Preserved dinosaur embryo found inside fossilized eggTongans warned of acid rain after volcanic eruption

Biden says he’s considering lifting U.S. Omicron travel ban

President Joe Biden said he’s considering lifting travel restrictions on people arriving from southern African countries where the omicron variant of coronavirus was first identified, after it became the dominant strain in the US

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Europe’s COVID cases running 40 percent higher than at same time last year, WHO says

The World Health Organization says that Europe is experiencing a much larger COVID-19 surge than it did at the same time last year.

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Perfectly preserved dinosaur embryo found inside fossilized egg

A life-reconstruction illustration shows a small animal in a tight tuck, legs pulled up, back curved, beaked head bent toward its tail.

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Celebrities reveal their favorite gifts

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Gift-giving can be one of the most pleasurable experiences in life. But choosing something meaningful that you know will be appreciated is not an easy task. It can be stressful with birthdays or Christmas fast approaching. These celebrities have shared their favorite gifts to give and receive. Some are outrageous, some are strange, and some are so thoughtful that they may inspire you the next time you shop for someone.Click through this gallery to see the favorite gifts these celebrities ever gave and received.

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High shipping rates wreak havoc on Nepal’s foreign trade

The Covid-19 pandemic brought massive disruptions to supply chains worldwide, pushing up transportation costs to new highs.

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Blunders caused backlash, says Imran Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan Tuesday blamed the selection of wrong candidates as the major cause of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s poor performance in the local bodies election in 17 districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

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Haitians mourn victims of fuel truck blast as anger simmers

Haitians on Tuesday mourned victims of a fuel truck blast that killed 90 people last week, though many stayed home out of anger at the government amid a string of tragedies in a Caribbean nation plagued by gang violence, poverty and political turmoil.

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One dead, at least 70 missing after landslide at Myanmar jade mine: rescue team

At least 70 people were missing and one confirmed dead on Wednesday following a landslide at a jade mine in northern Myanmar, a member of the rescue team told AFP.

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Arsenal adverts for cryptocurrency ‘fan tokens’ banned

The UK’s advertising regulator has banned two promotions for “fan tokens” from Arsenal Football Club, saying they were misleading supporters over the risks of investing in cryptocurrencies.

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Electoral Act Amendment bill: Senators threaten to override Buhari, govs back President

A large number of senators have vowed to override the veto of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), on the Electoral Act amendment bill.

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Kenya budget airlines sold out as travel demand soars

Air passengers are staring at nightmares this festive season as the budget airlines heading to the popular destinations are sold out on the eve of Christmas.

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