Category: Global

Coronavirus: Social gatherings above six banned in England from 14 September

Media playback is unsupported on your device Social gatherings of more than six people will be illegal in England from Monday – with some exemptions – amid a steep rise in coronavirus cases. The law change will ban larger groups…

Assange Warned He Will Be Removed From Extradition Hearings If Outbursts Continue

Julian Assange, the Wikileaks founder who is fighting to avoid extradition to the United States from Britain, was warned by a judge on Tuesday he will be removed from the courtroom and tried in his absence if he continues to…
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5 things to look for on a college campus that benefit mental health

Researchers have studied college students’ mental health for decades. Even in the 1920s, it was clear that the many stresses of higher education – like academic demands, post-graduation plans and financial concerns – wear on students. This stress can incite…
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Coronavirus: Bolton restrictions tightened amid rise in cases

Media playback is unsupported on your device Tighter coronavirus restrictions have been introduced in Bolton, including only allowing takeaways and curtailing nightlife, after a rise in cases. All hospitality venues will be limited to takeaway and must be closed to…
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As concerns mount over integrity of US elections, so does support for international poll monitors

With the U.S. presidential election approaching, Americans face a daunting set of challenges as they prepare to vote. Many voters fear the coronavirus will force them to risk their lives at the polls. Yes, voting by mailrepresents a safe alternative.…
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Coronavirus: Warnings from scientists as UK cases continue to rise

Two members of the UK government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage) have given stark warnings over the increase in coronavirus cases across the country. Prof John Edmunds said cases were now “increasing exponentially”. While England’s deputy chief medical officer,…
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One Of Prince Harry And Meghan Markle’s Biggest Press Sagas Is Coming To An End

VICTORIA JONES via Getty ImagesMaybe now Frogmore will be forgotten.     Prince Harry and Meghan Markle can finally put the Frogmore Cottage press saga behind them.  A spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex confirmed to HuffPost on Monday…
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Reversing Ageing: New Studies Show it Can be Done

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Birmingham stabbings: Man arrested on suspicion of murder

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after one person died and seven others were injured in stabbings across Birmingham city centre. The 27-year-old suspect was arrested at an address in the Selly Oak area of the city…
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Rihanna ‘Healing Quickly’ After Bruising Face In Electric Scooter Accident

Evan Agostini/Invision/APThe singer’s publicist confirmed she was recently involved in a scooter accident. Rihanna is “completely fine” after sparking concern among fans over photographs of the singer with multiple bruises on her face. The Fenty mogul was spotted with a…
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Coronavirus: Further 2,988 cases confirmed in UK

Media playback is unsupported on your device A further 2,988 cases of coronavirus have been reported in the UK in the past 24 hours, government data showed. It is the highest number reported on a single day since 22 May…
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Coronavirus: Labour demands airport testing review to cut quarantine

Airport coronavirus testing options should be explored as a way of cutting the number of travellers who must spend two weeks in quarantine, says Labour. A review of “chaotic” quarantine rules should consider a “robust testing regime”, given the “dire…
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Coronavirus: ‘Critical moment’ as students return to university

A leading epidemiologist has warned the country is at a “critical moment” in the coronavirus pandemic, as students prepare to return to universities. Dame Anne Johnson, of University College London, told the BBC data showed the highest number of detected…
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Coronavirus: Tests ‘could be picking up dead virus’

The main test used to diagnose coronavirus is so sensitive it could be picking up fragments of dead virus from old infections, scientists say. Most people are infectious only for about a week, but could test positive weeks afterwards. Researchers…
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If sitting at a desk all day is bad during coronavirus, could I lie down to work instead?

Most of us have heard that too much sitting is bad for you. Studies show sitting increases the risk for cardiovascular disease and mortality, Type 2 diabetes and cancer. With Americans more sedentary than ever, that’s particularly alarming. Even before…
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‘From each according to ability; to each according to need’ – tracing the biblical roots of socialism’s enduring slogan

“From each according to ability; To each according to need,” is a phrase derived from where? A) The works of Karl Marx B) The Bible C) The Constitution of the United States If you answered “A,” you are kinda right.…
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Kamala Harris represents an opportunity for coalition building between Blacks and Asian Americans

Kamala Harris is the daughter of a Jamaican father and Indian mother; she is Black and South Asian. She celebrates both sides of her ancestry, which unites two racial groups that are often seen in the United States as being…
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Labor Day celebrates earning a living, but remember what work really means

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on U.S. employment is dire. Economists estimate that 1 in 5 workers have lost their jobs. As a result, many people are finding it difficult to keep a roof overhead and put food on…
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Why masks are a religious issue

Seemingly everyone has an opinion on masks: when to wear them, how to wear them, which ones are best and even whether we should be wearing them at all. For those in this last camp, a popular argument is that…
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Monuments ‘expire’ – but offensive monuments can become powerful history lessons

Historical monuments are intended to be timeless, but almost all have an expiration date. As society’s values shift, the legitimacy of monuments can and often does erode. This is because monuments – whether statues, memorials or obelisks – reveal the…
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