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Race to rescue animals as Brazilian wetlands burn
Wildlife guide Eduarda Fernandes steers a speedboat up the Piquiri River in western Brazil, scanning the horizon for jaguars wounded in the wildfires ripping through the Pantanal, the world's biggest tropical wetlands.
Race for new Japan PM starts after Abe’s shock resignation
The race to succeed Prime Minister Abe Shinzo has kicked off informally, with several contenders announcing their plans to stand, a day after Japan's longest-serving leader announced his resignation.
Study points to race, equipment access for higher virus risk in British, American health staff
Researchers raised fears that "systematic racism" in the provision of protective equipment was putting minority health workers at greater risk, as a study showed higher coronavirus infection rates among British and American medical staff.
Wide shift in opinion on police, race rare in US polling
It’s rare for public opinion on social issues to change sharply and swiftly. And yet in the wake of George Floyd’s death, Americans’ opinions about police brutality and racial injustice have moved dramatically.
UK launches COVID-19 vaccine study, latest in race
Testing of an experimental COVID-19 vaccine began in healthy volunteers in the UK, the latest in a cluster of early-stage studies in search of protection against the coronavirus.
20 contenders advance in visual effects Oscar race
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences raised the curtain on its list of contenders for the visual effects Oscar. The 20 pics include superhero blockbusters, the next Star Wars film, war movies, a Netflix original and the upcoming adaptation of one of Broadway’s biggest hit musicals.
Amnesty: Bahrain seeks to ‘sportwash’ image by hosting Formula One race
Amnesty International says the “deeply repressive” Bahraini regime is trying to rehabilitate its image by hosting the Formula One race.
US bolts Cold War missile treaty as Russia warns of arms race
The United States said Friday that it would exit a landmark Cold War nuclear missile treaty due to purported violations by Russia, which has warned of a new arms race in retaliation.
British sailor crashes boat as nap 'costs him victory' in solo transatlantic race
A British sailor, who overslept and crashed into land, probably costing him victory in a marathon solo race, said he will "keep a brave face, keep smiling, come back and do it all again".
Race now plays smaller role in Americans' risk of dying young
The racial gap between black and white Americans for dying early has narrowed, but opioid overdose deaths among whites might be fueling part of that otherwise positive trend.
Animation about Iran among 26 features submitted for 90th Oscar race
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences approved 26 animation feature submissions for the 90th Oscar race. An animation about Iran 'Window Horses the Poetic Persian Epiphany of Rosie Ming', written and directed by Ann Marie Fleming, is among the first lineup.
Iran defeated to get off race
Iran’s chances of a place in 2017 FIVB Volleyball World League Finals in Brazil were seriously jeopardized as the defeat against USA in straight sets (25-17, 25-22, 30-28) leaves the Asian side in 10th place of the Group 1 table with two games to spare.
Iran to meet USA as race heats up
Iran and USA meet for the seventh time in World League history later tonight in their opener of Week 3 of the 2017 FIVB World League.
Mayor Qalibaf withdraws from presidential race
Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf, one of the candidates in Iran's upcoming presidential elections, in a statement on Monday, announced that he is withdrawing from the presidential race while backing another candidate, Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi.
Iran candidates hone messages in presidential race
The six candidates in the 12th Iranian presidential election have outlined their programs, with President Hassan Rouhani pledging to put his focus on creating jobs “not in words but in practice.”

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