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Jackson Clements Burrows designs mass-timber student accommodation in Melbourne
Australian studio Jackson Clements Burrows has completed a mass-timber student accommodation scheme at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Victoria, which has been shortlisted in the housing category of Dezeen Awards 2021.
COVID-19 lung X-ray shows vaccine effectiveness
Valley doctors said that COVID-19 X-rays showed the difference between lungs from vaccinated and unvaccinated people, highlighting importance of dose.
How to Secure WooCommerce
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Police probe whether David Amess specially targeted for killing
Counter-terrorism detectives are investigating whether David Amess was specifically targeted for attack by a man who stabbed the MP multiple times, then waited for police to arrest him.
Angela Merkel hopes Germany continues to work with Turkey
In a farewell visit to Turkey, the outgoing German chancellor says the security and independence of both countries depend on each other.
Analysis: Beirut street battles may spell even darker times
The most powerful men in Lebanese politics have been in charge for decades, some since the early 1970s.
Atlanta's Great Food Hall Boom
Atlanta and its surrounding suburbs are currently experiencing a food hall boom, beginning nearly eight years ago with the openings of Krog Street Market in Inman Park and Ponce City Market in Old Fourth Ward.
Here's a snapshot of where things stand on boosters for the three vaccines in use in the U.S.
It can be hard to keep track of developments on coronavirus vaccine boosters without a scorecard.
Analysis | China Won't Save Evergrande for Many Good Reasons
With Chinese high-yield issues experiencing their worst selloff in a decade, murmurs are growing that China is poised to blink and relent on its property tightening measures.
In the Bronx, Mott Haven Suddenly Gets a Skyline
A construction boom could bring more than 5,000 rental apartments to some 20 development projects in the neighborhood over the next couple of years.