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    • 9th day of reverse Russia-Euro gas flow
      The Yamal-Europe pipeline that usually delivers Russian gas to Western Europe was sending the fuel back to Poland for a ninth straight day yesterday, as per data from German network operator Gascade.
    • 5th victim of rampage in Denver dies
      A HOTEL clerk gravely wounded in a Denver-area shooting spree died on Tuesday, bringing to five the number of people killed in Monday night’s rampage by a gunman, who was slain by police, authorities
    • Japan fears virus spread amid New Year holidays
      Japan braced for a feared rebound in coronavirus cases as the highways and airports filled with travelers at the start of New Year’s holidays yesterday.
    • Wreckage of WWII sub discovered
      Greek divers have discovered the wreckage of an Italian submarine 80 years after it was sunk by the Allied Forces in the Aegean Sea during World War II.
    • Andrew files claims against accuser
      A LAWYER for Britain’s Prince Andrew on Tuesday questioned whether Virginia Giuffre is legally entitled to pursue her civil lawsuit accusing the Duke of York of sexually abusing her when she was under
    • 5 dead in yet another US shooting spree
      A LONE gunman shot four people dead and wounded three, including a police officer, on Monday in a Denver-area shooting spree that unfolded at several locations and ended with police killing the suspec
    • Russia’s new post-Soviet rocket takes to the skies
      Russia has conducted a third launch of its new heavy-class Angara rocket, the first developed after the fall of the Soviet Union 30 years ago this month.
    • Girl in LA, 14, shot dead shopping
      Body-camera video released on Monday showed the chaotic, violent moments leading to the fatal Los Angeles police shooting of an assault suspect in a clothing store, and of a 14-year-old girl caught in
    • Japan aims for mission to the moon
      Japan revised the schedule of its space exploration plans yesterday, aiming to put a Japanese person on the moon by the latter half of the 2020s.
    • Japan maps out plan to release Fukushima water
      JAPAN’S government yesterday mapped out a plan for releasing contaminated water from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, including compensation standards for local industry and the compilation
    • Weather disasters cost world US$170b in 2021
      The 10 most expensive weather disasters this year caused more than US$170 billion in damage, US$20 billion more than in 2020, a British aid group said yesterday.
    • Japanese figure skater nails a place in Olympics
      Two-time Olympic figure skating champion Yuzuru Hanyu has booked his place at the Beijing Games, laying down a marker with a commanding win at Japan’s national championships on Sunday.

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