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The carrier’s pigeon message was found 110 years after it was sent

Found in a field in mid-September by a couple hiking in Ingersheim, northeastern France, the message was sent from one German army officer to another in 1910, when the area was still part of Germany, according to Dominique Jardy, curator of the nearby Linge Memorial museum. Jardy told CNN that the message was folded inside a small aluminum pill and …

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Two people were killed when a Russian military helicopter was shot down in Armenia – BBC News

Two people were killed when a Russian military helicopter was shot down in Armenia BBC News Azerbaijan claims to occupy a key town in Nagorno-Karabakh The New York Times Analysis: Russia and Turkey keep dry powder in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict Yahoo News Nagorno-Karabakh: President Ilham Aliyev speaks to the BBC – BBC News BBC News Azerbaijani refugees praised the attempt …

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Tropical Storm Eta Tracking: Eta’s radar as it moves through Florida – Bay of 10 Tampa

Tropical Storm Eta Tracking: Eta’s radar as it moves through Florida’s Tampa 10 Bay ETA ONE WCJB SPEAKER Tropical Storm Eta: 7:00 am Monday morning local WPLG consultation 10 Having been flooded, South Florida feels the wrath of the Eta WBRZ Tropical Storm Eta hits South Florida with floods, strong winds | Weather Channel – Articles from the Weather Channel …

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Suu Kyi’s party claims to have won a majority in polls in Myanmar

YANGON, Myanmar (AP) – Myanmar’s ruling National Democratic League Party said on Monday it has won enough seats in the National Assembly to gain an absolute majority and maintain power. It issued a statement although the State Union Election Commission has yet to release its full results from Sunday’s election. Monywa Aung Shin, spokesman for the NLD information committee, said: …

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Belgium had difficulty seeing the light at the end of the virus tunnel

BRUSSELS (AP) – Belgian health authorities believe the second wave of hospitalizations involving COVID-19 has culminated in the severely affected country. Speaking at a coronavirus crisis center press conference on Monday, virologist Yves Van Laethem said about 400 people were hospitalized for coronavirus complications on Sunday, compared with 879 on March 3. 11. “For an unpleasant surprise,” hospitalizations peaked that …

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Suu Kyi’s party claims to have won a majority in polls in Myanmar

YANGON, Myanmar (AP) – Myanmar’s ruling National Democratic League Party said on Monday it has won enough seats in the National Assembly to gain an absolute majority and maintain power. It issued a statement although the State Union Election Commission has yet to release its full results from Sunday’s election. Monywa Aung Shin, spokesman for the NLD information committee, said: …

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The number of people caused by firearms is recorded in the new report

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) – A new report released on Monday documenting the use of incendiary weapons and their horrible costs against civilians over the past decade in conflict zones like Afghanistan The Gaza Strip and Syria, with the Human Rights Watch and Harvard Human Rights Clinic urging countries to close loopholes in international law and stigmatize their use. Weapons, which …

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The biggest winner and loser in the Joe Biden administration

CLOSED A new coronavirus stimulation agreement is still being made between Democrats and Republicans, as they cannot agree on a conclusion. USA TODAY Industries from fossil fuels to pharmaceuticals can feel the impact of the Biden-Harris administration. But first, it’s important to understand the limits of what the Job Biden President can do. A potentially divisive Congress would limit his …

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Portugal and Hungary are coping with Europe’s proliferation of virus

LISBON, Portugal (AP) – Portugal and Hungary on Monday became the latest European countries to impose a curfew against the rising wave of coronaviruses and deaths that are hitting the continent and Apply urgent. But rays of hope have emerged from France, Belgium and elsewhere that tough restrictions may be starting to work. Portugal, like other European countries that have …

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