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Coronavirus: Surgical masks using out in New York’s China Town

Teresa Zhan, a pharmacist in Manhattan's Chinatown, had not seen protective face masks sell out in her 10 years as an employee until this week, when China's coronavirus arrived in the United States just days before Lunar New Year celebrations. More than a dozen pharmacies in the tiny district had run out of face masks…

Thousands rally as French PM offers pension expenses to ministers

Paris, France - As French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe presented details of a controversial pension reform bill to cabinet ministers on Friday, hundreds of thousands rallied in the French capital for a seventh round of demonstrations. Protest movements against the reform have driven the country into the longest transport strike in recent history. More: Details of…

Coronavirus: Officials verify 2nd United States case of infection

The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Friday confirmed a second US case of the new coronavirus from China in a Chicago woman, and said as many as 63 potential cases were being investigated as the sometimes-deadly illness continues to spread around the globe. Of the 63 people under investigation from…

UK foreign minister rebukes United States over extradition rejection

The refusal of the United States to extradite a diplomat's wife charged over a car crash that killed a British teenager is a "denial of justice", the United Kingdom's foreign minister said on Friday. The stern and unusual public rebuke comes in a case which has stirred up debates over the limits of diplomatic immunity.…

Palestinians in Jerusalem’s Old City face evacuation worries

Since an Israeli water company working for the Jerusalem Municipality started conducting underground work in her neighbourhood about a month ago, Hanan Slaima says large cracks have formed on the walls and ceilings of rooms in the home located in the Old City in occupied East Jerusalem. Doors can no longer close fully as the…

NZ vs IND, first T20I: Fifties from Iyer, Rahul power India to a six-wicket success over New Zealand

The tremendously gifted Shreyas Iyer boosted his track record of a finisher with a scintillating 29- ball-58 as India squashed New Zealand by 6...

Ajit Agarkar looks for nationwide selector’s task; frontrunner for the chairman’s post

Agarkar verified to PTI that he has actually made an application for the nationwide selector's position. Also Read: NZ vs IND, 1st T20 I:...

Suspected arson attack at East Jerusalem mosque

Israeli police have launched a manhunt after an apparent arson attack, accompanied by Hebrew-language graffiti, on a mosque in occupied East Jerusalem. "Police were summoned to a mosque in Beit Safafa, in Jerusalem, following a report of arson in one of the building's rooms and spraying of graffiti on a nearby wall outside the building," a…

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Galchenyuk ratings, Penguins thump ailing Predators 5-2

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Alex Galchenyuk hopes this goal can finally get him going with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Galchenyuk scored his third goal of the season, Tristan Jarry made 30 saves and the Penguins beat the banged up Nashville Predators 5-2 Friday night. Dominik Simon, Teddy Blueger, Bryan Rust and Juuso Riikola also scored for…

BIDEN and BUTTIGIEG in Boston– MARKEY’s green boost– BLOOMBERG personnels up

GOOD MORNING, MASSACHUSETTS. TGIF! WARREN SENDING BIG NAMES TO NEW HAMPSHIRE — The Democratic presidential candidates may not be in New Hampshire, but the campaign trail in the first primary state is nevertheless awash in their family members, politicians, celebrities and other bold-face names.Advertisement On Tuesday, more than 20 surrogates for Amy Klobuchar flooded the…