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NHL pioneer Willie O'Ree says having Bruins retire jersey an honor
BOSTON (AP) - Willie O'Ree has experienced many honors during his lifetime, from becoming the NHL's first Black player in 1958 with the Boston Bruins to being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2018.
Security at Great Ormond Street Hospital to strike over 'unfair' maternity rights
Security guards at London's Great Ormond Street Hospital will this week begin a six-week strike over "unfair" maternity rights for pregnant workers.
French far-right presidential candidate Eric Zemmour fined for hate speech
French far-right presidential candidate Eric Zemmour has been fined 10,000 euros (£8,350) for inciting racial hatred by calling child migrants "thieves, rapists and murderers".
Marin coronavirus death toll hits 200 mark
In March 2020, San Rafael resident Margrit Gonzalez lost her husband to COVID-19. Since then, another 199 Marin residents have died from the virus.
Back-to-class learning 1st step in moving from COVID fear to acceptance | CBC News
When thousands of Ontario students head back to their schools Monday - assuming they can get there through the forecasted snow dump - it will signal not only a return to in-person learning, but our first step learning to live with COVID-19 in the long term.
Your Monday Briefing
Threats from Russia.
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Extensive negotiations last week did not defuse the security crisis that Moscow has ignited in Eastern Europe.
Child refugees forced to share rooms with adults after being wrongly deemed over 18
Child refugees are being forced to share rooms and even beds with adults they do not know as increasing numbers are incorrectly placed in accommodation meant for over-18s by the government, The Independent can reveal.
Expert Simon Calder answers your questions on travel changes in France and beyond
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A: For the purposes of crossing the frontier, being double-jabbed with Pfizer, AstraZeneca or Moderna, or a single Janssen dose. 1
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A Ban on 19 Singers in Egypt Tests the Old Guard's Power
Leaders of a musicians' licensing group are trying to curb mahraganat, a bold genre wildly popular with young people. It is not clear if they can.
A father's death, a son's despair: How COVID upended a family
He became a wrestler because his father was a wrestler. He planned to work at the same power plant as his dad when he graduated from high school.