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Covid-19 mutation sparks global concern

PRETORIA, South Africa – The World Health Organization’s Emergency Committee will meet two weeks before Thursday to discuss new strains of the coronavirus from South Africa and Britain that have spread rapidly to at least 50 countries and spark an ongoing investigation. Alarm widespread The newly identified strains, which appear to be significantly more infectious than the strains that emerged …

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Trump orders U.S. military restructuring favored by pro-Israelites.

President Trump has ordered an extension of a vital US military order for the Middle East to include Israel in a last-minute reorganization of American defense structures that Israeli-backed groups have become. Long time, US officials said Thursday. The move means that the US Central Command will oversee America’s military policy related to both Israel and Arab nations, abandoning decades …

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‘Impossible’ to take action: NYC bar owner blames Cuomo’s coronavirus change rules

The New York government’s Andrew Cuomo told the coronavirus blockade and regulation “making it impossible for us to take action,” a New York City bar owner told “Newsroom of America” ​​on Thursday As part of his annual speech, the Democratic governor raised eyebrows on Monday to condemn the economic restrictions his administration imposed in response to the outbreak. Of the …

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British teacher accidentally delivers a poem about sex in class

A British teacher sued her parents when she accidentally sent a video to her class about reading a poem for children, which gave a harmless prose about incest. The unnamed teacher at Ings Primary School in East Yorkshire intends to submit a video of her fifth and sixth grade student Michael Rosen, reading a poem of his title. “The Car …

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Britain banned travel from Latin America, Portugal, citing concerns about the Brazilian variant.

Britain said on Thursday it would ban travelers from Latin America and Portugal over fears the coronavirus strain would be discovered in Brazil. In recent weeks, British authorities have been working to control the spread of the coronavirus strains discovered in the UK that are more contagious than previous generations. At the moment, at least two strains of the coronavirus …

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‘Today we are in a worse place than we were before he came in.’

WASHINGTON – Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who was reportedly referred to by President Donald Trump as “retarded” behind closed doors, is now disrespectful – on record – his former boss understands the story. Foreign affairs both at home and abroad “His understanding of events around the world, his understanding of world history, our understanding of US history is …

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The mayor of Madrid said the blizzard had caused nearly $ 2 billion in damage.

MADRID – Madrid’s mayor on Thursday called on the federal government to declare the Spanish capital a disaster zone, warning that the damage caused by last weekend’s blizzard would cost at least € 1.4 billion, or $ 1.7 billion in revisions Mayor José Luis Martínez-Almeida Told a news conference that determining a disaster will release an emergency fund and make …

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President Nelson will achieve new achievements in church history.

This article was originally published in the ChurchBeat newsletter. Register here To receive weekly newsletters in your inbox Thursday marks the three-year anniversary of the inauguration of President Russell M. Nelson. Nelson as a leading prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Quorum of the Twelve Apostles appointed him president of the church on Sunday January …

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