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Coronavirus Infections Rise In China, Around World | Voice of America - English
voanews.com 2 hours ago
He say infections are expected to continue to rise. Nearly 2,000 people in China have been infected by the deadly contagion. China said 688 new cases were diagnosed Saturday.

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Tanhaji The Unsung Warrior has done Double Century | તાન્હાજી : ધ અનસંગ વૉરિયરએ મારી ડબલ સેન્ચુરી - entertainment
Gujarati News (ગુજરાતી સમાચાર) |... 1 hour ago
૧૦ જાન્યુઆરીએ રિલીઝ થયેલી 'તાન્હાજી : ધ અનસંગ વૉરિયર'એ બૉક્સ-ઑફિસ પર ડબલ સેન્ચુરી મારી છે. 'તાન્હાજી : ધ અનસંગ વૉરિયર'ને ૨૦૨૦ની બ્લૉક બસ્ટર બનાવવા માટે સૌનો આભાર.'. ફિલ્મે અત્યાર સુધીમાં ૨૦૨.૮૩ કરોડનો બિઝનેસ કર્યો છે.

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Federer roars into record 15th Australian Open quarterfinal
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MELBOURNE, Australia - Roger Federer flicked a switch after losing the opening set to crush Marton Fucsovics and book a record 15th Australian Open quarterfinal on Sunday, January 26. "It was a tough start, Marton played very clean," said Federer, who surpassed John Newcombe for most Australian Open quarterfinal appearances. The pair have never met before, as Federer noted: "I've played a lot of tennis in my life but never against Tennys.".

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'Unwilling to Act Rationally/Professionally' - Jason Greenblatt Criticizes PA Leadership for Rejecting the Unreleased De...
The Jewish Press 22 minutes ago
Jason Greenblatt, former assistant to President Donald Trump and the former US Middle East Envoy, slammed the Palestinian Authority's (PA) leadership after they announced their rejection of President Donald Trump's Deal of the Century Middle East peace plan before it is even published. “The Palestinian leadership has a clear and unwavering position, rejecting Trump's decisions on Jerusalem and other issues as well as everything that has to do with the so-called deal of the century,” he stated. “Rejecting something you haven't seen, unwilling to act rationally/professionally, unrealistic demands that won't happen, never thinking about Pals and improving lives,” he wrote.

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Wasserman Schultz's legacy as DNC chair | Letters - South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel 9 hours ago
I'm so excited that the Florida Panthers will be hosting the 2021 NHL All-Star Game. Interesting that your Editorial Board interview with Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz never mentioned her role as chairperson of the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 election cycle. Her legacy for the upcoming 2020 election is the Democrats are heading down the same path, allowing the candidates to support a progressive socialist platform guaranteeing Trump's re-election.

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Precedent? Nah, the Senate gets to reinvent its rules in every impeachment | Salon.com
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Everybody seems to be using the word "precedent" right now. The word "precedent" has a technical legal meaning and a common one. This kind of precedent is nonbinding and merely instructive.

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The Sports Report: Does this mean LeBron is better than Kobe? - Los Angeles Times
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Who is the better player, LeBron or Kobe? You can see more LeBron numbers by clicking here. In the third quarter of the Lakers' 108-91 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers, LeBron James did it.

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Kim Jong Un a 'Great Golfer,' Trump said in 2018 | Voice of America - English
voanews.com 2 hours ago
The comments came as Trump was shifting his approach toward the young North Korean leader. And a location, plus a date,” Trump said. Trump said, apparently referencing the U.S. military presence in Korea.

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Broncos Insider: What team should Denver fans be rooting for in the Super Bowl?
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With the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers set to duel in Super Bowl LIV on Feb. 2 in Miami, which team should Broncos fans being rooting for from the couch? On the other hand, would San Francisco winning a sixth Super Bowl bother Denver fans? Former CU cornerback Ahkello Witherspoon is playing in his first Super Bowl.

