Month: March 2021

Russia unveils world’s first coronavirus vaccine for dogs, cats and other animals – The Washington Post

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WHO warns of a rise in Covid cases and deaths: ‘We’re all struggling’ – CNBC

Director-General of World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus takes part to a news conference after a meeting of the International Health Regulations (IHR) Emergency Committee for Pneumonia due to the Novel Coronavirus 2019-nCoV in Geneva, Switzerland, January 22, 2020. Christopher Black | WHO | Handout via REUTERS The World Health Organization warned of a …

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Seeing Washington’s cherry blossoms through the eyes of a Japanese artist – The Washington Post

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French airstrike in Mali killed 19 unarmed civilians, UN probe finds – Axios

19 of the 22 people killed by a French airstrike at a Mali wedding earlier this year were unarmed civilians who were “protected against attacks under international humanitarian law,” a new United Nations report has found. Why it matters: The findings that only three of those killed were suspected militants contradict France’s claims that the …

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Seaspiracy: Netflix documentary accused of misrepresentation by participants – The Guardian

A Netflix documentary about the impact of commercial fishing has attracted celebrity endorsements and plaudits from fans with its damning picture of the harm the industry does to ocean life. But NGOs, sustainability labels and experts quoted in Seaspiracy have accused the film-makers of making “misleading claims”, using out-of-context interviews and erroneous statistics. Seaspiracy, made …

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Californians 50 and over qualify for COVID vaccine Thursday – Los Angeles Times

The threshold for COVID-19 vaccine eligibility continues to expand this week. On Thursday, all Californians age 50 and over will qualify. In some parts of the state, that batch of residents has already been greenlighted. But eligibility doesn’t guarantee immediate access. State and local officials have been optimistic that vaccine allocation will increase significantly over …

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Macron Returns France to Lockdown as Vaccinations Lag – The New York Times

PARIS — After more than a year of lockdowns and months of a sputtering vaccination campaign, Europe’s efforts to curb the coronavirus pandemic entered yet another difficut chapter on Wednesday as President Emmanuel Macron of France announced the start of a third national lockdown in a desperate move to halt a new deadly wave. With …

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Jailed Russian opposition leader Navalny declares hunger strike – The Washington Post

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For years, a mafia fugitive hid from police. Then they spotted his Italian cooking videos on YouTube. – Washington Post

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Is the UK racist? Report’s positive picture draws skepticism – Yahoo News

LONDON (AP) — There is racism in Britain, but it’s not a systematically racist country that is “rigged” against non-white people, according to the findings of a government-commissioned inquiry published Wednesday. . Anti-racism activists greeted the inquiry’s conclusion with skepticism, saying the 264-page report from a panel of experts from fields including science, education, business …

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