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World - International
1/16/2022 1:40:03 PM
Britain's main opposition leader on Sunday accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson of breaking the law, but the government vowed changes after a bruising series of revelations about lockdown-breaching parties.

Life & Style - Health
1/16/2022 1:12:37 PM
There’s more evidence that one of the world’s most common viruses may set some people on the path to developing multiple sclerosis

Sports - World
1/14/2022 2:34:32 PM
Bayern Munich left back Alphonso Davies has been sidelined with evidence of heart muscle inflammation after being infected with the coronavirus, coach Julian Nagelsmann said Friday.

World - International
1/14/2022 1:25:21 PM
Germany's economy grew modestly last year, likely shrinking in the final months as the coronavirus pandemic and supply chain issues held back Europe's industrial powerhouse, official data showed Friday.

World - International
1/14/2022 12:25:29 PM
Hong Kong announced a ban on passengers from most of the world transiting its airport on Friday as China ramps up strict anti-virus travel measures ahead of the Winter Olympics.

World - International
1/13/2022 8:33:40 PM
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was fighting for his political future on Thursday as his Conservatives descended into open internal warfare after he belatedly apologised for attending a party during the coronavirus lockdown.

Arts & Culture - Film
1/13/2022 1:27:03 PM
The Berlin International Film Festival is going to take place in person next month despite rising virus numbers in Germany, especially in the capital, organizers said Wednesday

World - International
1/12/2022 3:50:58 PM
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Wednesday offered "heartfelt apologies" for attending a lockdown-breaching party held in his Downing Street garden, but deflected calls to resign as the opposition leader called him a "man without shame".

World - International
1/10/2022 6:21:57 PM
Italy targeted the unvaccinated with a host of new coronavirus restrictions Monday, with proof of vaccination or recovery from a recent infection required to enter public transport, coffee shops, hotels, gyms and other everyday activities.

AFCON 2021 - Features
1/7/2022 3:06:35 PM
The threat of the resurgent coronavirus will hang heavily over the African Cup of Nations soccer tournament when it opens on Sunday in Cameroon.

World - International
1/6/2022 8:17:57 PM
Thousands of Chicago students remained out of school for a second straight day Thursday after leaders of the nation's third-largest school district failed to resolve a deepening clash with the influential teachers union over COVID-19 safety protocols.

Sports - World
1/6/2022 4:28:03 PM
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has tested positive for Covid-19 in a major outbreak at the Premier League club as Burnley also announced on Thursday that manager Sean Dyche had been sidelined by the virus.

AFCON 2021 - News
1/6/2022 2:46:11 PM
The African Cup of Nations will finally open in Cameroon on Sunday, three years later than planned and after two delays.

Sports - Omni sports
1/5/2022 11:24:15 AM
China on Wednesday reported a major drop in local COVID-19 infections in the northern city of Xi'an, which has been under a tight lockdown for the past two weeks that has tested the city's ability to provide supplies for those confined to their homes.

World - International
1/5/2022 9:45:00 AM
France reported a record-smashing 271,686 daily virus cases Tuesday as Omicron infections race across the country, burdening hospital staff and threatening to disrupt transport, schools, and other services.

World - International
1/3/2022 11:17:30 PM
Some school systems around the U.S. extended their holiday break Monday or switched back to online instruction because of the explosion in COVID-19 cases, while others pressed ahead with in-person classes amid a seemingly growing sense that Americans will have to learn to co-exist with the virus.

World - International
1/3/2022 8:26:40 PM
Dutch schools will reopen next week as planned after a longer than usual Christmas holiday, the government announced Monday, despite rising infections fuelled by the Omicron variant.

World - International
1/2/2022 10:54:34 AM
France announced an easing of Covid restrictions from Monday and Britain's health minister said curbs were an "absolute last resort", as governments face tough choices between controlling the virus and keeping economies open.

AFCON 2021 - News
1/1/2022 9:47:29 PM
An African Cup of Nations warmup game between defending champion Algeria and Gambia was called off hours before kick-off in Qatar on Saturday after several Gambia soccer players tested positive for the coronavirus.

World - International
1/1/2022 3:14:49 PM
With COVID-19 cases surging just as students are about to return from winter break, dozens of U.S. colleges are moving classes online again for at least the first week or so of the semester, and some warn it could stretch longer if the wave of infection doesn't subside soon.

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