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Germany’s health minister calls for shutdown, considering Russian vaccine

A healthcare professional takes care of a Covid-19 patient in the ICU ward at Robert Bosch Hospital in Stuttgart, Germany, on Tuesday, January 12, 2021. Chancellor Angela Merkel warned that Germany is facing tough lockdown measures at the end of March if the authorities fail to contain a rapidly spreading variant of coronavirus. Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images LONDON …

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Rebels ignore prayers for peace as violence flares up in Belfast

BELFAST (AP) – Youth gangs threw stones and fireworks at police in Belfast, who struck back with water cannons as violence flared up again on the streets of Northern Ireland. Unrest has erupted over the past week due to tensions over post-Brexit trade rules and worsening relations between the parties in the Protestant Catholic division of power Belfast government. The …

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Hot ‘Monk’ Model Arrested By Myanmar Military In Protest Crash

A Burmese actor and model was recently arrested by Myanmar’s military forces as part of a breakdown of celebrities supporting their opposition. Paing Takhon, 24, went viral in January last year photos of him dressed as a hot “monk” was published on social media. Takhon had more than a million Instagram followers last month with many of his fans from …

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Threat of volcanic eruption forces residents to flee St. Vincent: NPR

La Soufriere volcano in Saint Vincent. Jean-Marc Lecerf / Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images hide caption change caption Jean-Marc Lecerf / Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images La Soufriere volcano in Saint Vincent. Jean-Marc Lecerf / Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images A volcano on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent threatens to erupt and triggers a mandatory emergency evacuation of residents potentially in …

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Papua New Guinea (PNG) Covid-19 outbreak, vaccine campaign

A healthcare professional prepares to perform tests for Covid-19 coronavirus outside a temporary clinic at a sports stadium in Port Moresby on April 1, 2021. Gorethy Kenneth | AFP | Getty Images Misinformation on social media hinders Papua New Guinea’s vaccination efforts. Many people are reluctant to inoculate due to false information spread about the vaccines, even though coronavirus cases …

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Hankuk Chemi: Iran releases seized South Korean tanker

In a press release on Friday, South Korea’s Foreign Ministry said Hankuk Chemi and its captain were released early Friday Iranian time. The captain and crew’s health was healthy – as was the cargo, the ministry said. Iran seized the tanker at sea in January, accusing it of contaminating the water with chemicals and keeping the ship in the port …

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Chinese shows obscure Western brands over Xinjiang dispute

HONG KONG – Viewers of some of China’s most popular online black shows were recently greeted by a curious sight: a blurring of pixels obscuring the marks on sneakers and T-shirts worn by attendees. As far as viewers could see, the censored clothing showed no hints of obscenity or obscenity. Instead, the problem lay with the foreign brands that made …

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