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VIRUS OUTBREAK-COLLEGES — According to the Associated Press analysis, 26 of the 50 largest public university campuses in the United States do not require vaccination, accounting for approximately 55% of students enrolled in these schools. Universities with vaccination obligations are concentrated in the northeast California Almost all non-obligatory people, such as Florida, Texas, and Arizona, are in states that limit their ability to implement COVID-19 vaccine requirements. By AmyDi Pierro and Pat Eaton-Robb. Send: 1,020 words, photos, videos.
CALIFORNIA-RECALL — Governor of California. Gavin Newsom A contest organized by the Democratic Party as part of a national battle over the party’s values in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and the ongoing threat from “trumpism”, aimed at the early absence of him. I emphasized the recall and defeated it. By Kathleen Ronine and Michael R. Brad. Sent: 1,210 words, photos, videos. Use CALIFORNIA-RECALL-TAKEAWAYS — 5 points after Newsom survived California’s recall attempt. CALIFORNIA-RECALL-GOP-FRAUD-CLAIMS — There are few voting issues reported in the California Recall. CALIFORNIA-RECALL-RACE-CALLS —Why is there no “winner” to replace Newsum in a recall?
South Korean tensions — North Korea launched two ballistic missiles into the sea, contrary to a UN resolution.According to experts, the second weapons test in a few days will be nuclear diplomacy. America I’m still stuck. Only a few hours later Korea It says it ran the first underwater missile test. Kim Hyun Jin and Kim Tong Hyun. Send: 730 words, photo.
GOP-REFUGEES — Tens of thousands of Afghan refugees fleeing the Taliban have arrived in the United States, and a few former Trump administration officials are working to oppose Republicans against them. Former officials are turning the collapse of Afghanistan into another opportunity to promote a tough immigration agenda. By Jill Corbin. Send: 1,130 words, photo.
Outbreak of the virus-Elderly people in Zimbabwe — The economic devastation of COVID-19 has forced some Zimbabwean families to abandon the old tradition of caring for the elderly. Some older people are roaming the streets. Lucky people end up in facilities for the elderly. Once widely regarded by many Zimbabweans as “non-Africans,” they oppose the social ties that have united extended families for generations.Future: 890 words, photos by 5 am
Russian Elections-Domestic Violence — Women’s rights activist Alyona Popova has sought to persuade Congressmen to knock on the door and adopt legislation against domestic violence over the past five years. This year she is running for parliamentary seats, along with several other Kremlin critics who were not locked out of the race. By Daria Litvinova. Send: 1,150 words, photo.
Climate Change Delays — A new scientific report examining what countries are doing to combat climate change shows that almost every country is inadequate. According to a report by the Climate Action Tracker, only one country, the small Gambia in Africa, has plans to limit warming to the goals set in the 2015 Paris Agreement. NS England It is the only developed country that is approaching. And the plans of the United States and the European Union are considered inadequate. By science writer Seth Bolenstein. Sent: 460 words, photo.
OBIT-NORM MACDONALD — Former “Saturday Night Live” comic Norm Macdonald died at the age of 61. Send: 800 words, photo.
TRUMP-BOOK — Book: Top US officers were afraid that Trump could order a strike in China. Send: 790 words, photo.
APPLE-EVENT — Apple’s next iPhone reflects last year and adds storage. Sent: 590 words, photo.
Details of virus outbreak
VIRUS-OUTBREAK-ALASKA — Overwhelmed by the proliferation of COVID-19 patients, Alaska’s largest hospital provided critical standard treatment and prioritized resources and treatment to those who were most likely to benefit. Sent: 680 words, photo. Use VIRUS-OUTBREAK-THE-LATEST.
Virus Outbreaks-France — Hospitals are potentially as thousands of rebellious French healthcare workers face the potential for suspension of work and all healthcare workers are vaccinated. We are facing a shortage of staff. Sent: 540 words, photo.
VIRUS-OUTBREAK-CHINA — China has tightened blockades and increased orders for mass testing in cities along the east coast amid the recent surge in COVID-19 cases. Send: 270 words, photo.
Department of Justice-Abortion — The Department of Justice has requested a federal court in Texas to suspend the enforcement of new state laws banning most abortions in the state. Send: 410 words, photo.
Parliament-Budget — Democrats in the House of Representatives have begun serious work trying to implement President Joe Biden’s vast spending plan. By business writer Mercy Gordon. Send: 1,080 words, photo.
Tropical Weather — Residents of southern Louisiana, still recovering from Hurricane Aida just a few weeks ago, were preparing for the expected heavy rains as Nicholas crawls parts of the state from Texas. Sent: 780 words, photos, videos.
Mayor of Boston — Democrat Michelle Wu became the highest voter in the upcoming Mayor of Boston elections, but the race to decide on an opponent in November was premature. Sent: 790 words, photo.
Mother and son murdered — A prominent South Carolina lawyer who discovered the bodies of his wife and son three months ago died earlier this month so that his son would receive $ 10 million in life insurance. He tried to arrange, but only the planned deadly shot said state police grabbed his head. Send: 540 words, photo.
Pope Slovakia — Pope Francis concludes his four-day visit to Slovakia by plane to Sustain to celebrate Mass before returning to Rome.Upcoming: 600 words, photos, until 6am
Mercenary Hackers-UAE—Three former U.S. intelligence agencies and military operatives have confirmed that they will provide advanced hacking techniques to the United Arab Emirates and agree to pay approximately $ 1.7 million to resolve criminal charges. To do. Send: 840 words, photo.
UN-Afghanistan-Agriculture — 4 million Afghanistan face “food emergencies”, the majority of which are 36 million in the coming months to secure winter wheat planting, livestock feed and cash aid I live in a rural area where the dollar is urgently needed. For vulnerable families, the elderly and people with disabilities, according to UN officials. Send: 550 words, photo.
Hong Kong — Nine Hong Kong activists and former lawmakers have been sentenced to up to 10 months in prison for their role in candlelight vigil at Tiananmen Square, which was banned last year. This is the latest blow to crackdown on ongoing complaints in the city. Sent: 380 words, photo.
Business / economy
Financial Markets — Asian stock markets fell on Wall Street after lower-than-expected inflation in the United States amid fears of the effects of the spread of delta variants of the coronavirus. By business writer Joe Macdonald. Sent: 440 words, photo.
Art / entertainment
BOOKS-TENNESSEE-WILLIAMS — A rare Tennessee Williams short story confirms his long-standing passion for Italy and reveals concerns about how Italians felt about Americans. By national writer Hiller Italy. Send: 670 words, photo.
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