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George Floyd: World Waits For Jury Verdict On Derek Chauvin

George Floyd: World Waits For Jury Verdict On Derek Chauvin

Americans and people around the world began a tense waiting for the verdict of the jury in the trial of former policeman, Derek Chauvin for the murder of African-American, George Floyd. The jury in the…

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68-Year-Old Chadian President Deby Wins Sixth Term, Extends 30-Year Rule

68-Year-Old Chadian President Deby Wins Sixth Term, Extends 30-Year Rule

Chad’s long-ruling President Idriss Deby Itno was re-elected to a sixth term with 79.32 percent of the votes cast in April 11’s election, according to provisional results from the electoral commission on Monday. Former prime…

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Identical Twins Separated At Birth Reunited 36 Years Later

Identical Twins Separated At Birth Reunited 36 Years Later

When Molly Sinert got her results back from a DNA test, she was left with more questions than answers. “I clicked on the close relative and I didn’t understand it,” Sinert said. “You share 49.96%…

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Prince Philip Laid To Rest By Queen Elizabeth, Royal Family

Prince Philip Laid To Rest By Queen Elizabeth, Royal Family

Queen Elizabeth II on Saturday bid farewell to her late husband, Prince Philip, at a royal funeral like no other, restricted by coronavirus rules but reflecting his long life of military and public service. The…

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Rising Cases Of COVID-19 Alarming – WHO

Rising Cases Of COVID-19 Alarming – WHO

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) has said that there is an alarming rise in COVID-19 cases. He noted that the surge has pushed global infections toward their highest level since…

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Prince Philip’s Funeral: Queen Elizabeth Bans Princes Harry, Andrew, Others From Wearing Military Uniform

Prince Philip’s Funeral: Queen Elizabeth Bans Princes Harry, Andrew, Others From Wearing Military Uniform

Members of the royal family have been banned from wearing their popular military uniforms during the funeral for Prince Philip. According to The Sun, UK, Queen Elizabeth barred all members of the royal family from…

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Reuters Names Alessandra Galloni As Its Next Editor-In-Chief

Reuters Names Alessandra Galloni As Its Next Editor-In-Chief

Reuters News has named one of its top editors, Alessandra Galloni, as its next editor-in-chief, the first woman to lead the globe-spanning news agency in its 170-year history. A native of Rome, Galloni, 47, will…

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US Suspends Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Rollout Over Blood Clot

US Suspends Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Rollout Over Blood Clot

The United States has moved to suspend the rollout of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine in the country following reports of “rare and severe” blood clotting in six recipients. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)…

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Premier League, Other Sports Events Moved Due To Prince Philip’s Funeral

Premier League, Other Sports Events Moved Due To Prince Philip’s Funeral

Racing’s Scottish Grand National, as well as football and rugby fixtures in the United Kingdom, are to be moved “as a mark of respect” to avoid a clash with the funeral of Prince Philip on…

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Updated: Nigeria, Saudi Arabia Sight Moon, Declare Today First Day Of Ramadan

Updated: Nigeria, Saudi Arabia Sight Moon, Declare Today First Day Of Ramadan

  The Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) and the Saudi Arabian Supreme Court have declared Tuesday, April 13, 2021 as the first day of Ramadan after sighting the crescent moon, urging Muslims in…

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