Britain’s biggest family that includes 20 children is ‘going a bit stir crazy’ as they are forced to self isolate after dad tests positive for COVID-19

Britain's biggest family, The Radfords, are self isolating after dad Noel confirms he tested positive for COVID-19 in a YouTube video. Noel Radford, 49, and his…

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The Vienna shooter was released from a deradicalization program by duping his mentors into believing he had renounced jihadism, Austria says

A gunman who opened fire in Vienna on Monday night was released from a deradicalization program after pretending to renounce jihadism, Austrian officials said. The…

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18,000 elderly people have died of COVID-19 in British care homes and now Boris Johnson's government is being accused of human rights abuse

The death of thousands of COVID-19 in British care homes was a violation of their human rights, according to Amnesty International. The human rights organization…

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Sellouts to the Black community. Traitors to fellow officers. Black police chiefs are caught between 2 worlds after George Floyd’s killing.

Twenty-one police departments in America's 50 biggest cities are currently led by Black men and women. Oftentimes a Black police chief is brought in after…

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South Korea launched wristbands for those breaking quarantine because people were leaving their phones at home to trick government tracking apps

South Korea will put wristbands on people defying quarantine, after people tricked government tracking apps by leaving their phones at home. 57,000 people who entered…

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17 children in Spain developed a condition known as 'werewolf syndrome' after they were accidentally given hair loss drugs

17 children in Spain contracted “werewolf syndrome” after a drug manufacturer mistakenly filled heartburn remedy with hair loss treatment. The condition, known formally as hypertrichosis,…

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'Every year we have wildfires': Brazil's president insists fires in the Amazon are no worse than normal, as he sends the army in to fight the blazes

After intense international pressure, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Friday finally moved to battle the devastating blazes sweeping through the Amazon rainforest. In a speech,…

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Scientists made a huge leap towards eliminating HIV after an 8-year drug study found 'effectively zero' risk of transmitting the virus

Ending the spread of HIV looks within reach as scientists reported that an anti-viral treatment reduces the risk of sexually-contracted HIV to “effectively zero.” The…

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