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U.S. CDC monitoring Ebola outbreak in Africa

WASHINGTON DC: Even as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is monitoring outbreaks of the Ebola virus in ...

Government says 48 million have received first vaccination

WASHINGTON DC: The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that it has distributed 96,402,290 doses of Covid vaccines ...

In 227 to 200 vote, House approves bill to expand protected lands

WASHINGTON DC: An additional 3 million acres of land in the United States will come under federal protection following the ...

Wider distribution of Johnson & Johnson vaccine expected this week

FRESNO COUNTY, California: There is new hope for those anxiously awaiting the coronavirus vaccine, as thousands of doses of the ...

Officials act to stop clinic vaccinations due to complaints

A California healthcare provider is no longer receiving supplies of COVID vaccinations after their staff members allegedly allowed ineligible people ...

Australia embroiled in further sexual abuse controversy

Rocked by another horrific scandal, the Coalition Government has again attempted to avoid confronting the issue of an alleged rape ...

NATO 2030 commits members to war with Russia and China

The February meeting of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Defense Ministers, the first since President Biden took power, revealed an ...

Two deadly 737s crashes occurred before action taken

WASHINGTON, DC - Following two deadly crashes involving Boeing's 737 jets, a US government watchdog has asked the Federal Aviation ...

Experts concerned over pockets of covid among unvaccinated minorities

WASHINGTON, DC: While 11.3 percent of white Americans and 10.5 percent of Asian-Americans have received Covid vaccinations, only 4.6 percent ...

WTA roundup: Kristina Mladenovic survives upset bid at Lyon

Fourth-seeded Kristina Mladenovic of France survived a two-hour, 42-minute test in Tuesday's first round to advance in the Lyon Open ...

Last Soviet Leader Gorbachev Turns 90

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev turned 90 on March 2, receiving greetings from the world leaders as well as the ...

ASEAN Urges Peaceful Solution to Myanmar Coup Standoff

Members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) pushed for the release of Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San ...

Rickie Fowler 'grinding through' difficult stretch

It was only two short years ago when Rickie Fowler arrived at the Arnold Palmer Invitational ranked No. 7 in ...

Chinese-Australians have a sense of dual 'belonging': Lowy poll

A substantial minority of Chinese-Australians have experienced a backlash from the COVID-19 pandemic and the 2020 deterioration in bilateral relations, ...

First Person: fighting for women's financial freedom

Around the world, the opportunities for women to lead successful, financially secure lives are being limited by government legislation, company ...

US lawmakers introduce resolution to scrap one-China policy

Washington [US], March 3 (ANI): Deeming one-China policy as outdated and counter-productive, two United States congressmen have introduced a resolution ...

Bunny Wailer, Reggae Luminary And Last Wailers Member, Dies

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - Bunny Wailer, a reggae luminary who was the last surviving member of the legendary group The Wailers, ...

Journalists Detained as Myanmar Military Intensifies Crackdown

Myanmar's military is cracking down on dissent over the Feb. 1 coup there, arresting hundreds of protesters and journalists, including ...

Golf Glance: Tyrrell Hatton defends at Bay Hill

Field Level Media's Golf Glance provides weekly news and storylines from each of the major North American golf tours. PGA ...

Women's 2021 Rugby World Cup set to be delayed due to Covid

The 2021 women's Rugby World Cup in New Zealand is set to be postponed until next year because of the ...

Dale Steyn believes other T20 leagues more 'rewarding' than IPL

Proteas fast bowler Dale Steyn said that he turned down this year's Indian Premier League because he found other T20 ...

Disturbing trend going in reporting: Delhi Court

By Sushil BatraNew Delhi [India], March 2 (ANI): The Karkardooma court on Tuesday observed that there is a "disturbing trend" ...

21 lawyers suspended for ransacking Judge's chamber

Islamabad [Pakistan], March 2 (ANI): The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday ordered the suspension of licenses of 21 lawyers ...

