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"I felt it was a message from God" This Greek Orthodox church's altar survived the explosion in Beirut unscathed - even its oil lamp stayed lit

'We failed': one scientist's despair as Brazil Covid-19 deaths hit 100,000

BREAKING: COVID-19 CASES IN PH BREACH 129,000-MARK DOH reports additional 3,109 confirmed cases of #COVID19 . As of 4 p.m., Aug. 9, 2020, the country now has a total of 129,913 cases. Active cases reach 59,970. New recoveries: 654; total: 67,673. New deaths: 61; total: 2,270.

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“Something definitely changed at the post office,” President of the American Postal Workers Union Mark Diamondstein says. “A few weeks ago, the new postmaster general put in some policies that we don’t think can do anything but slow down mail.”

Covid-19 patients not showing symptoms may have similar amounts of the novel coronavirus in their bodies as those who do show symptoms, according to a new study from South Korea.

On this day in 1945, an atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki. Its horrific effects are still being felt today.

This Beirut crater is from the enormous bomb that killed Lebanese PM Hariri 15 years ago. The verdict in the case was due Friday but the only defendants prosecuted are four low-level Hezbollah operatives. Those who ordered the murder have not been charged.

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Ram was the 'Dharmic', spiritual king who represented India. So naturally, the invaders wanted to look equal to or above than Shri Ram but this is no longer acceptable today: American Hindu Scholar@davidfrawleyved  tells Rahul Shivshankar on CONVERSE INDIA. | #BharatRisesWithRam 

JUST IN: Saudi Aramco's profit fell by 73.4% in the second quarter of 2020

Almost 50 people killed in three days of monsoon rain across Pakistan

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