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China reports case of suspected bubonic plague in Inner Mongolia

China studies scenario of suspected bubonic plague in Internal Mongolia

Beijing — When China appears to have lessened coronavirus cases to in the vicinity of zero, other infectious threats keep…

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Uighurs Push for International Criminal Court Case Accusing China of Genocide

Uighurs Thrust for Global Felony Court docket Case Accusing China of Genocide

Uighur exiles urged the Intercontinental Felony Courtroom on Monday to investigate Beijing for genocide and crimes towards humanity, the initially-at…

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Iran says fire at nuclear facility resulted in 'significant' damage

Iran suggests hearth at nuclear facility resulted in ‘significant’ damage

It stays unclear what particularly started out the hearth at the complicated, considered Iran’s major uranium enrichment facility and located…

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Coronavirus threatens to overwhelm Texas hospitals: Live updates | News

Coronavirus threatens to overwhelm Texas hospitals: Live updates | News

  Officials in Texas are warning that hospitals in the United States state could soon be overwhelmed if coronavirus cases…

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Croatia’s ruling conservatives win parliament vote

Croatia’s ruling conservatives win parliament vote

The results are seen as a crushing defeat for the Restart Coalition, a remaining-leaning political alliance led by the chairman…

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Susan Rice on Russia bounties: Trump doing 'arch-adversary's bidding'

Susan Rice on Russia bounties: Trump performing ‘arch-adversary’s bidding’

Previous nationwide stability adviser Susan Rice on Sunday said the Trump administration’s narrative on the Russia bounty plot isn’t going…

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Assessing the Real Coronavirus Death Rate: Live Updates

Evaluating the Genuine Coronavirus Dying Price: Live Updates

The strict quarantine — which is the to start with of its variety in Australia through the pandemic and is…

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US coronavirus: Some celebrated July 4th virtually while others packed beaches despite Covid-19 surge

US coronavirus: Some celebrated July 4th pretty much even though other people packed beach locations irrespective of Covid-19 surge

The changes adopted pleas from well being officers who warned vacation crowds and packed gatherings like the ones the US…

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Severe Flooding in Southern Japan Swamps Nursing Home

Critical Flooding in Southern Japan Swamps Nursing Property

Torrential rains in southern Japan prompted prevalent flooding and mudslides on Saturday, with at least 16 individuals useless as officials…

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Baltimore protesters toppled a Christopher Columbus statue and threw it in a harbor

Baltimore protesters toppled a Christopher Columbus statue and threw it in a harbor

Louis Krauss, who shared online video of the toppling, said there were being at the very least 300 people today…

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