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Officials at the World Health Organisations skipped two letters of the Greek alphabet when naming the latest Covid variant in order to avoid “stigmatising” China, and perhaps its premier Xi Jinping.
- HealthThe Independent
Patients mostly suffered from mild muscle aches, scratchy throat and dry cough
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Glynn Steel, 54, from Malvern, Worcestershire, died after a two-week battle with coronavirus after refusing the COVID jab because it was tested on animals, his wife said.
- SportThe Independent
Nathan Valencia died after he participated in his fraternity’s charity boxing event
- PoliticsThe Telegraph
Democrats desperately scrambling to find a potential successor to Joe Biden in 2024 are whispering about a potential nuclear option that could see Kamala Harris, the current Vice President, nominated to the Supreme Court.
- LifestyleThe Independent
One woman’s holiday disappointment went viral on social media, but her boyfriend saved the day
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Sharon Au, former Singaporean TV host, shared her thoughts on resilience and overcoming failure.
- SportThe Telegraph
Despite the tactical genius of Thomas Tuchel and the incoming pulsating mega-brain of Ralf Rangnick, Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Sunday was a reminder that football is fundamentally a very stupid game.
The Trump International Hotel is the third-tallest building in the nation's capital
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Malaysians working in Singapore held joyful reunions with their loved ones after returning to their homeland on Monday following the partial reopening of a land border that has been shuttered for nearly two years due to the pandemic. Buses ferried fully vaccinated passengers across the Causeway Bridge that connects the island of Singapore with the Malaysian peninsula, with strict measures in place including pre-departure and on-arrival COVID-19 tests. Malaysian Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddi
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From Reykjavik to remote rural spots to view the Northern Lights, these are the best hotels in Iceland to book now for 2022. Green by definition – its energy provided by more than 200 volcanoes and a huge number of hot springs – Iceland is a must-visit for anyone who loves nature in its rawest, wildest incarnation. In Iceland, glaciers loom roadside, waterfalls thunder down within arm’s reach, geothermically toasty rivers invite you to strip off and plunge right in, and whales leap out of the se