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Some Batangas residents return home as Taal Volcano eases
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The municipality of Taal, meanwhile, provided government vehicles to fetch residents. Melisia Manalo, 63, is among the Mataasnakahoy residents who went home on Sunday. BATANGAS, Philippines - Some evacuees were finally able to return to their homes on Sunday, January 26, as state volcanologists lowered Taal Volcano's status to Alert Level 3.

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Israel approves travel to Saudi under limited circumstances | Israel News | Al Jazeera
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Israelis, mostly from among the country's Arab citizens, currently do travel to Saudi Arabia. Travellers would still need permission from Saudi authorities, the statement said. Israel on Sunday announced it would permit Israeli citizens to travel to Saudi Arabia for the first time, under certain conditions.

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Germany warns of 'mass exit' of Jews if hatred persists
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More than 1.1 million people, mainly Jews, were killed at Auschwitz-Birkenau. FRANKFURT, Germany - Foreign Minister Heiko Maas warned Sunday, January 26, that Jews could leave Germany on a "massive" scale if urgent action was not taken to stem rising anti-Semitism. Almost one in two Jews has considered leaving Germany, he said, a country that has long taken pains to confront its Nazi past.

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India celebrates Republic Day with military parade - Houston Chronicle
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NEW DELHI (AP) - Thousands of Indians converged on a ceremonial boulevard in the capital amid tight security to celebrate the Republic Day on Sunday, which marks the 1950 anniversary of the country's democratic constitution. Bolsonaro joined the two Indian leaders as the military parade marched through a central avenue near the Presidential Palace. During the celebrations, schoolchildren, folk dancers, and police and military battalions marched through New Delhi's parade route, followed by a military hardware display.

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Turkey: Toddler pulled alive from quake rubble | World News | Sky News
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Turkey: Toddler pulled alive from quake rubble. A girl and her mother were pulled from the rubble of an apartment building, more than 24 hours after an earthquake struck Turkey. Why you can trust Sky News.

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Dark cloud looms over new artists celebrating at Grammys
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Alicia Keys is hosting the Grammys, which airs live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles at 8 p.m. That energy puts a dark cloud over nominees like Lizzo, Eilish and Lil Nas X, breakthrough acts who are competing for top prizes like album of the year, record of the year and best new artist. The show will also include special tributes to Prince, Nipsey Hussle - who is posthumously nominated for three awards - and longtime Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich, who is wrapping up his career with the show Sunday.

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Georgia inmate who came close to execution in 2017 dies - ABC News
ABC Newscachedstripped 1 hour ago
Keith “Bo” Tharpe, 61, died of natural causes Friday, Georgia Department of Corrections spokeswoman Joan Heath confirmed in an email Sunday. “In my experience I have observed that there are two types of black people: 1. (N-words),” Gattie said, according to a sworn statement he signed in 1998.

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The Grammy Awards: "Sunday Morning" looks back at landmarks of the Recording Academy's annual honors - CBS News
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The very first Grammy gathering was held in May 1959. But everyone agrees on this: The official weight of a Grammy statuette is six pounds. Late classical conductor Sir Georg Solti, with 31 Grammys, followed by artist-producer-arranger Quincy Jones, who has 28 Grammy statuettes.

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Iraq Forces Use Live Rounds on Demonstrators | Voice of America - English
voanews.com 3 hours ago
Iraqi security forces, seeking to disperse protesters, used live bullets Sunday, wounding demonstrators in the capital, Baghdad, and the southern city of Nassiriya. Without Sadr's support, protesters had predicted Iraq's many militias and divisions of security forces would attack the demonstrators. Prominent cleric Muqafa al-Sadr withdrew his support Saturday for the four-month-long sit-ins and rallies in Iraq that have threatened the status quo.

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Top seed Barty battles into Australian Open quarter-finals - France 24
France 24 Englishcachedstripped 5 hours ago
Top seed and home hope Ashleigh Barty survived a scare to battle into the Australian Open quarter-finals in three sets on Sunday. Barty, unflappable in her title charge up until now, kept making errors. Barty then gathered herself to hold serve.

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