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China admits that its vaccines are not very good

Gao Fu, director of the China Centers for Disease Control, will speak at the National Vaccines and Health Conference in Chengdu on Saturday. | Chinatopix Via AP By ASSOCIATED PRESS 04/11/2021 08:25 EDT BEIJING – In a rare admission of the weakness of Chinese coronavirus vaccines, the country’s senior anti-disease official says their effectiveness is low and the government is …

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How Putin or Xi could blow it all up for Biden

Joe Biden is on a roll. His approval rating is higher than his predecessor ever was. Nearly three-quarters of Americans believe he is doing a good job with the COVID pandemic. Sixty percent approve of his handling of the economy. So now it’s time for him to start looking at what can go wrong and turn his attention past our …

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21 Chinese coal miners trapped by underground flooding

BEIJING (AP) – Rescuers Sunday tried to reach 21 coal miners trapped by an underground flood in northwestern China, a state news agency reported. The Hutubi County mine in the Xinjiang region flooded at 18.10 Saturday, Xinhua News Agency said. It said eight people were rescued. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP China’s coal mines are among the …

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IMF raises growth forecast for Middle East, recovery will be ‘divergent’

Shoppers wearing protective masks walk near the Dubai Mall and the Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on Wednesday, January 27, 2021. Christopher Pike | Bloomberg | Getty Images The International Monetary Fund has revised its upward growth forecast for the Middle East and North Africa region as countries recover from the coronavirus crisis that began in 2020. …

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China’s official says local vaccines lack effectiveness

China has entered into agreements to supply many of its allied and economic partners in developing countries, announcing that world leaders from Indonesia to Pakistan to the United Arab Emirates have taken them. The story continues during the commercial There have been signs that some countries remain skeptical: The United Arab Emirates recently experimented with administering three shots of the …

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When a vaccine only adds problems

BRUSSELS (AP) – EU leaders no longer meet around a common oval summit to mediate their famous compromises. Instead, each of the 27 monitors the other heads of state or government with suspicion via a video screen showing a mosaic of distant capitals. This is what COVID-19 has done. Lofty hopes the crisis will encourage a new and tighter bloc …

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Prince Philip: A simple family farewell – BBC News

Prince Philip: A simple family farewell BBC News Queen Elizabeth ‘absolutely devastated’ after Prince Philip’s death, says contributor | TODAY TODAY Meghan Markle will not attend Prince Philips’ funeral, says Buckingham Palace Yahoo Entertainment Prince Charles: ‘My dear father was a very special person’ The Royal Family Channel Prince Philip exemplified a greater generation of service and duty The Hill …

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Families honor young couple killed in sortis accident

NEW KENT COUNTY, Va. A family from King William came together in prayer on Saturday to remember a young couple killed in a crash accused of winter weather earlier this year. Kayla Spurlock and Charles “Tuke” Fletcher III were in a wreck when their car hit black ice along Farmers Drive in New Kent County before colliding with another car …

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