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Vietnam Halts All Inbound Commercial Flights After New Virus Cases

Vietnam has temporarily halted all inbound commercial flights following the emergence of the country’s first community transmissions of COVID-19 in three months. Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc ordered the suspension of inbound commercial flights during a cabinet meeting saying repatriation flights, however, would still go ahead. Mai Tien Dung, Chairman of the Government Office, was quoted as saying by local media outlets saying “the government will still allow repatriation flights to bring home those who are really old, sick or facing financial issues.’’ The move was part of efforts…

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Mongolia Reduces Price Of Processed Fuel By 50% Amid Pandemic

The Mongolian government on Wednesday decided to reduce the price of processed fuel by 50 per  cent amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our people’s livelihoods have been badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, the government decided to reduce the price of processed fuel by 50 per cent from December 3 to April 1. “In order to support the livelihoods of residents of ger areas of the capital city Ulan Bator during the pandemic,’’ said Prime Minister Ukhnaa Khurelsukh. The current price of processed fuel is 150,000 Mongolian tugriks (about 52.8…

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Real Madrid Loses As Atlético Wins 6th Straight League Match

As Diego Simeone keeps celebrating Atletico Madrid victories, Zinedine Zidane continues to look for answers to Real Madrid’s struggles. Atletico defeated Valencia 1-0 for a sixth win in a row in the Spanish league on Saturday, while Madrid lost to Alaves 2-1 at home for its third straight setback, dropping six points behind the city rival and having played one extra game. ”I don’t have an explanation,” Zidane said. ”We haven’t been consistent. We need to change this dynamic.” Lucas Perez scored in the first half and Joselu in the…

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Supreme Court Jails Politician Three Years For Calling Judges ‘Fools’

……….In Uganda Uganda’s Supreme Court has jailed a former presidential aspirant for using abusive language against them, including calling them “incompetent fools”. Ivan Samuel Ssebadduka was sentenced to three years in prison for contempt of court, according to local media. Mr Ssebadduka had in September filed a petition at the Supreme Court seeking to stop a requirement for presidential aspirants to collect nomination signatures. He also wanted the court to suspend coronavirus safety restrictions issued by the health ministry on the conduct of campaign rallies. He used the offensive remarks…

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Diego Maradona’s Death: Pele, Messi, Ronaldo, Lineker Others Pay Tribute

……..As Argentina Football Legend Dies Aged 60 Football legend Diego Maradona, one of the greatest players of all time, has died at the age of 60. The former Argentina attacking midfielder and manager suffered a heart attack at his Buenos Aires home. He had successful surgery on a brain blood clot earlier in November and was to be treated for alcohol dependency. Maradona was captain when Argentina won the 1986 World Cup, scoring the famous ‘Hand of God’ goal against England in the quarter-finals. Argentina and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi…

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Liverpool Level With League Leaders, Hotspur

Liverpool FC moved level on points with Premier League leaders Tottenham Hotspur and thwarted Leicester City’s hopes of going top with an outstanding performance and victory at Anfield. Jurgen Klopp’s side remain behind Spurs on goal difference but the manner of the win sounded an ominous warning to those hoping to wrest the title away from the champions. Liverpool also established a new club record of 64 home league games unbeaten, breaking their previous best run, which was set between February 1978 and January 1981 and itself ended by Leicester.…

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Coronavirus: WHO Urges Greater Vigilance In Africa As Holidays Near

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday urged countries to be on high alert for a possible surge in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, especially in Africa, where many families are planning get-togethers as the year comes to a close. The WHO noted in a statement that “this comes as nearly 20 countries in the region have experienced an uptick in cases”. “After reporting a downward trend then a plateau, Africa has been experiencing a rise in cases since early October. Unlike the first wave of cases which was triggered by hotspots…

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Biden, Harris Briefed By National Security Experts Amid Transition Obstacles

President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris Tuesday received a briefing from national security experts Tuesday as President Trump still refuses to concede and his administration bars them from viewing classified intelligence. The briefing, conducted in Wilmington, Del., comes as Biden and Harris look to get up to speed on the country’s top security issues even as the General Services Administration (GSA) refuses to certify them as the victors of the White House race, legally prohibiting members of their transition from reviewing classified material and meeting with administration officials…

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Paris Jackson Wears Heart On Her Sleeve In Debut Solo Album

Paris Jackson says her musical influences when growing up with dad Michael ranged from Motown to classical music, but the style she has embraced for her first album is alternative and folksy. If people do not like it, the 22-year-old musician is cool with that, saying she has quit trying to please other people. “I’ve kind of reached the point where I’ve realised that someone is always going to have something negative to say…So I might as well be myself,” Jackson told Reuters. “I hope people like it but if…

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Biden Wins In Georgia, Closing With 306 Electoral Votes

Media projections indicate that United States President-elect Joe Biden will win the election in Georgia, becoming the first Democrat to claim the southern state in 28 years. With this, Biden is expected to finish the presidential race with 306 Electoral College votes, having earlier been projected to win Arizona. Manual recount of nearly five million presidential election votes is ongoing in Georgia where Biden is leading with a margin of 14,111 votes. On the other hand, President Donald Trump is projected to win in North Carolina, bringing his electoral votes to…

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