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    • NZ locks down Auckland after 4 fresh virus cases
      New Zealand said yesterday it was shutting down its largest city, Auckland, after four new cases of COVID-19 in the city, the first evidence of domestic transmission after being coronavirus-free for 102
    • World sending flour to help Lebanon make bread
      The World Food Programme will send 50,000 tons of wheat flour to Lebanon as an international aid after last week’s blast at Beirut’s port destroyed its only silo with all the private stocks held there,
    • Did Renaissance master give himself a nose job?
      Raphael probably didn’t like his nose, and replaced it with an idealized version in his famous self-portrait.
    • Gandhi’s golden glasses to go under the hammer
      A “rare and important” pair of iconic glasses worn by Indian independence hero Mahatma Gandhi look set to sell for tens of thousands of pounds after a British auction house put them up for sale on Mon
    • Rage over Chicago police shooting
      Hundreds of people descended on downtown Chicago early on Monday following a police shooting on the city’s South Side, with vandals smashing the windows of dozens of businesses and making off with merchandise,
    • 1 dead as gas explosion rocks Baltimore
      A NATURAL gas explosion destroyed three row houses in the US city of Baltimore on Monday morning, killing a woman and trapping other people in the debris.
    • Shots fired near White House, but Trump safe
      US President Donald Trump was abruptly escorted by a Secret Service agent out of the White House press room as he began a coronavirus briefing on Monday.
    • US wants to delay G7 again
      US President Donald Trump said on Monday he is interested in hosting G7 in a “calmer atmosphere” after the November presidential election, and that he has not decided whether to invite Russian President
    • Russia first to approve vaccine for coronavirus
      PRESIDENT Vladimir Putin said yesterday that Russia had become the first country in the world to grant regulatory approval to a COVID-19 vaccine, as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide
    • World pledges US$295m to help a nation in crisis
      World leaders on Sunday pledged more than 250 million euros (US$295 million) for disaster-struck Lebanon, with the emergency aid to be delivered “directly” to a population reeling from the deadly port
    • Lebanon’s govt falls amid rage at deadly blast
      Lebanon’s Cabinet has resigned over last week’s devastating blast at the Beirut port, the health minister said yesterday, a decision that was made under pressure as several ministers quit or expressed
    • Legacy of forced labor haunts Japan’s ties with its neighbors
      For years, Yeom Chan-soon was haunted by the cracking sound of a leather belt eating into the flesh of a fellow Korean mine worker being punished for trying to escape from forced labor in Japan.

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