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Covid-19 baby bust is here

Rome-Angela Di Iorio wants to be pregnant with her first child now. On the contrary, the 36-year-old Italian who had just postponed the wedding for the second time began to wonder whether she should have a child. Ms. Di Iorio, an osteopathic doctor in Rome, said: “Our plan is always to get married and then start a family.” Since the …

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Migrant workers face severe conditions on Korean farms

POCHEON (AP), South Korea-Pastor Jin Dacheng drove his small Kia through a narrow muddy road, winding through a greenhouse made of plastic sheets and pipes. “This is a lawless world.” In Pocheon, near the ultra-modern capital of South Korea, in the dim blue and gray dim landscape, hundreds of migrant workers from all over Asia toiled under harsh conditions and …

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After Britain postponed inspections of maritime borders, the European Union threatened to crack down on the law

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, got together for dinner. They will strive to achieve a break in Brussels, Belgium on December 9, 2020. A breakthrough in the post-European trade agreement. WPA Pool | Getty Images News | Getty Images LONDON-The European Union is threatening to take new legal actions against the …

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German rejection of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine hinders COVID fight

Hamburg, Germany -The U.S. has a long way to go coronavirus The distribution of vaccines, but it is ahead of most other countries.Including Germany, where many people choose to wait One vaccine is better than the other, Not just get the most available lens. 60 million doses in the U.S. Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine It is ready to be launched immediately …

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EMA begins review of Russian satellite V jab

A woman received the second part of the Gam-COVID-Vac (Sputnik V) COVID-19 vaccine. Valentin Sprinchak | Pass | Getty Images LONDON-The European Medicines Agency said on Thursday that it will start evaluating the Russian coronavirus stamp “Sputnik V” because the group wants to speed up its vaccination program. The regulator said in a statement: “The EMA will assess whether Sputnik …

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Prince Philip receives treatment for heart disease

The statement said: “The Duke of Edinburgh carried out a successful heart disease treatment procedure at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital yesterday.” “His Royal Highness will be hospitalized in the hospital, rest and recuperate for several days.” On Monday, he was transferred to St. Bartholomew’s Hospital in London to continue treatment for the infection. Gong said he would test and observe the …

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The Pope’s trip to Iraq may be his most dangerous to date.But the country’s dwindling Christian minority wants to heal its wounds

The sacristy is a small room next to the altar, filled with unforgettable memories. As terrorists besieged the church, dozens of believers sought refuge here. Many people were shot or killed by grenades, leaving blood-stained handprints on the walls. Natiq and his wife and children are among them. Today, our Church of Our Lady of Redemption is engraved with the …

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Nicola Sturgeon of Scotland returns to critics with his work

LONDON – Nicola Sturgeon, the First Minister of Scotland, was accused of lying, violating official regulations and conspiring to conduct a fierce counterattack with his predecessor, Alex Salmond, on Wednesday, opposing Allegations overshadowed by its future and prospects for Scottish independence. In nearly eight hours of testimony conducted by the Scottish Parliament, Ms. Sturgeon denied that the conspiracy against Mr. …

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