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Man snuck out of Westerdam quarantine in Cambodia…flew to Bangkok, Dubai, and Seattle in order to return home to Oregon. : worldnews

Its a good thing this one isn't all that deadly. We can get some practice in for when it is. We should be taking advantage of this situation to develop the systems, incentives, and methods necessary in order to combat some future outbreak that is way deadlier than this one.There are some great lessons to be...

We’re part of the team of USA TODAY reporters covering coronavirus. Ask us anything! : worldnews

We're part of the team of USA TODAY reporters covering coronavirus. Ask us anything! : worldnews
As of February 17 at 10:43 a.m. EST, there were 71,902 confirmed coronavirus cases across 29 countries, and 1,775 deaths attributed to the illness. The majority of the confirmed cases, and all but five of the deaths, have been in mainland China. We only have 15 cases in the United States, 13 of which are travel, two of...

Dawn Butler: I’m mistaken for other black female MPs at least once a week | Politics

Dawn Butler, the Labour deputy leader candidate, has revealed she is mistaken for other black female colleagues “at least once a week” and described her “exhausting battle” to be correctly identified, after the BBC confused her with fellow MP Marsha de Cordova earlier this month. The senior Labour MP, who was the first black woman to speak at the...

Italian town Teora hopes to lure new residents by paying their rent

(CNN) — After numerous Italian communities have tried to revive their dwindling populations by selling off dilapidated homes for little more than a dollar, one town has come up with a new approach. Teora, a pretty destination located in the southern region of Campania, is hoping to lure potential residents by offering to pay towards their rent if...

U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Russian Oil Company Supporting Venezuela’s Leader

WASHINGTON — The United States on Tuesday imposed tough economic sanctions against a Russian oil giant that is keeping Venezuela’s ruling government afloat, in a gamble that could roil global oil prices.The sanctions were levied against Rosneft Trading, a subsidiary of the Russian state-controlled oil company, and Didier Casimiro, who is identified on the company’s website as vice...
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