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Under the new plans, England will return to a system under which the country is divided into three tiers of restrictions, though the government has yet to announce which regions will be under the different sets of curbs. 1
When the current lockdown expires on Dec. 2, gyms, stores and hairdressers nationwide will be allowed reopen and worship services, weddings and outdoor sports can resume. 1
Some of the material ended up in the Soviet Union, including information that could help identify and evade American spying techniques and material identifying informants for the United States. 1He was arrested in 1985, convicted and served 30 years in prison before being released in 2015. 1
"It is past time to restore a sense of balance, perspective and fidelity to our values in our relationships in the Middle East," President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. 1
The difference in tone is stark, and Prince Mohammed may have to accept that unless he changes his ways he is unlikely to be as welcome at the White House as he was under Mr. Trump. 1
"Pfizer announced on Monday that its China virus vaccine is more than 90 percent effective. 1This far exceeds any and all expectations. 1
Officials said that two vaccine candidates are under review for emergency use authorizations, from Pfizer and from Moderna, and that 20 million people could be vaccinated in December. 1
The crisis does not respect dates on the calendar, it is accelerating right now. 1
Iran expressed fury over the killing of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, blaming it on Israel and the United States. His death may complicate President-elect Biden's intention to restore the Iranian nuclear deal.
Through recessions and blizzards and other upheavals, Ebenezer Scrooge has drawn small children and big money to his redemption story in "A Christmas Carol."
President Ashraf Ghani is holding up a tentative agreement on the talks' framework, some officials say. His aides say no agreement was near.
JERUSALEM - Israel's defense minister announced on Sunday the establishment of a governmental commission of inquiry into the multibillion-dollar purchase of submarines and missile boats under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, an episode often described as the worst corruption scandal in Israel's history.
Footage from security cameras and bystanders suggested the officers had lied about the beating, bolstering critics of a new bill that would restrict circulating videos of security forces.
Two court rulings threaten to further entrench distinctions in Japan between "regular" workers and the growing ranks of nonregular employees, many of whom are women.