Top 5 Soviet movies that showed WWII from a different angle

War movies are usually about heavy fighting and loss of life. But WWII became embedded in people's hearts, not only ...

Trainer Elliott's hearing set as he loses horses over photo scandal

Leading Irish trainer Gordon Elliott's apology for being photographed talking on the phone while sitting on a dead horse has ...

Hamilton says eighth F1 title not sole factor in his future

Lewis Hamilton said Tuesday that winning a record-breaking eighth world championship in 2021 would not be the determining factor in ...

Covax details rollout of 238 million vaccine doses

Pakistan, Nigeria and Indonesia will each received more than 10 million doses from the Covax scheme.The Covax scheme will distribute ...

A billion years from now, a lack of oxygen will wipe out life on Earth

Earth will not be able to support and sustain life forever. Our oxygen-rich atmosphere may only last another billion years, ...

What the end of the Trump years means for American and global girlhood

In Kamala Harris's rousing victory speech in November 2020, the vice-president-elect of the United States directly addressed the country's children ...

Nigeria receives over 3 million 'Covishield' vaccine

Abuja [Nigeria], March 2 (ANI): Nigeria on Tuesday received 3.92 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine 'Covishield' from the Serum Institute ...

Japan emerges as silent leader in Indo-Pacific

Tokyo [Japan], March 2 (ANI): Amid intense provocations by China and North Korea, Japan has emerged as a quiet leader ...

Archer Jyothi Surekha sets new national record

Vijayawada (Andhra Pradesh) [India], March 2 (ANI): International archer from the city Vennam Jyothi Surekha, who is representing Petroleum Sports ...

Taiwan mocks China's plan to build Beijing-Taipei network

Taipei [Taiwan], March 2 (ANI): Taiwanese social media users and politicians on Monday mocked a Chinese plan to construct a ...

U.S., EU Slap Sanctions On Russia Over Navalny Poisoning, Arrest

The United States and the European Union have announced coordinated sanctions against Russian officials over the poisoning and imprisonment of ...

Southgate facing 'big decisions' over England attack at Euros

Gareth Southgate has admitted he is facing "big decisions" over which players to include in England's attack for the European ...

Prepare for another spin fest, Rahane tells England

India look to spin out England in the fourth Test on a similar pitch that hosted last week's two-day match, ...

Army, private firm, fighters accused of Mozambique war crimes

The violence in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado province has killed at least 2 600 people since 2017.More than half a million ...

The miscarriage of justice: A check in with Tsitsi Dangarembga

The last week of July 2020 was one of extreme paradoxes for Tsitsi Dangarembga. Three days after her novel This ...

SuperSport CEO on Sharks stake sale to MVM, Siya Kolisi mega move

Amid Siya Kolisi's blockbuster move and MVM Holdings' Sharks takeover, SuperSport CEO Marc Jury says that foreign investors would have ...

Chief Thandisizwe Diko II 'never given a chance to defend himself'

The late Bhaca King Madzikane II Thandisizwe Diko never had a chance to defend himself.This statement was made by Diko's ...

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NEW YORK, New York: Following news reports that the National Football League (NFL) had signed a new agreement with Walt ...

Government says 48 million have received first vaccination

WASHINGTON DC: The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that it has distributed 96,402,290 doses of Covid vaccines ...

California court seeks to end confusion over owning gun magazines

SAN FRANCISCO, California: A U.S. Court of Appeals said on Thursday that it would reconsider an earlier decision that California ...

CDC cannot prevent landlords from evicting tenants, says court

TYLER, Texas: A federal judge on Thursday struck down as unconstitutional regulations preventing landlords from evicting residential tenants. The regulations ...

Missouri looks to reverse fortunes against Florida

Missouri and Florida are trending in opposite directions with a week to go before the Southeastern Conference tournament. The Tigers ...

Michigan closes on title favorites Gonzaga, Baylor

Michigan jumped to No. 2 in the polls and has closed the gap on Baylor in the latest NCAA Tournament ...

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