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Vaccine doses are scarce throughout America when the British strain emerges

Southern California has opened several sites to manage one COVID-19 vaccine that has become increasingly difficult to find. In Los Angeles County, health officials have warned that without more vaccine transmissions, the county will not be fully vaccinated until next year. As of Saturday night, vaccination sites across the country have closed doors and canceled appointments as frustration escalates over …

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Arab spring refugees look back ten years after Egypt’s uprising

LONDON (AP) – The Egyptians, who took to the streets on January 25, 2011, knew what they were doing. They knew they risked arrest and worse. But as their numbers swelled in Cairo’s central Tahrir Square, they tasted success. Police forces backed up, and within days, former President Hosni Mubarak called for his resignation. But the events did not turn …

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Vaccine doses are scarce throughout America when the British strain emerges

Southern California has opened several sites to manage one COVID-19 vaccine that has become increasingly difficult to find. In Los Angeles County, health officials have warned that without more vaccine transmissions, the county will not be fully vaccinated until next year. As of Saturday night, vaccination sites across the country have closed doors and canceled appointments as frustration escalates over …

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11 workers rescued from the Chinese gold mine trapped for 2 weeks

BEIJING (AP) – Eleven workers trapped for two weeks by an explosion inside a Chinese gold mine were brought safely to the surface on Sunday. The state broadcaster CCTV showed that workers were pulled one by one in baskets on Sunday afternoon, their eyes protected to protect them after so many days in the dark. A worker was reported to …

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Pope to miss three upcoming events due to sciatica pain in the legs

Pope FrancisPope FrancisPope Misses Three Upcoming Events Due to Sciatica Pain in Legs Pope Says He Pray God Guides Biden Reconciliation Efforts Pope Francis Receives COVID-19 Vaccine MORE will miss three religious events in the coming days due to his sciatica condition causing severe pain in his legs. The Vatican announced the pope’s change of plans on Saturday, Reuters reported. …

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Pirates attack Turkish ship off W. Africa; kill 1, kidnap 15

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) – Armed pirates attacked a Turkish cargo ship off the West African coast, kidnapping 15 sailors and killing one of them, officials said Sunday as Turkey sought to recover the captured crew. The Liberian-flagged M / V Mozart sailed from Lagos, Nigeria, to Cape Town in South Africa when it was attacked on Saturday morning 100 nautical …

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Woman living in Chicago church for over 3 years goes home after Biden administration suspends deportations

Francisca Lino delivers luggage to her husband, Diego Lino, outside the Adalberto Memorial United Methodist Church, 2716 W. Division St., as they head home to Romeoville on January 23, 2021 in Chicago. Lino has lived above the church since August 2017 to seek sanctuary due to its undocumented status. President Joe Biden issued a 100-day moratorium on deportations on Friday …

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Pro-Navalny Protest Photos: Wave of Anger Rolls Across Russia

MOSCOW – The Russians gathered in support of imprisoned opposition leader Alexei A. Navalny in more than 100 cities on Saturday, the largest protests in the country since at least 2017. It was a wave of anger that rolled through the country’s 11 time zones, starting at port cities on the Pacific and moving to the streets of Siberia. The …

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