exile since August, Tikhanovskaya also requested the release of political prisoners and an end to police brutality. Belarus President Alexander Lukashe...

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United States ‘cannot replace Trump in columnist’s defamation lawsuit’

United States ‘cannot replace Trump in columnist’s defamation lawsuit’

But the judge said Trump was not an "employee of the government" entitled to be shielded from Carroll's claims under the Federal Tort Claims Act . Under the law, if a Postal Service worker causes a...

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