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  Story 326 -   Friday November 27, 2020
Amid Pandemic, Belgrade Street Kids Find Comfort at Refuge
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — In a small, brightly-colored backstreet house in Belgrade a teenage girl is drying her hair, while two others eat lunch in the kitchen. A group of boys are having their temperatures checked at the entrance as a precaution against coronavirus. It's another busy day for Svratiste, or Roadhouse, Belgrade's first daily drop-in center for street kids that for years has been a rare oasis of warmth and comfort for the Serbian ...
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  Story 325 -   Friday November 27, 2020
US troops in Afghanistan: Allies and Republicans alarmed at withdrawal plan
The US is to withdraw 2,500 troops from both countries by mid-January, the US Department of Defense confirmed. President Donald Trump has long called for troops to come home and has criticised US interventions abroad. The head of Nato warned of a "very high price". Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called the plan "a mistake". Mr McConnell - usually a staunch defender of Mr Trump - also warned the president against making "any earth ...
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  Story 324 -   Friday November 27, 2020
Temperature concerns could slow the rollout of new coronavirus vaccines
oday’s dramatic news that Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine might work as well as one made by Pfizer and BioNTech means the world could have two powerful weapons to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, the next hot vaccine topic is, well, heat. Both vaccines use a novel technology—strands of messenger RNA (mRNA), held within lipid particles—that is vulnerable to degradation at room temperature and requires doses to be frozen for transportation, then thawed ...
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  Story 323 -   Tuesday November 17, 2020
New lockdowns and restrictions sweep across the country as Covid-19 cases continue to rise
The wave of Covid-19 infections sweeping across the United States was followed Monday by a spate of new lockdowns and calls to reimpose restrictions after a week when more than a million new cases were reported. With two promising vaccines still months away from the start of widespread distribution and President Donald Trump slowing the transition by refusing to concede his apparent election loss to Joe Biden, mayors and governors were batteni ...
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  Story 322 -   Friday November 27, 2020
After Trump, Europe aims to show Biden it can fight for itself
EU foreign and defence ministers meeting by teleconference on Thursday and Friday will receive the bloc’s first annual report on joint defence capabilities, expected to serve as the basis for a French-led, post-Brexit, post-Trump effort to turn the EU into a stand-alone military power. President-elect Joe Biden will halt his predecessor’s confrontational rhetoric towards allies, but he is not going to alter the underlying U.S. message that Eur ...
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  Story 321 -   Monday November 16, 2020
President-elect Joe Biden hopes to halt border wall construction
WASHINGTON (Nexstar) — President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to reverse numerous immigration and border security policies when he is sworn in, including halting the construction of President Donald Trump’s border wall.

“Within 100 days, I am going to send to United States Congress a pathway to citizenship for over 11 million undocumented people,” Biden said during a presidential debate.

Since then, Biden says he plans to res ...
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  Story 320 -   Friday November 27, 2020
What effect does covid-19  have on your body?
COVID-19 gets worse day by day, spreading over America, causing unbearable problems, separating families, canceling sports events, closing schools, damaging the stock market and virtually ending travel by aircraft. The effects of covid-19 on the body is horrible and deadly:

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  Story 319 -   Sunday November 15, 2020
Covid-19 Worse Disaster in American History
The COVID-19 pandemic in the United States is by far the worst disaster in American history. And the disaster is looming larger. The Coronavirus pandemic has no equal in its ability to affect everyone on earth with direct effects on the interconnected global economy, separating loved ones around the world, global unemployment, travel comes to an end, traffic in the sky less than 20 percent as what it was, traffic in large cities looks like a s ...
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  Story 318 -   Friday November 27, 2020
'There's no way to sugarcoat it': COVID-19 cases are surging; one American dies every 107 seconds
The U.S. set a record this week for new coronavirus cases over a seven-day period with more than 500,000 infections. An American is testing positive every 1.2 seconds. Daily deaths are also climbing – one of us is dying every 107 seconds, according to Johns Hopkins data. And daily hospitalizations have been rising steadily for more than a month, from 28,608 on Sept. 20 to more than 44,000 on Tuesday. "There's no way to sugarcoat it: We a ...
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  Story 317 -   Thursday November 12, 2020
U.S. notches up more COVID-19 case and hospitalization records
(Reuters) - The United States continued to notch up grim records on Wednesday as it battles through the coronavirus pandemic, with a worsening outbreak in the northeast of the country adding pressure on top of an already reeling Midwest.

Reported new COVID-19 infections of 142,279 were at an all-time daily high for a second day in a row and above 100,000 for an eighth consecutive day, according to a Reuters tally.

