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Esther Dingley more likely to have ‘lost her way’ than be killed, expert says

ESTHER Dingley is more likely to have lost her way and become the victim of a tragic mountain accident than…

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‘I am furious with myself’: Unvaccinated Covid patient describes the exhausting illness

“The fact that I am here now, I am furious with myself,” she told CNN between deep, deliberate breaths. “Because…

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Cubs trade Anthony Rizzo to Yankees

The face of the Cubs franchise is headed to the Bronx. The Cubs have agreed to trade first baseman Anthony…

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COVID-19: ‘How can we protect our population?’ – Kenya’s president criticises vaccine nationalism

Kenya’s president has told Sky News that vaccine nationalism “has really shown how unequal this world is” – and has…

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Plane dumps 900 litres of water on newlyweds to create rainbow for wedding pics

BRIDAL shower takes on a new meaning for this couple as a plane dumps 900 litres of water on them.…

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Biden announces measures to incentivize Covid-19 vaccinations, including a requirement for federal employees

The new measures come amid a rise in Covid-19 hospitalizations and deaths in the US. The vast majority of those…

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Five new Brit witnesses in Ben Needham case claim they saw toddler on Corfu

FIVE new British witnesses in the Ben Needham case have claimed they saw the toddler on the island of Corfu…

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Nearly half of Republicans say ‘a time will come when patriotic Americans have to take the law into their own hands,’ new poll shows

A new poll offers an alarming picture of GOP beliefs about democracy. Almost half of Republicans said a time might…

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Uncontrolled firing from Russian module causes brief ‘tug of war’ on International Space Station

The International Space Station unexpectedly shifted in orbit on Thursday when thrusters on a newly docked Russian module began firing…

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White House won’t rule out future lockdowns, school closures if CDC says so

White House principal deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Thursday that the Biden administration will continue to “listen to the scientists”…

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