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Biden’s visits to Mississippi and Tennessee come as health experts warn that young people in the South are increasingly being hospitalized and concerns over the delta variant grow.
One ex-employee told ITV that workers were expected to get rid of an estimated 130,000 items a week.
The effort to silence the newspaper is emblematic of Beijing’s broader crackdown.
President Biden has also congratulated 27-year-old Japan international and Washington Spirit forward Kumi Yokoyama for their “courage” in coming out.
Kim Avis began a 15-year sentence for rape and other crimes in Scotland last week — after an investigation in the American West that involved police and the U.S. Marshals Service.
New Yorkers are voting in a system that finds parallels in other Western democracies. Its advocates believe the rest of the country should follow suit.
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The delta variant, which was first detected in India, is “unquestionably” more transmissible than other common coronavirus variants and linked to increased hospitalizations, Fauci said.
Kim's renewed efforts to regulate how North Korean citizens think and look comes as South Korean and Western pop culture continue to seep into the country.
Roma community members are calling for an investigation, but police say that drugs, not the police, caused the man’s death.
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With government forces stretched thin, officials are appealing for help from local fighters.
The Sri Lankan government has said that the links to the ship are only “provisionally” confirmed and that more testing is being conducted.
Church figures commonly take stances on affairs in other countries. But this time, the Vatican is using a diplomatic channel and testing its clout as a state.
At the U.N. Human Rights Council, China preempted a Canadian-led call for a Xinjiang probe by demanding an investigation into missing Indigenous children.
Ottawa says fully vaccinated Canadians returning to the country can skip some quarantine requirements next month. Americans remain out of luck.
Mucormycosis has killed hundreds in India and forced many to have an eye removed.
The government insists that the influx of people during the summit has no direct link.
The separate fires arrive less than a month after the remains of 215 Indigenous children were found at a former residential school in British Columbia once operated by the Roman Catholic Church.
The case against Samuel Bickett shows how foreigners can become embroiled in Beijing’s crackdown.
The mice aren’t just causing chaos in homes, farms and hospitals.
While vaccinations remain voluntary in the country, his spokesman said that could change.
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