Don’t panic, South African Minister said

The Minister of Health says South Africa has enough experience to deal with the new alternative South Africa’s health minister said there was “absolutely no need to panic” about the new alternative to the Omicron coronavirus, despite the high number of cases. “We’ve been here before,” added Joe Pahla, referring to a beta variant that… Continue reading Don’t panic, South African Minister said

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Manchester United appoint Ralf Rangnick as interim manager football news

The 63-year-old German, who will join from Lokomotiv Moscow, will be the interim manager of Manchester United until the end of the season. Manchester United announced, on Monday, the appointment of Ralf Rangnick as interim coach until the end of the current season, eight days after the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The 63-year-old German… Continue reading Manchester United appoint Ralf Rangnick as interim manager football news

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Turkey’s Erdogan said he will visit the UAE in February

Ankara, Turkey (AFP) – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he plans to make a return visit to the United Arab Emirates in February as the two countries move to put years of strained relations behind them. The powerful Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi visited Ankara last week, in his first official visit to… Continue reading Turkey’s Erdogan said he will visit the UAE in February

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Trump’s defense secretary sues the Pentagon over revision of memos | Donald Trump News

Mark Esper says the administration “arbitrarily” redacted the manuscript, which details his time in the Donald Trump administration. Former Pentagon chief Mark Esper has accused the Defense Department of unnecessary censorship of his “candid and frank memoirs” detailing his time in the administration of former President Donald Trump, according to a new lawsuit. Esper’s memoir,… Continue reading Trump’s defense secretary sues the Pentagon over revision of memos | Donald Trump News

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Oscar Pistorius is preparing to meet the parents of the victim, Riva Steenkamp

Oscar Pistorius’ trial and subsequent hearings attracted significant media attention Imprisoned former Paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius has been moved to a different prison before meeting the parents of Reva Steenkamp, ​​his girlfriend he murdered in 2013. The meeting is part of a process that could eventually lead to the 35-year-old’s conditional release. South Africa has… Continue reading Oscar Pistorius is preparing to meet the parents of the victim, Riva Steenkamp

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Venezuela’s Maduro calls EU election observers ‘spies’ | Nicolas Maduro News

Observers said polls saw better conditions than previous years, but raised concerns about some practices. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has dismissed members of the European Union Election Observation Mission, which was sent to monitor regional elections last week, as “spies”. Maduro’s conviction on Sunday came after observers said the vote, in which opposition candidates took… Continue reading Venezuela’s Maduro calls EU election observers ‘spies’ | Nicolas Maduro News

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Asia tightens its borders with Omicron clouds The region returns to travel | Corona virus pandemic

Hwaseong, South Korea – Asia Pacific countries are tightening borders and delaying reopening plans in response to the Omicron coronavirus variant, dealing a blow to the region’s already slow resumption of international travel. Japan announced on Monday that the country will ban foreign arrivals from Tuesday, just weeks after easing restrictions on visa holders including… Continue reading Asia tightens its borders with Omicron clouds The region returns to travel | Corona virus pandemic

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Interfaith love is a danger amid the rush of Hindu nationalism in India

BLAGAVI, India (Associated Press) – Arbaaz Mullah’s love story began, as novels often do, when he first laid eyes on the woman of his dreams, Shweta Kumbar. For nearly three years, their relationship’s courtship was in many ways similar to that of any other couple: they went on dates and movies, took selfies, went to… Continue reading Interfaith love is a danger amid the rush of Hindu nationalism in India

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Opposition advances after “huge” turnout in Honduran elections | Election News

Preliminary results of the presidential elections in Honduras showed that opposition candidate Xiomara Castro is clearly ahead of conservative ruling party rival Nasri Asfoura, after both sides declared victory after the polls closed on Sunday. With votes counted from just over 16 percent of the ballot boxes, the National Electoral Council said, Castro had 53.4… Continue reading Opposition advances after “huge” turnout in Honduran elections | Election News

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Japan Bans Entry Of Foreign Visitors As Omicron Spreads

Tokyo (AFP) – Japan announced Monday that it will suspend entry to all foreign visitors from around the world as the novel coronavirus spreads. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said the measure would go into effect on Tuesday. The decision means Japan will restore border controls it eased earlier this month for short-term business visitors, students… Continue reading Japan Bans Entry Of Foreign Visitors As Omicron Spreads

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Blood test offers new hope for people with bipolar depression | mental health news

A blood test using RNA markers offers new hope for people with mood disorders such as depression in what could be an important advance in diagnosing mental health conditions. A team from the Indiana University School of Medicine launched the blood test in April, claiming it is psychiatry’s first biological answer to a mood disorder… Continue reading Blood test offers new hope for people with bipolar depression | mental health news

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South African president calls for Omicron to lift travel ban

The South African president has condemned the travel ban imposed on his country and its neighbors due to the novel coronavirus variant, Omicron. Cyril Ramaphosa said he was “deeply disappointed” by the measure, which he described as unjustified, and called for the ban to be lifted urgently. The United Kingdom, the European Union and the… Continue reading South African president calls for Omicron to lift travel ban

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Macau police arrest 11 for illegal gambling | Business and Economy

The arrests come a day after fire tycoon Alvin Chao was questioned by police in the Special Administrative Region. Macau police said they have arrested 11 people in an investigation into an illegal gambling syndicate and money laundering, a day after businessman Alvin Chao, who organizes trips to Asian casinos for big-spending gamblers, was questioned… Continue reading Macau police arrest 11 for illegal gambling | Business and Economy

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Doubt and sacrifice as fighting spreads in Ethiopia

Volunteers on a nightly patrol looking for suspicious activity earlier this month After dark, in a residential neighborhood in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, dozens of civilian volunteers were busy patrolling their streets one night last week, stopping and searching cars and checking documents. An old man who seemed to be coordinating the searches said,… Continue reading Doubt and sacrifice as fighting spreads in Ethiopia

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