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Pandemic inspired more than 1,200 new German words: NPR.

A woman walks past a flower shop in Berlin on Thursday. The research group noted more than 1,200 new German words inspired by the epidemic. Tobias Schwarz / AFP via Getty Images Hide subtitles Switch subtitles Tobias Schwarz / AFP via Getty Images A woman walks past a flower shop closed in Berlin on Thursday. The research group noted more …

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Doctors tried surgery to save human life – after death.

The eyelids of the monkey were fluttering after 18 hours under general anesthesia. The two medical teams stood and watched anxiously. A group of doctors, nurses and assistants held their breath for signs that two delicate surgeries were actually successful. Cleveland brain surgeon Robert White, holding a pair of pliers, gently tapped the animal’s nose.With clear awareness, the monkey, a …

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After the coup in Myanmar, a career diplomat took a stand.

Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi, who was detained for 15 years, became the country’s foreign minister and de facto leader. The military still controls most of the government, parliament and economy. But Myanmar is no longer isolated in tropical dictatorship. In 2018, Kyaw Moe Tun was sent to Geneva as an ambassador and representative to the United Nations office there. …

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Coronavirus: Europe in Vaccine Race to Cure Summer

Oscar Arche, chief economist at the Bank of Spain, told the Spanish newspaper El País: “If vaccination levels are high in June, the high season will save lives. But if it is delayed until the end of the summer, the economy will suffer. So much in three months of extreme uncertainty we are at risk. Source link

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The Duke Energy Center offers vaccinations for 5,000 or more people every Saturday.

The largest vaccination facility in the region is opening Saturday with 5,000 people attending at the downtown Duke Energy Center. “It’s a big day,” said Cincinnati Health Department nursing director Virginia Scott. “We touched 5,000 in Cincinnati,” Scott is setting up all of the vaccination clinics for the city, including the one. “It’s really big. There will be about 122 …

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Car bomb in Somali capital kills at least 20 people

A car full of explosives was detonated at the gate of the Luul Yemeni restaurant near the port at about 8:00 p.m. local time (12.00 ET), Captain Eden Osman, a senior police officer in the capital, confirmed to CNN. The explosion followed a heavy gunfire. The blast had severely damaged many buildings and business centers in the area, Osman added.Aamin …

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Video showing the extent of the Burmese soldier’s bloody crackdown

On Sunday, officials in Myanmar launched the most violent crackdown to date against protesters who had been on the streets for weeks against the Feb. 1 coup. Army Violence against most unarmed and peaceful protesters killed 18 people and injured more than 30, according to the United Nations Human Rights Office and took place across the country, including in central …

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New York Attorney General in charge of Trump and Cuomo | New York

THe was born in two men a decade apart in Queens, New York, one heir to real estate fortune and the other a political royal. Donald Trump continued to serve as president, and Andrew Cuomo was as governor as his father. Throughout their long and contentious careers, the two seemed untouchable. But thanks to the recent work of a lifelong …

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