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St. Vincent – the volcano: heavy ash fall clouds evacuation efforts on Caribbean St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Extremely heavy ash rain fell on parts of the Caribbean island of St. Vincent on Saturday, and a strong sulfur air enveloped communities, a day after a powerful explosion at the La Soufriere volcano claimed the lives of thousands who evacuated under government orders. Caribbean countries, including Antigua and Guyana, offered assistance by either sending emergency supplies or temporarily opening …

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Turn off UK TV viewers – deadline

Britain’s major TV stations pulled their schedules on Friday to bring audiences from the Wall-to-Wall coverage of Prince Philips’ death, but production proved to be an interruption for the British in the main evening hours. Rating data shattered by Deadline shows that the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 have all suffered audience declines between 7pm and 11pm, as broadcasters provided …

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Myanmar security forces kill more than 80 anti-coup protesters

(Reuters) – Myanmar’s security forces killed more than 80 anti-coup protesters in Bago city on Thursday night and Friday near Yangon’s largest city, the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) and a domestic news outlet. Troops used rifle grenades to break up a protest in the city, witnesses and domestic media said. The AAPP and Myanmar Now news portal said …

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Russia, China join forces to blow up insane US COVID Lab theory

The Cold War could come back with revenge, and America’s biggest opponents are dusting off some old-school Soviet tactics. Russian and Chinese officials have recently teamed up to publicly accuse the United States of creating biological weapons near their borders and suggest that Americans are responsible for creating COVID-19. In a Russian daily newspaper Kommersant on Thursday, Nikolai Patrushev, Russia’s …

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Prince Harry encrypted to return home to Prince Philips’ funeral

Prince Harry has been on the phone with several members of Britain’s royal family – including his father, Prince Charles – as he struggles to return to his homeland for the funeral service for his grandfather, Prince Philip. Royal insiders said Harry, 36, is “united in grief” with his family – just a month after he and his wife Meghan …

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Buckingham Palace’s statement on Prince Philips’ death spoke of Queen Elizabeth’s’ deep grief ‘

A statement issued by Buckingham Palace on Friday referred to Queen Elizabeth II’s “deep grief” over her husband Prince Philip. The Duke of Edinburgh was 99. He died Friday at Windsor Castle, where he and the 94-year-old reigning monarch resided during England’s shutdown of the coronavirus. The castle’s statement touched on the deep connection that the royal couple shared during …

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EU Michel says he is sleeping badly after sofa-gaffe in Turkey

FILE PHOTO: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen stands as European Council President Charles Michel and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan take a seat in Ankara, Turkey on April 6, 2021 in this screenshot obtained by Reuters. European Union / via REUTERS TV BERLIN (Reuters) – European Council President Charles Michel is suffering from bad nights because of his embarrassment …

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How online info provides misleading accounts about COVID-19 vaccine safety

Misleading information online suggests that health data on a federal website means that COVID-19 vaccines are unsafe, but millions of people in the United States have probably received COVID-19 vaccines, which were tested and evaluated before being approved for emergency use. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration use a monitoring system to detect …

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Government vaccine advisers say they do not anticipate the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine in the United States

But questions arose about the accuracy of AstraZeneca’s data, and even more markedly on Wednesday, European drug regulators said there was a possible link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and rare blood clots. Some countries – more than 70 have approved the shot – have now restricted its use. Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNN on Wednesday that even though the U.S. …

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