miércoles, 3 de febrero de 2021

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When It Comes To COVID-19, Iran Is Dealt A Double Whammy
As the world rushes to vaccinate against the coronavirus pandemic, Iran is one of the worst hit countries in the Middle East. And because of U.S. sanctions, it may not have money to buy vaccines.

Covid-19: Almost a quarter of a million vaccine doses given
Health minister confirms 221,809 first doses and 24,612 second doses are administered in NI.
Amazon gets court to block $3.3 billion retail deal involving India's richest man
Amazon has been handed a major legal victory in its fight to block a multibillion-dollar deal between two of India's biggest retailers.
It's A Sin star on contracting HIV at 16 and the 'unhealed wound' of the AIDS crisis
*This article contains spoilers for It's A Sin*
Senator Elizabeth Warren Bashed Online as She Urges Probe Into GameStop Stocks Price Surge
While some netizens urged Warren to focus her attention on hedge funds and their owners rather than on small investors, others suggested a ban on short sales instead.

Why Trump's Lawyers Say He Can't Be Tried For Incitement Of Insurrection
Former President Donald Trump's lawyers say he cannot be tried by the Senate for incitement of insurrection because he is no longer in office.

Hope and fear as Somalia marks 30 years of civil war
The BBC's Andrew Harding has returned to Mogadishu to see what hopes people have for peace.
You'll never guess who's on Cameo
Punxsutawney Phil will personally wish you a happy birthday for $99. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Russia's Sputnik V COVID vaccine 91.6% effective with two doses, tests show
Russia's Sputnik V vaccine is 91.6% effective against coronavirus when two doses are given, according to peer-reviewed interim results from its phase three trial.
US Reportedly Signals Readiness to Lift Sanctions Against Nord Stream 2 if Certain Conditions Met
Congress introduced two rounds of sanctions against the Russian-Western European energy infrastructure project in late 2019 and late 2020, prompting a number of partners to pull out of the project. Russia has vowed to complete the pipeline network, while Germany, its main European benefactor, has resisted US pressure to shut it down.

martes, 5 de enero de 2021

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Black Women's Groups Find Health And Healing On Hikes, But Sometimes Racism, Too
A Black sisterhood of hikers in Colorado now has chapters across the U.S. and Canada, and includes other sports. "Being around nature, it's like grounding yourself," a founder says. "That is vital."

Covid-19: Homeschooling returns for first week of January
Most pupils in Northern Ireland will not be returning to school in the first week of January as planned.
Anna Nordqvist: European golf icon
Anna Nordqvist is considered European golfing royalty. CNN sat down with the two-time major winner at the inaugural Saudi Ladies International to learn about her beginnings in the game, the impact of winning a major at a very young age and her plans for the future.
Queen's 95th birthday to be marked by new coin
The Queen's 95th birthday will be celebrated on one of five new commemorative coins released this year.
China's Wuhan Boasts Packed Crowds Greeting New Year as Countries Languish Under COVID-19 Lockdowns
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), the outbreak of the novel coronavirus was first reported in the city of Wuhan, the provincial capital of Hubei, China, on 31 December 2019, spreading across the globe to more than 200 countries and infecting over 81 million people.

Deadly Explosion Rocks Yemeni Airport Just As New Government Members Land
People were still disembarking from the plane carrying the officials when the explosion hit, causing a large crowd to scatter. More than 20 were killed. There has been no claim of responsibility.

Covid-19: The Philippines and its lockdown baby boom
The Philippines is preparing for a surge in births which will overwhelm its already creaking systems.
Irish teen's death ruled 'misadventure' by Malaysian court
A Malaysian court on Monday announced it would not reopen a probe into the death of an Irish teenager whose body was found in a jungle after she went missing during a family holiday, saying she likely died of misadventure.
Shadow culture secretary Jo Stevens in hospital with COVID-19
Labour's shadow culture secretary Jo Stevens is being treated in hospital for COVID-19.
China's Wuhan Boasts Packed Crowds Greeting New Year as Countries Languish Under COVID-19 Lockdowns
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), the outbreak of the novel coronavirus was first reported in the city of Wuhan, the provincial capital of Hubei, China, on 31 December 2019, spreading across the globe to more than 200 countries and infecting over 81 million people.

lunes, 21 de diciembre de 2020

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Japanese Capsule Containing Bits Of An Asteroid Returns To Earth
The sample collected by the spacecraft Hayabusa2 caps a six-year mission to Ryugu. Researchers hope it will offer clues to "the secrets of the birth of the solar system and the birth of life."

