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An earthquake in Indonesia kills dozens and injured hundreds.

A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Indonesia’s northwestern Sulawesi island early on Friday, killing at least 35 people, destroying homes, bans and causing landslides, disaster officials said. Rescuers are searching for those trapped in the rubble. More than 600 people were reportedly injured in an earthquake that struck land between the coastal cities of Mamuju and Majene. No tsunami warning was …

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Freshman Dem launches council resolution banning Donald Trump from the US Capitol

Newly elected Georgia Democrat, Nikema Williams, has proposed a resolution that would prohibit President Donald Trump from entering U.S. government agencies at any time after the expiration of his term. The president essentially banned and blocked him from federal buildings. All resolutions read as “The House of Representatives Sergeant, the active sergeant, and the gatekeeper of the Senate and the …

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UK bans tourists from South America due to new strain of COVID-19

The UK will close borders for travelers from South America and Portugal on Friday due to growing concerns over a new strain of COVID-19 that researchers believe is occurring in Brazil’s Amazon, a region it has struggled for. Cope with this disease The variant, similar to the highly infectious species identified in the UK and South Africa, was reported in …

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Tackle Risks with the COVID-19 Vaccine Jab: Coronavirus Updates: NPR

There are no lollipops at the vaccination center. But stickers are distributed Bob Mondello / NPR Hide subtitles Switch subtitles Bob Mondello / NPR It’s 8:45 a.m. on weekdays in Washington, D.C., and if anyone needs a warning about why the coronavirus is so important, someone arrives at the Takoma Metro stop: an almost empty train pulls up to the …

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150,000 people received the COVID-19 vaccine.

More than 150,000 Oklahoma residents were vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, even as others tried to find an appointment.KOCO 5 was given a special investigation inside one of the large vaccine pods at the Mercy Hospital clinic in the west. North of oklahoma city They vaccinated about 1,000 people today. One of them, 91-year-old Ruth Strange, waited for the moment. …

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The GOP lost thousands of dollars in NC after government riots.

RALEIGH, NC (WTVD) – In the deadliest hour Riot at the US Capitol Last week, many cut ties with Republicans, including former Secretary of State Colin Powell. In North Carolina, the GOP has lost thousands of people since the attack on Wednesday. According to the State Electoral Commission, 2,879 people left Republicans in North Carolina between Jan. 6 and 11. …

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The UN warned of major economic damage without further action.

The inhabitants of the boats monitor the floods flowing from the river. Tittabawassee Down town on May 20, 2020 in Midland, Michigan. Gregory Shamus | Getty Images Governments around the world must significantly scale up climate adaptation measures to avoid significant economic damage from global warming, according to the UN Environment Program Adaptation Gap fifth report. Countries will have to …

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Studies have shown that workaholics are at risk of depression.

If you’re workaholic, depressed or sleep deprived, you may be late at work, according to a new study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health Reported that the workaholic, described as someone with “Compulsive or uncontrollable need to work incessantly” is twice as likely to suffer from depression than normal employees. An international group of researchers examined the working …

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