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76-year-old British grandmother urges people to get COVID jab as she is 'over the moon' after receiving hers
Linda Robinson, from Ryhope, England was delighted to be called for her first coronavirus jab and now she wants to urge others to do the same.
American Mom’s mistakes lead to good kids who focus on others
One mom who realized she was missing the mark in raising truly good kids has figured out the answer and is on a mission to help other parents learn from her mistakes.
Baby abandoned on side of road in Houston of US found by Amazon driver
Neighbors on northside of Houston, US, are thanking an Amazon delivery driver for helping to find a baby that was abandoned after an apparent carjacking.
Climate data to aid drought resilience in Australia
Farmers in Australia will be given access to specialized climate data to help build their drought resilience under a new federal government initiative.
Egypt’s ‘floating' pyramid exposed after pharaoh’s ‘4,000-year-old secret decoded’
Egypt's incredible "floating" pyramid has been exposed in a new documentary "decoding" its secrets "locked away for 4,000 years".
Approved drug could make radiation therapy more effective for head, neck cancer: Study
Head and neck cancer is the sixth most common cancer worldwide, and while effective treatments exist, sadly, the cancer often returns.
Diet and lifestyle changes lower risk for GERD symptoms in women
Although clinicians commonly recommend diet and lifestyle modifications to prevent gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) symptoms, few prospective data inform these recommendations.
Hope for tourism in Wales after 'devastating' pandemic
There is hope for the tourism industry in Wales for this year, despite the "devastating" impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, business owners have said.
Italy's Lombardy spars with government over virus data mishap
Italy’s Lombardy region and the central government exchanged blame over the release of COVID-19 data that wrongly condemned the region to stricter restrictions.
London stock market facing blockbuster IPO year
London will enjoy a very strong year for stock market flotations, analysts say, arguing that both Brexit and coronavirus offer firms a unique opportunity to expand.
KLM to keep long-haul flights as COVID testing demands are softened
Dutch airline KLM will keep operating long-haul flights, including for vaccine distribution, after agreeing with the government on softer demands for returning air crews to carry out rapid COVID-19 tests.
'Inevitable' Google and Facebook will pay for news, Australian treasurer says
Josh Frydenberg warned the Internet giants it is “inevitable” they will pay for news content and their threats to shut down core functions in Australia do them a “big disservice”.
Pandemic disruption to learning an opportunity to reimagine, revitalize education: UN chief
To mark the third International Day of Education, January 24, 2021, UN Secretary-General António Guterres paid tribute to the resilience of students, teachers and families in the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic that, at its peak, forced almost every school, institute and university to close its doors.
Trump's extreme-right backers angry and not going anywhere
The American far right is angry: Angry at Joe Biden, angry at Donald Trump, angry at the enigmatic "Q" and angry with themselves.

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