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“We have tipped too much as a country into a sense of blame” @CMOIreland  says people need to have a sense of understanding, and that some are now “trying to find the latest person in breach of a guideline, and find a lamppost to hang them from” | More:

RTÉ Chair Moya Doherty says failure to adhere to proper social distancing procedures at a recent gathering at the national broadcaster are “a matter of serious concern”

“Assistant manager to Jack Charlton and a former Ireland U21 manager, Maurice played a key role in the success of the Irish team in the 1980s and 1990s. May he rest in peace.”

Professor Adrian Hill, lead scientist in the Oxford vaccine programme, reveals nobody in the trial who had the vaccine was admitted to hospital with #coronavirus . He also adds that the vaccine "may well work against the very mild form of COVID".

‘Donald Trump’s lack of input at the G20 summit made it easy to ignore him. While Joe Biden will play more of a role globally, the rest of the world should not look to him for leadership given the turmoil America is in at present’ - @BradAlMasdar 

As leaders head to #G20RiyadhSummit  @g20org , we urge them all to remember the 5 Saudi women activists locked up behind bars for demanding basic rights like the right to drive. Tell @KingSalman  to release them immediately. #UnmuteSaudiVoices 

Two turkeys from a farm in Walcott, Iowa, have arrived in Washington, D.C. for the annual pardoning ceremony with the President.

Shocking moment third person in a week is pushed onto subway tracks in New York

“The severe cutbacks will only benefit one living thing & that’s the Covid virus.” @JustinWelby  is urging the UK not to cut the international aid budget, arguing that it’s vital for the global Covid fight: “We won’t deal with Covid anywhere unless we deal with it everywhere.”

#Breaking on @thenewshour  with Navika Kumar | In one of the pages of I-T dossier accessed by TIMES NOW on #CongUnaccountedCashFile ’, it says that ‘Vikas Dhingra or Prakash Ji is ‘absconding’ since April 2019’.


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Silver linings. A Dublin-based artist is using his cloud doodle project to give back to charities who have helped his family through a difficult year. ☁️ ⛅️ 🌤

The publication of intimate images without a person's consent will carry a sentence of up to seven years in prison under laws expected to be approved by Cabinet tomorrow

Gregory Lloyd Edwards, a veteran, died in police custody in Florida after being tased and restrained in efforts to subdue him. Footage of the incident was released just last week, renewing criticism of how officers handled the incident

Across the Dakotas, COVID-19 poses a severe risk to Native American elders who are Indigenous language speakers, says @judy_louise , a Standing Rock Sioux Tribe citizen. "We don’t have very much time to spend with them ... and revitalize our languages."

A pair of giant pandas were caught playing in the snow in northwest China after the region welcomed its first snowfall. Also see:

No photographers were injured in the production of this Thanksgiving turkey story airing Monday on @CBSThisMorning ⁩ @nbcnewscrew ⁩

#Exclusive | @INCIndia  HQ under I-T probe lens. TIMES NOW accesses 408-page dossier of I-T dept that reveals Rs 106 crore unaccounted cash delivered at Akbar Road. Take a look at the different tranches. Rahul Shivshankar & Navika Kumar with details. | #CongUnaccountedCashFile 

This week's last look: The Covid-19 vaccine race is being led by immigrants.

“National restrictions in England will end on 2 December, and they will not be renewed” Boris Johnson gives update on lifting of lockdown restrictions and return to regional "tiered approach" Latest


Scoops of the Week

BREAKING: Donald Trump Jr. has tested positive for coronavirus, a spokesperson says.

Joe Biden became emotional after listening to an ICU nurse talk about treating Covid-19 patients. “For the first time, speaking with President-elect Biden, I had hoped, and with that came such an emotional release,” says Mary Turner, president of the Minnesota Nurses Association

Look, I too once tried to save face by pretending to win something I had lost. Then I turned six. Start the transition.

Media, the word you are avoiding is “coup.” I’m not saying they will succeed - they will not. But they are trying to overturn a free, fair election and this deserves at least as much attention as the full week you devoted to Sarah Sanders being refused service at a restaurant.

@CarlHigbie  says Andrew Cuomo's Emmy nomination "may be for best actor, for pretending to play an actual Governor on TV."

'Blatant collusion' between Big Tech companies - why it's time to take action, says Chris Salcedo. "[They] know nothing about the subject matter they are censoring - nevertheless, they silence everyday Americans anyway."

The real question about Christmas-> do you want to expose the people you love to this virus? Do you want to be responsible for the virus spreading at your home, or as a guest in someone else's? If you don't, be cautious. Don't need govt to tell you that. It's common sense.

We survived the rocket attack on Kabul. Took my 2 months old daughter, marched my wife to kitchen and tucked my baby in my arms with the fridge. 10 mins of agonizing chances taken. When each rocket was fired, I’d say “no god please no not today my daughter is still a baby.”

"The Georgia Secretary of State's office has issued a correction to a statement saying they certified the results." @_Cappadonna_  reports.

At this point, I really think we need to study Rudy's blood for some kind of miracle resistance to Covid.