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China avoiding WHO coronavirus investigation: reports

With Beijing desperate to avoid blame for a virus that has killed more than 1.8 million people worldwide, China is tightening up its story...

Haunting photo shows man moments before plunging 350 feet to his death in Zimbabwe

A haunting photo shows a tourist stepping up to the edge of Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls — just before he plunged more than 350...

McDonald’s adds three new sandwiches to compete in chicken wars

On Monday, the company announced three versions of a new chicken sandwich, which will be available nationally on February 24: The Crispy Chicken Sandwich,...

Georgia Senate election on knife-edge in vote count

Elections in the US state of Georgia that will decide control of the Senate are too close to call amid a nail-biting ballot count. Republicans...

China says Biden represents ‘new window of hope’ for relations with US

China believes President-elect Joe Biden represents a "new window of hope" for the country's relationship with the United States, according to state media. Biden's critics have expressed...

Arab countries agree to end years-long feud with Qatar that divided Gulf

Three Gulf Arab countries — Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates -- along with Egypt severed diplomatic ties with Qatar in mid-2017 after...

The 96-year-old pianist refusing to stop the music

South Korean Jegal Sam has been playing the piano for 82 years - and is still going strong. The 96-year-old has been inseparable from the...

Kim Jong Un thanks North Koreans for enduring ‘difficult times’

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un sent a New Year's letter to his people, reportedly the first time a leader in the country has...

Covid pandemic dampens New Year celebrations around the world

New Year celebrations around the world have been muted as many countries struggle to curb new spikes in coronavirus cases. Fireworks displays and other public...

Ontario’s finance minister, went to Caribbean holiday amid pandemic, resigns

Ontario’s finance minister resigned Thursday after provoking outrage for taking a holiday in the Caribbean earlier this month in defiance of his own government’s pandemic...

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