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Belgium protested the death of a man in police custody, resulting in more than 100 arrests.

The Brussels prosecutor’s office said on Wednesday it had opened an investigation. “Involuntary murder” after a 23-year-old black man lost consciousness at the police station shortly after being arrested He later died in hospital. Hundreds of protesters gathered in Liedts Square in central Brussels. Video from the scene showed a brawl as demonstrators throwing rocks and projectiles as police brought …

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Mike Pompeo takes foreign policy before the end of Trump’s term.

In the three days of this month, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo revealed several drastic changes to US foreign policy. The backlash against those policies was swift, with many commenting that they were trying to undercut Biden’s administration and that it was Pompeo’s attempt to burn down his own political credentials. “Pompeo is moving forward with reckless and political foreign …

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Severe storms hit the midwest of the United States, breaking records.

At least 180,000 people were still in the dark as of Thursday morning in Washington states, Oregon, Idaho and Montana, according to the data. PowerOutage.us This is a figure that tends to increase as the gust of wind spreads eastward. Measuring gusts of more than 107 mph in Alta, Utah, the mountain resort town southeast of Salt Lake City in …

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Updates on COVID-19 in Illinois: Here’s what happened Thursday.

Pritzker ultimately decides when bars and restaurants can reopen indoors. Cities can set stricter rules than those of the state. But not a looser rule In addition, Chicago will have six COVID-19 vaccination sites next week, increasing the city’s capacity to vaccinate as much as 25,000 shots per week, Lightfoot said Thursday. But the mayor once again said the city …

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Hotels open their doors to COVID-19 patients as UK hospitals expand to limit

But today the lobby has no guests and all furniture except a single table with a bottle of hand sanitizer, a box of face masks, and a notice that reads: “Coughing, sneezing, spreading germs” A four-foot machine decorated with phrases A “Viruskiller” sounded behind an empty check-in counter. Hotel manager Alex Palaghiu said the transition from a 4-star hotel to …

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A trans man was killed among Puerto Rico’s ‘wave of violence, homosexuality, and sexual expression’

Puerto Rico police are investigating the deaths of a transgender man with multiple gunshot wounds on Jan. 9. A motorist was driving on an unflattering part of the highway in Trujillo Alto, a municipality about 15 miles southeast of San Juan, when she crashed at something, according to local news website WAPA. Learned it was a corpse and informed the …

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Wisconsin suspended a pharmacist’s license suspected of intentionally spoiling the COVID-19 vaccine.

Pharmacists in Wisconsin A license was suspended on Wednesday after it was accused of deliberately destroying the coronavirus vaccine. Wisconsin Pharmacy Commission Suspended Steven Brandenburg license Due to allegations that he damaged 500 doses of the vaccine, he thought it was unsafe and would change the human DNA. Associated Press reports.Brandenburg was unable to train while his license was suspended. …

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Amazon’s oxygen shortage forces large displacement of patients

SAO PAULO (AP) – Dozens of COVID-19 cases in the Amazon rainforest’s largest city will be flown out of the state when the local health system collapses, officials announced Thursday because of the dwindling oxygen tanks. Down makes some people start to choke at home. Doctors in Manaus, a city of two million, are choosing which patients to heal, and …

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