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When the Covid-19 booster vaccination gave Rev Mark Katrick a sore arm, he was grounded by God even on the golf course.
Residents in Ukraine's second biggest city Kharkiv said they hoped for the best but would prepare for the worst, as Russia massed tens of thousands of troops near Ukraine's borders and diplomatic talks failed to produce a breakthrough. Kharkiv, an industrial city in eastern Ukraine that is home to tank, aircraft and tractor factories, lies 42 km (26 miles) from the Russian border. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has identified it as a possible target of a Russian attack.
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Competing agendas have stifled the effectiveness of the burgeoning industry on Capitol Hill.
Senior guard Luis Vega scored 18 of his game-high 21 points on fast-break layups and drives to the basket.
Chinese players of a video game based on the Harry Potter series of books by J.K. Rowling have staged an online revolt against NetEase, with their complaints about unfair game terms forcing the developer to apologise NetEase, China's second-biggest gaming company, posted an apology on social media platform Weibo on Thursday for bringing "bad experiences" to players of Harry Potter: Magic Awakened, a mobile game it launched last September. NetEase said it will cancel part of a Lunar New Year camp
Republican lawmakers voted to further delay the 2022 primary elections to eliminate “chaos and confusion.” | Editorial
US President Joe Biden will travel to Japan this spring for an in-person summit of Quad alliance members, the White House said after Biden spoke with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Friday. Details on the timing of the meeting of the Quad - a regional security alliance including the US, Japan, Australia and India - have yet to be worked out, with arrangements dependent on the spread of Covid-19. The virtual meeting featured wide-ranging discussions on the US-Japanese military alliance,
Taiwan has launched an online archive of written records on the late Chiang Ching-kuo, who was the self-ruled island's president during the volatile era when Washington switched diplomatic ties to Beijing. Chiang - the eldest son of the late former Kuomintang leader Chiang Kai-shek - was Taiwan's president from 1978 until his death in 1988 at the age of 77. His father had fled with his KMT troops to Taiwan in 1949, setting up a government there after losing a civil war to Mao Zedong's communists
The US central bank has voiced concerns that central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) could weaken America's dominance in the global financial system, while calling for more research and public support. Its worries came as strategic rival China has already piloted its e-yuan across the country, with more than 261 million people having downloaded the wallet app for the digital yuan. And leaders hope it will eventually help internationalise the yuan. In its first-ever research report on a potential
Nick Lau, a 23-year-old Hongkonger, grew up finding himself on the periphery of his immediate social circles - at Harrow, a traditional English boarding school, he took photography classes and started a skatewear brand; at New York-based Parsons School of Design, he co-owned a 300-square-feet electronics store. Lau is now trying to use these experiences to launch a new, immersive platform in his home city selling non-fungible tokens (NFTs), the unique code stored on a blockchain that allows digi
Taiwan needs an innovative strategy to counter the YJ-12, mainland China's most powerful supersonic cruise missile, a Taiwanese navy magazine has said. The missile had been deployed to the coast of mainland China and to artificial islands in the South China Sea and posed a direct threat to Taiwan and to American aircraft carrier strike groups, it said. Claimed to be Beijing's most dangerous anti-ship missile because of its range and speed, the YJ-12 can be launched from land, air and sea, and ha
Beijing has told 11 internet platforms including Alibaba Group Holding and Tencent Holdings to better protect gig workers' rights as the government continues its scrutiny of Big Tech firms in an area that has become a flashpoint in recent years. At a meeting held by four government agencies, the companies were instructed to "have political, ideological and actionable consciousness of" gig workers, according to a statement from the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security (MHRSS) released
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Only 4.1 overs were possible before play was stopped at the Adelaide Oval.
John Perkins Jr. was killed at the age of twenty-three.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has been pictured after a serious car collision in California.
New strain thought to develop in sufferers at faster pace than original coronavirus