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Eta landed in the Florida Keys late Sunday

From the National Hurricane Center: Update: Tropical Storm #Eta made landfall on Lower Matecumbe Key Florida at 11pm EST. Maximum sustained wind speed is 65 mph (100 km / h) with minimum center pressure of 991 mb. Add: https://t.co/tW4KeFW0gB pic.twitter.com/FEQHejP1SF – National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) November 9, 2020 The hurricane alert remained in effect for the Florida Keys this morning. …

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NC coronavirus update: Number of COVID-19 cases reached 293,000

We are following up on the most up to date coronavirus information in North Carolina. Check for updates again. Top cases 293,000 At least 293,339 people in North Carolina tested positive for coronavirus and 4,607 died, according to state health officials. The NC Ministry of Health and Human Services on Sunday reported 2,094 new COVID-19 cases, down from 2,676 reported …

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Azerbaijani forces gained control of the city during a conflict with Armenia

MOSCOW – Azerbaijani forces have taken control of the strategically important city Shushi in Nagorno-Karabakh where fighting with Armenia has been going on for more than a month, the country’s president said on Sunday. In a televised address before the country, President Ilham Aliyev said “Shusha is our – Karabakh is our”, using the Azerbaijan version of the city name. …

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Japan officially declared Prince Akishino to be the heir to the throne

Day-long rituals take place at the imperial residence, the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. In addition to the emperor and the Empress, many other members of the royal family attended the ceremony, as well as Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and representatives of foreign embassies. “I deeply contemplate the Crown Prince’s responsibility and will do my part,” Akishino said to the attendees, …

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Vermont aims to reopen for the ski season while keeping the case COVID-19 low

Low volatility equity fund portfolio managers BMO Ernesto Ramos and Seaport Securities’ Teddy Weisberg discuss how they approach the market during coronaviruses and electoral volatility. Few states have been as successful in a coronavirus pandemic as Vermont, where the combination of aggressive shutdown and deliberate slow reopening has resulted in much lower morbidity and mortality than neighboring states. . But …

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Two new species of marsupial have been discovered in Australia

Australian researchers have identified two new species of mammals in Land Down Under – both cousins ​​of the doe-eyed marsupial, known as the larger gliders, according to one report. A study published in the journal Nature’s Scientific Reports found two new and smaller species of gliders in northern and central Australia, outside of the country’s known habitat for marsupial marsupial, …

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