The number ...
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  Story 316 -   Thursday November 12, 2020
Hong Kong opposition stages final protest in assembly before mass resignation
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong?s opposition staged a final show of defiance in the legislature on Thursday before resigning to protest against the dismissal of four of their colleagues in what they see as another bid by Beijing to suppress democracy in the city.

The withdrawal of the opposition from the city legislature will mean an end for what has been one of the few forums for dissent after Beijing?s imposition of national security ...
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  Story 315 -   Monday November 9, 2020
Major USA Drug Company Pfizer Says It May Have Covid-19 Vaccine That Is 90 percent Effective
Giant Drug maker Pfizer has published a report Monday that an early look at data from its coronavirus vaccine shows it is more than 90% effective -- a much better than expected efficacy if the trend continues.

The so-called interim analysis looked at the first 94 confirmed cases of Covid-19 among the more than 43,000 volunteers who got either two doses of the vaccine or a placebo. It found that fewer than 10% of infections were in part ...
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  Story 314 -   Sunday November 8, 2020
Mexico's president won't congratulate Biden until legal challenges resolved
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Saturday he would not congratulate a winner of the U.S. presidential election until legal challenges are concluded, in an apparent bid to avoid friction with Washington during the transition.

Democrat Joe Biden won the election on Saturday after a victory in the battleground state of Pennsylvania put him over the threshold of 270 Electoral College votes.
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  Story 313 -   Sunday November 8, 2020
Iranian president says next U.S. administration should make up for Trump's mistakes
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran?s president said on Sunday the next U.S. administration should use the opportunity to compensate for President Donald Trump?s mistakes, Iranian state reported after Joe Biden captured the U.S. presidency.

?Trump?s damaging policy has been opposed ... by the American people. The next U.S. administration should use the opportunity to make up for past mistakes,? President Hassan Rouhani was quoted as saying.
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  Story 312 -   Sunday November 8, 2020
Global uncertainty could risk World War Three
LONDON (Reuters) - Current global uncertainty and anxiety amid the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic could risk another world war, the head of Britain's armed forces has warned.

In an interview aired to coincide with Remembrance Sunday, the annual commemorations for those who have been killed and wounded in conflict, Nick Carter, Britain's Chief of the Defence Staff, said an escalation in regional tensions and errors o ...
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  Story 311 -   Thursday November 5, 2020
Why did so many Latinos vote for Donald Trump?
by Ruben Navarrette Jr.Opinion columnist

SAN DIEGO ? The 2020 presidential election has still not produced a winner. But it did produce a bizarre spectacle that should send shivers down the spines of Democrats who care about winning not just this election, but also future ones down the road:

Latinos for Donald Trump. Like a lot of them.

Just when we thought this dreadful year couldn?t get any worse, it went from b ...
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  Story 310 -   Thursday November 5, 2020
Trump and Republicans have hijacked America
You don't hear it mentioned often, but there was a time recently when Republicans were ready to throw out the Electoral College. In 2000, when it seemed Democrat Al Gore might win enough electors to secure the presidency while losing the popular vote, Republican George W. Bush's campaign leaked its intention to dispute the election.

In reality, the reverse happened.

You don't hear it mentioned often, but there was a time rec ...
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  Story 309 -   Sunday November 1, 2020
U.S. judge in to decide if drive-through votes already cast should be voided in Texas
Federal U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen in Houston, on Friday scheduled an emergency hearing for Monday on whether Houston officials unlawfully allowed drive-through voting and should toss out more than 100,000 votes in the Democratic-leaning area.

The judge agreed to hear arguments by a Republican state legislator and others that votes already made at drive-through voting sites in the Houston, Texas area should be rejected.

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  Story 308 -   Sunday November 1, 2020
Man rescued from rubble as Turkey quake death toll hits 51
ZMIR (Reuters) - A 70-year-old man was pulled from the rubble of a flattened building in western Turkey early on Sunday after being buried under the debris for 33 hours following a powerful earthquake which struck the country's Aegean coast and Greek islands.

The death toll from Friday afternoon's quake rose to 51. Turkish authorities have announced 49 deaths in the coastal city of Izmir, while two teenagers died on the Greek island of ...
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  Story 307 -   Sunday November 1, 2020
Mexico protesters burn Trump effigy, slam U.S. border policy
TIJUANA, Mexico (Reuters) - Protesters in Mexico burned effigies of Donald Trump and a border patrol agent on the U.S. border on Saturday, condemning President Donald Trump's migration policies and urging Americans to reject him at the ballot box on Tuesday.

A few dozen migrant activists marched to the beach fence separating Mexico from the United States at the border city of Tijuana chanting, 'Trump, we won't pay for your wall,' then ...
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