Day: June 28, 2021

Disney Cruise Line Has Postponed A Test Cruise Due To “Inconsistent” Virus Results

June 28, 2021

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — After a few participants received contradictory COVID-19 test results, Disney Cruise Line has postponed its first test cruise since the epidemic forced the cruise industry to a halt, the company announced Monday. The Disney Dream was supposed to leave Port Canaveral, Florida, on Tuesday with 300 Disney workers who had volunteered […]

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Australia Battles Several COVID-19 Clusters In New Pandemic Phase

June 28, 2021

CANBERRA, Australia — On Monday, Australia was struggling to contain numerous COVID-19 clusters around the country, in what some scientists have characterized as the pandemic’s most deadly stage since its inception. On Monday, Sydney in the east and Darwin in the north were both shut down. After a resident tested positive after visiting Sydney more […]

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In Regional Elections In France, The Far Right Was Defeated

June 28, 2021

  PARIS — In regional elections on Sunday, mainstream politicians dealt a stinging defeat to France’s extreme right, dashing its ambitions of taking control of a region for the first time and curbing its momentum ahead of the presidential race next year. Marine Le Pen, the head of the National Rally, swiftly admitted that the […]

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Young Greeks Adults Promised Cash To Get Vaccinated

June 28, 2021

ATHENS, Greece — Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said Monday that Greece will offer young greeks adults a 150 euro ($180) credit to be vaccinated as part of a two-tier access program that will begin this summer. After getting the first dosage of their COVID-19 vaccine, Greek residents under the age of 26 will be entitled […]

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Puerto Rico Will Receive Roughly $4 Billion In Anti-Pandemic Assistance From United States

June 28, 2021

SAN JUAN — Puerto Rico will receive almost $4 billion in federal education pandemic relief funding, according to US Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, to assist the US territory battle COVID-19. Cardona made the statement during his first formal three-day trip to Puerto Rico as a member of the Biden administration’s Cabinet. It’s the first time […]

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Ukraine And NATO Have Begun Joint Drills In The Black Sea

June 28, 2021

KYIV, Ukraine — Following last week’s encounter with a British destroyer off the coast of Crimea, Ukraine and NATO started Black Sea drills involving dozens of warships. On Wednesday, Moscow claimed that one of its warships fired warning shots and a warplane dropped bombs in the route of the British destroyer Defender in a region […]

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Man Shooting A Bear In Self-Defense After Animal Breaks Into His Home And Attacks Him

June 28, 2021

A California man is lucky to be alive after shooting a bear who managed to break into his home and attack him. The event happened at 10:39 p.m. on Thursday, June 24, near Meyers, California, some 100 miles east of Sacramento, when the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department got a report from a man who […]

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Officials In North Carolina Say A 7-Year-Old Child Was Attacked By A Shark

June 28, 2021

According to the mayor of Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, a 7-year-old child was attacked by a shark on Sunday. According to Ocean Isle Beach Mayor Debbie Smith, the youngster was bitten on her leg about 11 a.m., and rescuers reported the injuries to be a shark-like bite based on the size and pattern. She […]

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Russia And China Extend Their Friendship Pact And Congratulate Each Other

June 28, 2021

MOSCOW — On Monday, the presidents of Russia and China praised their nations’ growing ties and announced the renewal of a 20-year-old friendship treaty, a display of solidarity in the face of Western concerns. Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a video chat with Chinese President Xi Jinping that the pact inked in Moscow in […]

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Supreme Court Rejected School Board’s Appeal, Transgender Person Won Restroom Dispute

June 28, 2021

A Virginia transgender person has won a years-long court battle against his old high school for refusing to allow him to use male facilities when he was a student. The Glouchester County School Board’s appeal of a lower court ruling finding its transgender bathroom ban unlawful was dismissed by the United States Supreme Court on […]

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