Bristish pub

End of the coronavirus ‘dry law’ in the UK: pubs reopen

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In a show of caution, almost half of the pubs in Camden were still closed early Saturday morning. Some decided to delay the opening to Sunday to avoid the first wave of "punters", others...
MV Ever Given Suez

Suez Canal collapsed: one of the world’s largest cargo ships runs aground, slowing down...

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One of the world's largest cargo ships ran aground in the Suez Canal on Tuesday morning, blocking traffic through this key Egyptian shipping lane. The MV Ever Given is considered one of the world's largest...

Chaos in airports

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Chaos in dozens of airports after blocking computer systems Passengers at dozens of airports around the world are experiencing huge delays after computer systems in the chek in system have fallen, reports the British newspaper...
Germany Namibia genocide starvation

Germany acknowledges for the first time that it committed genocide in Namibia during the...

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In the early 20th century, German colonial troops murdered tens of thousands of members of the Herero and Nama ethnic groups in what was then known as German South West Africa, now Namibia. Historians...
Seattle Police dismantle CHAZ

Police dismantle CHAZ for “illegal and brutal” drift

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Seattle police were working to clean up the anarchist campsite, dubbed a "security force-free zone" -- a sort of American 15 -- for its "illegal and brutal" drift after weeks of violence, including four...
World Health Organization headquarters

US officially withdraws from the World Health Organization

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The United States has formalized its exit from the World Health Organization (WHO). This has been confirmed by Democratic Party Senator Bob Menendez on Twitter. The news has been confirmed to the newspaper specialized...
US Capitol

Alert on Capitol Hill: two dead after driver drove into officers and triggered a...

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A car rammed a security barricade at the U.S. Capitol on Friday, injuring two police officers who were taken to the hospital, where one of them died shortly after, as confirmed at a press...
Inmigrants

The US Supreme Court empowers the government to deny residency to anyone who has...

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The Supreme Court issued a unanimous ruling Monday upholding the government's ability to veto a green card for foreigners under a temporary protection from deportation program who have entered the country illegally. The decision is...
Bitcoin

What is cryptojacking and how can you avoid being used illegally to mine cryptocurrencies?

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Early 2018 saw the explosion of a new malware trend that as of today has become one of the biggest security threats on the web: cryptojacking or illicit cryptocurrency mining, a type of malicious...
New York thief

A masked man assaults 21 stores in New York in a month and a...

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A masked man has robbed at least 21 establishments since the coronavirus pandemic broke out in New York City in mid-March, according to the city's police department, which has released images of the individual. Law...
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