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These Hong Kong apartments are usually smaller than 100 square feet. Coronavirus safety measures are unfeasible

Tracking US cases | Podcast | Catch up | Timeline of events
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Hong Kong's cage homes are usually smaller than 100 square feet. Coronavirus safety measures are unfeasible

Tracking US cases | Podcast | Catch up | Timeline of events
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Stockton Police Searching For 2 Women Accused Assaulting Woman, Dragging Her Through Parking Lot

STOCKTON (CBS13) – The Stockton Police Department is searching for two women who are accused of assaulting another woman and dragging her through a parking lot on Saturday. The department said the victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries and the only suspect descriptions were that one suspect was Hispanic and the other black. The assault happened just before 4 p.m. in a parking lot in the 1600 block of Turnpike Road in the city’s Seaport District. No further details were released. Anyone wi...
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Cuba sends doctors to South Africa to combat coronavirus

Cuba sent 216 healthcare workers to South Africa on Saturday, the latest of more than 20 medical brigades it has sent worldwide to combat the coronavirus pandemic, in what some call socialist solidarity and others medical diplomacy. The Communist-run country has sent around 1,200 healthcare workers largely to vulnerable African and Caribbean nations but also to rich European countries such as Italy that have been particularly hard hit by the novel coronavirus. The administration of U.S. Presid...
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Brad Pitt Portrays Dr. Anthony Fauci on SNL at Home : 'Thank You for Your Calm and Clarity,' Actor Says

Earlier this month, Dr. Anthony Fauci said he would want Brad Pitt to portray him on SNL
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‘Saturday Night Live’ Remote Episode Opens With Brad Pitt As Dr. Anthony Fauci Clarifying Trump’s Comments

Saturday Night Live opened its second remote episode with an appearance by none other than Brad Pitt. The Oscar winner kicked off the cold open as Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Pitt's Fauci tried to clarify some of President Donald Trump's comments during the daily White House […]
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Man, 28, charged over 'horrific' rape of woman in Blackpool

A 28-year-old man has been charged with the "horrific" rape of a woman in Blackpool. David Dara, of no fixed address, will appear in court over the alleged incident on Monday. Lancashire Police launched an investigation after a 20-year-old woman was allegedly raped and robbed in an alleyway off Hopton Road at the side of the Home Bargains Store on Tyldesley Road in South Shore at about 10.30pm.
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Kim Jong Un's 'train seen in satellite images' amid conflicting reports about his health

A train believed to belong to the North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has been spotted amid conflicting accounts about his health and whereabouts. 38 North, a Washington-based project that monitors North Korea, has released satellite images of the vehicle in the resort town of Wonsan. The station is reserved for the use of the Kim family, the monitoring project said.
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FEMA Reportedly Took The 5 Million Masks Ordered For Veterans To Send To Stockpile

“I couldn’t tell you when my next delivery was coming in," Veterans Health Administration manager complained to The Washington Post.
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FEMA Reportedly Took 5 Million Masks Ordered For Veterans To Send To Stockpile

“I couldn’t tell you when my next delivery was coming in," Veterans Health Administration manager complained to WaPo.
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‘Saturday Night Live’: Brad Pitt as Dr. Anthony Fauci Addresses Trump’s Coronavirus Misinformation in ‘At Home’ Edition (Watch)

“Saturday Night Live” brought back its infamous political cold open sketch in its second-ever “At Home” edition, and Brad Pitt was along for the ride. Pitt portrayed Dr. Anthony Fauci in a sobering address about coronavirus, acknowledging that “there has been a lot of misinformation out there about the virus” and deciding to clarify “what […]
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Coronavirus: New York to allow tests in pharmacies

Testing remains a key problem across the US but some states have started to lift restrictions.
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What you need to know about UV light treatment

Donald Milton tests people for colds and flu in his lab at the University of Maryland. Among other experiments, his students use a "sneeze machine" to measure how far viruses fly out of the nose and mouth when people sneeze, cough, talk or just breathe. It means a parade of students infected with a variety of contagious diseases coming through.
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Bucks' George Hill: Life matters more than possibly finishing season

