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The mystery illness has struck in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh, and was first detected on Saturday evening in Eluru.
MPs throw furniture as political turmoil grips DRC
It came a day after President Félix Tshisekedi announced the end of the governing coalition
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The first man to fly a plane faster than the speed of sound, Charles “Chuck” Yeagar, has died aged 97.
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Madrid's hotels adapt their offers to survive COVID-19 pandemic
In Spain, the number of foreign visitors is down more than 80 per cent this year. Madrid's hotels are turning to new strategies in their struggle to survive the pandemic.
Turkey orders arrest of 304 over suspected ties to aborted 2016 coup
Following the coup attempt, President Erdogan and his government instigated purges of the military and civil society on an unprecedented scale in modern Turkish history.
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New Zealand mosque shootings report says far-right threat overlooked
Intelligence agencies were too focused on the threat posed by Islamist extremism at the expense of other dangers including white supremacism, the report says.
Election misinformation isn't an American phenomenon - it's spreading across Europe, too ǀ View
The recent US presidential elections have been marred by accusations of voter fraud, with misinformation spreading online. It's not just an American-centric issue. The problem is spreading across Europe ahead of crucial elections in France and Germany in 2021.
Joe Biden picks ex-general Lloyd Austin as defence secretary — sources
If confirmed by the Senate, 67-year old Lloyd Austin would be the first African-American leader of the Pentagon.
Poland: Fears for press freedom as state firm buys private media group
Critics of the right-wing government called it a dark day for media freedom, since it effectively means the government is seizing control of an important publisher of independent news.
Grandmother, 90, is the first to get COVID-19 vaccine in the UK
Margaret Keenan said she felt “so privileged" to be the first person vaccinated against COVID-19.
EU agrees its own 'Magnitsky' regime to sanction human rights abuses
European foreign ministers met Monday and agreed to establish a European Magnitsky Act, designed to sanction serious human rights abuses.
Universal Music Group snaps up Bob Dylan's entire back catalogue
The purchase of the legendary singer-songwriter's work is thought to be one of the company's biggest acquisitions - yet no financial details have been given.