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Exit polls showed Marine Le Pen’s National Rally with a first-round lead in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region.
Uganda’s team was reportedly all vaccinated with AstraZeneca and tested negative for the virus before departure.
Serou, a former Marine, moved to Russia in 2019 to study law.
As U.S. states adopt vaccine lotteries, the idea, championed by global health researchers, has begun to catch on.
Some 100,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine delivered to the West Bank on Friday are headed for the trash because of their imminent expiration.
Ethiopia is set to hold a twice-delayed national election on Monday in what the government has heralded as a long-awaited emergence into multi-party democracy.
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Col. Sohrab Azimi was among 23 commandos killed as the insurgent group seeks to make gains with the U.S. military leaving the fight.
Raisi has expressed a willingness to revive the 2015 nuclear deal, but his presidency marked a sharp departure from the Rouhani era.
The 60-year-old hard-line cleric is a close confidant of Iran's supreme leader.
The 14-year-old, who has not been publicly identified because he is a minor, does not appear to have been physically harmed by the encounter. But his mother told the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. that he is now afraid to leave the house.
Muslim women throughout France — teachers, writers, entrepreneurs, mothers — face challenges around their headscarves every day. Nine of them told The Post their stories.
Neither side seems eager to return to war or able to break the years-long cycle of hostilities.
Lawsuits and studies cast light on wide use of physical restraints and long confinements in Japan’s vast mental health system.
Full vaccination protects against the delta variant first found in India, Rochelle Walensky emphasized.
The front-runner is Ebrahim Raisi, a conservative cleric viewed as a protege and possible successor to Iran’s supreme leader.
The move comes after calls for more aggressive action from diplomat Kyaw Moe Tun, who is still recognized by the United Nations as Myanmar’s ambassador.
The new Israeli government had planned to transfer about-to-expire vaccine doses now in exchange for the same number of doses later in the year.
A report says prosecutions dropped by 62 percent over the past five years even as reported rapes increased.
The Brussels court cited failures to meet the E.U. vaccine contract, but it set a lower requirement of 80 million doses delivered by the end of summer.
The United States, however, has not yet lifted its sweeping ban on many E.U. travelers.
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