The Lunar New Year holiday -- the largest annual human migration on Earth -- comes at the worst possible time for Chinese health authorities as they race to contain a new coronavirus.
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Aaron Hernandez's fiancée Shayanna Jenkins 'takes time away' from social media after harrowing Netflix documentary
Shayanna Jenkins, the former fiancée of Aaron Hernandez, has announced she is taking a break from social media after Netflix released the documentary Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez.The true-crime series takes an in-depth look at the murder of Odin Lloyd in 2013 and subsequent arrest, trial and conviction of NFL star Hernandez.
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"Everyone responsible needs to get fired."
The most obvious conclusion to draw is that there was irresolvable conflict within the board.
A mysterious new virus that was first reported in the central Chinese city of Wuhan and has since spread to two other domestic cities and three countries is raising fears of an epidemic like the deadly SARS outbreak that hit the region nearly two decades ago. The first suspected cases were identified in Wuhan in December, and reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) on Dec. 31, but it was not immediately clear what was behind the pneumonia outbreak. Days later, Chinese authorities identified the cause of the disease as a coronavirus, a family of viruses that cause less serious diseases like the common cold, but also more lethal diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS, and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, or SARS.
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Buckingham Palace is reportedly reconsidering the royal title of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex because the punctuation is the same as in the titles of women who have divorced royal men.After announcing Prince Harry and Meghan would be stepping away from the front lines of the royal family, palace insiders were left scrambling to decide how to balance the couple’s titles against their desire for a more private life.
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A British mother who spent years on the run with her two children before washing up in an inflatable dinghy on the island of Jersey has walked free from court.
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A Canadian university graduate has used most of her savings to travel to Australia to donate $1200 worth of medical supplies for injured wildlife.