viernes, 29 de enero de 2021

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A New Coronavirus Variant From Brazil Is Found In Minnesota
A Minneapolis-area resident contracted a new variant of the coronavirus after traveling to Brazil. The strain is believed to be more transmissible.

Scottish independence: Will there be a second referendum?
Boris Johnson will visit Scotland on Thursday as polls suggest support for independence has risen.
Italy's Prime Minister will resign amid pandemic and political turmoil
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte will resign on Tuesday morning, his office said in a statement on Monday, heightening political turmoil in the country as it battles Covid-19.
Police take down botnet that hacked 'millions of computers'
Emotet, one of the world's most dangerous cyber crime services, has been taken down following one of the largest ever internationally-coordinated actions against cyber criminals.
GOT7's Jinyoung Officially Signs With BH Entertainment After Parting Ways With JYPAs
BH Entertainment guides mostly actors, and fans expect Jinyoung to concentrate on his acting career.

Protect Pregnant Women 'Through Research,' Not 'From Research,' OB-GYNs Urge
As COVID-19 vaccines roll out, doctors say it's long past time to address the exclusion of pregnant women from research on drugs and vaccines. They say better study design is the answer.

Bridgerton: Netflix says drama is its biggest series ever
The streaming giant says 82 million households watched the show in its first 28 days online.
Rafael Nadal: Story of a tennis legend
Spain's 19-time grand slam champion Rafael Nadal comes from a sporting family and it's shaped his life and how he plays the game.
Ex-Labour leader Corbyn 'alarmed and distressed' after being spat at during COVID crisis
Former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was left "alarmed and distressed" after being spat at during last year's first wave of coronavirus infections, a court has heard.
ISS Crew Member Reveals Difficulties of Filming Virtual Reality Documentary in Space
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The crew on the International Space Station (ISS) has faced unique challenges while producing a new virtual reality documentary although factors such as weightlessness have also provided an advantage, Russian cosmonaut and ISS engineer Sergey Kud-Sverchkov told Sputnik.

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