Chinese drone and chip makers added to US banned list
The Chinese manufacturers face restrictions on the technology they export from the US.
Liverpool makes history with thumping seven-goal victory over Crystal Palace
Defending champion Liverpool laid down a marker to the Premier League's chasing pack with a thumping 7-0 win over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
Christmas lockdown is Boris Johnson's biggest U-turn of all
Just days ago, Boris Johnson declared: "I want to be clear, we don't want to ban Christmas, to cancel it.


Biden To Pick North Carolina Regulator Michael Regan To Lead EPA
Regan is the top environmental regulator for North Carolina. He would be first African American man to run the EPA, and he would oversee much of the federal government's response to climate change.

Climate change: Global 'elite' will need to slash high-carbon lifestyles
The world's wealthiest will need to limit emissions if the world is to avoid dangerous warming.
Graf: 'I hope Serena breaks slam record'
In a rare interview, tennis great Steffi Graf talks about Serena Williams' plans to break the 22 grand slam singles record they both share.
Australian beach's giant Christmas card message for Britain
An Australian beach has taken the form of a 70x40 metre Christmas card, with a heartfelt message addressed to British people.
'Substantial and Extended Fiscal Stimulus' Needed to Avert Looming 'Credit Crunch', Economist Argues
The world cannot wait for a COVID-19 vaccine to be rolled out before an internationally coordinated and sustained action of public and private investment is taken to avoid a future "credit crash", a long-time City of London economist tells Sputnik.

jueves, 17 de diciembre de 2020

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Latinx Authors Celebrated In Virtual Children's Book Fest
Las Musas, the Muses, is a group of Latina writers who held their first LatinX KidLit Book Festival to celebrate authors, illustrators and books by and about LatinX people.

Puerto Rico: The moment the Arecibo Observatory telescope collapsed
Video shows one of the world's largest telescopes at Puerto Rico's Arecibo Observatory crashing down.
Parts of the Northeast blanketed by over a foot of snow
The East Coast is getting rocked by a storm that has dumped more snow on Central Park in 24 hours than all of last winter season. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.
Mountain hares 'losing camouflage' due to more snowless days
Mountain hares in Scotland are becoming more vulnerable to predators due to an increasing number of days without snow, a study has found.
Meghan Markle Lauded Online After Honouring Those Feeding the Hungry Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
While Meghan's speech elicited praise from many social media users, some seemed puzzled by the fact that she was presented as the Duchess of Sussex, wondering aloud whether she still retains that title.

Abigail Disney: How Can Corporations Treat Their Lowest-Paid Employees Better?
At large corporations like Disney, many employees can barely get by. Filmmaker and Disney descendant Abigail Disney says that's unacceptable. She calls on Disney and others to put people over profit.

Tina Fey: US comedian 'saved a man's life' by the Hudson River
The US comedy actor and writer was apparently in the right place at the right time for one kayaker.
How 'El Loco' saved Leeds United
Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa has brought the sleeping English giants back to the Premier League, but that's just the latest in a line of achievements for the man Pep Guardiola calls the best manager in football.
Almost all Tier 3 areas stay the same with top restrictions extended in South East
Almost all Tier 3 areas will remain at their current level of restrictions - but a wider area of east and southeast England will move up to the most severe measures, the health secretary has said.
US Could Impose Tariffs on Vietnamese Imports Amid Currency Manipulation Claims
Vietnam has been on Washington's watch list of currency manipulators, as the US Treasury claimed in August as part of an anti-subsidy probe into tire imports that Vietnam's currency was undervalued by about 4.7 percent against the dollar in 2019, due in part to government intervention.