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Surprise: a court is asking for valid evidence
Austria's Constitutional Court demands answers to data and facts regarding masks, lockdown rules, hospitalizations, and death figures. The Ministry of Health is asked to respond by February 18.
Caribbean storm likely to gain force, hit Central America
A storm that has hurled rain on the southern Caribbean and the northern shoulder of South America was expected to hit Central America as a tropical storm over the weekend and ev...
Protests In US Over Fatal Police Shooting Of Black Man
Jayland Walker, 25, was shot and killed Monday, after officers tried to stop his car over a traffic violation, the police department said.
Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Other Top Billionaires Lose $1.4 Trillion In Worst Half Ever
With policy makers now raising interest rates to combat elevated inflation, some of the highest-flying shares -- and the billionaires who own them -- are losing altitude fast.
US Sending 2 Surface-To-Air Missile Systems To Ukraine: Pentagon
Russia Ukraine War: The assistance package, worth about $820 million, was broadly announced by U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday in Madrid following NATO summit.
UK Monkeypox Symptoms Different To Prior Outbreaks: Study
Monkeypox: Britain detected some of the earliest new global cases and the first study into patients there was published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases journal on Friday.
Data Not Shared With Chinese Communist Party: TikTok To US Lawmakers
TikTok reiterated to the senators that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) had never requested data on American users.
Garden picnic ideas: 11 ways to enjoy a laid-back dining experience outdoors
These garden picnic ideas will help you make the most of good weather and throw a memorable meal outdoors
Bill Gates Shares His 48-Year-Old Resume, A Message For Job Seekers
"Whether you're a recent grad or a college dropout, I'm sure your resume looks a lot better than mine did 48 years ago," Bill Gates wrote.
Vatican suffers big loss in sale of London building at heart of fraud and embezzlement trial
In a statement issued on Friday, the Vatican said the building was sold for £186m to Boston-based private investment firm Bain Capital, but did not provide a definitive figure f...
EU agrees on landmark crypto regulation in wake of Terra meltdown, Bitcoin plunge
The European Union has agreed on landmark rules for regulating the cryptocurrency industry, whose meltdown has been wiping out fortunes and sparking calls for tighter scrutiny w...
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