NBA veteran George Hill discussed the league's hiatus caused by the COVID-19 crisis.
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Edited Transcript of AEROMEX*.MX earnings conference call or presentation 22-Apr-20 3:00pm GMT

Q1 2020 Grupo Aeromexico SAB de CV Earnings Call
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2 million chickens will be killed in Delaware and Maryland because of lack of employees at processing plants

Two million chickens on several farms in Delaware and Maryland will be "depopulated" -- meaning humanely killed -- due to a lack of employees at chicken processing plants, according to a statement from Delmarva Poultry Industry Inc.
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2 million chickens will be killed because of a lack of employees at processing plants

Two million chickens on several farms in Delaware and Maryland will be "depopulated" -- meaning humanely killed -- due to a lack of employees at chicken processing plants, according to a statement from Delmarva Poultry Industry Inc.
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2 million chickens will be 'depopulated' in Delaware and Maryland because of lack of employees at processing plants

Two million chickens on several farms in Delaware and Maryland will be "depopulated" due to a lack of employees at chicken processing plants, according to a statement from Delmarva Poultry Industry Inc.
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Satellite images show a train possibly belonging to Kim Jong Un at a North Korean resort town, amid rumors about his health

A Washington-based North Korea monitoring project has reviewed satellite images showing what may be Kim Jong Un's train in a resort town.
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Coronavirus: Cancer surgeon expands red and green card scheme to help vulnerable

Dr Shilen Patel, a head and neck cancer surgeon at a London NHS hospital, has helped 300,000 households get access to support from volunteers while in lockdown during the COVID-19 outbreak. The scheme, called Red Green Cards, entails people sticking a red or green card in their window, which signals to their neighbours if they need help or not. The green card means they are happy and safe, the red card means they require assistance.
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Boxing resumed in Nicaragua amid the coronavirus pandemic, and produced a stunning photo

"Nicaragua is a poor country, and the boxers have to eat. They can't stay shut up in their house."
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2020 NFL Draft Grades Roundup: Bears receive above-average marks

The Chicago Bears' 2020 NFL draft class received passing grades from several media outlets shortly after the event's conclusion.
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Eddie Hearn says he regrets not signing Tyson Fury in 2017

Tyson Fury could have been part of Eddie Hearn's Matchroom stable had circumstances played out differently.
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Dana White explains UFC decision: 'Someone had to take the first step'

UFC is scheduled to return next month behind closed doors. UFC president Dana White explained the thinking behind the decision.
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Thor's Drafted Position Rankings

Thor Nystrom's position rankings for the players selected in the 2020 NFL Draft. (AP)
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Trudeau says too early to discuss 'immunity passports' for people recovered from COVID

It's premature to talk about "immunity passports" for Canadians who have been infected with COVID-19, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Saturday, because the science is unclear about whether those who have recovered from the virus are protected from catching it again.As provinces begin opening up their economies from COVID-19 lockdowns, Trudeau said none of those recovery plans hinge on people being immune to catching COVID-19 twice.Trudeau said he spoke to premiers Friday and they discuss...
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Edited Transcript of GSANBORB-1.MX earnings conference call or presentation 24-Apr-20 4:00pm GMT

Q1 2020 Grupo Sanborns SAB de CV Earnings Call
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Trump Threatens To End Daily White House Coronavirus Briefings Over “Hostile Questions”

President Donald Trump is threatening to stop the daily White House coronavirus briefings -- not because of public outcry over his comments about injecting disinfectants, or because his statements are being used against him in Joe Biden attack ads -- but because reporters ask too many "hostile questions." Trump took to Twitter Saturday evening to […]
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Some States Move to Reopen

U.S. scientists join the World Health Organization in calling for better antibody tests. International students and Americans alike face the dilemma of being stranded away from home.
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