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Apr 03 2021

Ford declares province-wide 'emergency brake' due to COVID-19

We are now fighting a new enemy. Indoor or outdoor sports and recreational fitness must also cease operations, with exceptions including high-performance athletes and...

Apr 03 2021

U.S. sees common interest with China on Iran

Unable to reap the economic benefits of the deal, Iran has argued that it should not be bound by the limits it puts on its nuclear program, and has gradually breached its...

Apr 02 2021

AstraZeneca jab halted again in Germany

Most of the cases reported in Europe have been among younger women under the age of 55. Of the 13.8 million doses vaccinated in Germany so far, 75% came from Mainz-base...

Mar 31 2021

Rep. Matt Gaetz Considers Early Congressional Exit for Newsmax Gig

He demanded the Justice Department release the recordings. The Times says that "people who have been briefed" say an "inquiry" - note the word "investigation" is not ...

Mar 31 2021

Restrictions in NSW after new Covid case found

Ms Berejiklian said "pleasingly" three members of the man's house have been tested for Covid-19 and all returned negative tests. In response to the new case, the Premie...

Mar 31 2021

Ghislaine Maxwell faces additional charges as new accuser comes forward

The indictment also accuses Maxwell of encouraging the girl to recruit others to perform "sexual massages" on Epstein. The woman said she later learnt Epstein kept it i...

Mar 31 2021

National vaccine panel recommends suspending AstraZeneca shots for under-55s

Reimer said the rare type of blood clot typically happens between four and 20 days after getting the shot and the symptoms can mirror a stroke or a heart attack. "There i...

Mar 31 2021

New York City police investigating two brutal assaults of Asians

The announcement comes two weeks after shootings at Atlanta-area spas killed eight people, including six women of Asian descent, and as Biden has faced pressure from As...

Mar 30 2021

Birx Says Death Toll 'Could Have Been Mitigated'

Fauci, for his part, said that "best decision" he made was accelerating efforts for the production of a COVID-19 vaccine. While the president has soured on both Birx ...

Mar 30 2021

Container ship stuck in Egypt’s Suez Canal is pulled free

The teams pulled the 220,000-ton ship toward the Great Bitter Lake, which is halfway between the north and south end of the canal. Suez Canal Authority (SCA) chief Os...

Mar 29 2021

Canada charges man after fatal stabbing at Vancouver library

Media spokesperson and Homicide detective, Sergent Jang (IHIT), said investigators are asking for any video footage taken by witnesses at the scene, and are urging those ...

Mar 26 2021

UK calls on China to allow access to Xinjiang after sanctions

Inditex previously said in a statement that it was aware of allegations of social and labor malpractice in supply chains in Xinjiang, and that it has zero tolerance f...

Mar 23 2021

Miami Enforces Curfew After Spring Breakers Go Crazy

Miami officials are imposing a new and earlier curfew, that is sought to control the crowds flocking into their city. However, today the Miami Beach City Commission ...

Mar 23 2021

U.S. attempting to house 15K unaccompanied immigrant children

Roberta Jacobson, Biden's special advisor for border issues and a former ambassador to Mexico , and the National Security Council's top official for the Western Hemisphe...

Mar 23 2021

In trial, AstraZeneca 100% effective against severe cases, no raised clot risk

Since then, many countries have resumed its use. European leaders have faced criticism for the slow pace of the vaccine rollout on the continent with less than 12% of...

Mar 19 2021

U.S. floats draft for Afghanistan-Taliban peace deal

Some fear Afghanistan will descend into chaos if worldwide forces depart without a negotiated political settlement in place. A joint statement issued after the meetin...

Mar 19 2021

Biden: US to hit 100 million shot goal on Friday

According to data collected by the CDC, approximately 115 million total COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered since the first COVID-19 vaccines were authorized ...

Mar 19 2021

Joe Biden Doesn't Regret Calling Putin "Killer", Says White House

But she said Biden did not regret referring to Putin as a killer and pushed back against suggestions the rhetoric was unhelpful. US Secretary of State Antony Blinke...

Mar 18 2021

Myanmar protesters gather near US Embassy while Blinken in Tokyo

This policy comes with "strings attached". In recent days, some Chinese embassies have said they would facilitate visas for foreigners who have received Chinese vaccines....

Mar 18 2021

China sets court hearings for Canadian duo on spying charges

Spavor and Mr. Kovrig, in accordance with the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations and the China-Canada Consular Agreement, and have also requested to attend the proce...