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Biden says travel bans will stay despite Trump order

The US president-elect dismisses a White House order lifting entry bans for much of Europe and Brazil. Source link

What security in Washington, D.C., looks like ahead of the inauguration

Following the deadly violence at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 by pro-Trump rioters, security measures for Joe Biden’s Jan.

Remittances to El Salvador rebound after early pandemic drop

El Salvador authorities say the money sent home by Salvadoran migrants plunged 40% at the start of the coronavirus pandemic,

Coronavirus vaccine passports aren't available yet, but could be an investment for the future

While a number of tech companies are working on vaccine passports, they aren’t ready yet for widespread use. Source link

Putin foe Navalny to be detained for 30 days after returning to Moscow

Putin foe Navalny to be detained for 30 days after returning to Moscow Source link

Starvation crisis looms as aid groups seek urgent Tigray access

Humanitarians sound alarm for millions of people in need of emergency assistance in Ethiopia's conflict-hit region. Source link

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"I'm coming for you" – Bayley makes a target of a former WWE Women's Tag Team Champion

"I'm coming for you" – Bayley makes a target of a former WWE Women's Tag Team Champion Source link

 

Deshaun Watson calls off fans who gathered to protest Texans' treatment of QB

Texans fans are nothing if not devoted to Deshaun Watson. Source link

 

West Ham vs West Brom preview: Antonio to go alone?

Team news and stats ahead of West Ham vs West Brom in the Premier League on Tuesday; kick-off 6pm. Source

 

‘I won’t say who’: Matt Dufty reveals interest from NRL rivals as Dragons stall on new deal

Dragons fullback Matt Dufty has revealed he’s heard nothing about a potential new contract with the club as he approaches

 

Blazers' CJ McCollum out at least a week with sprained foot

Portland Trail Blazers guard CJ McCollum is on track to miss a minimum of four total games due to the

 

Security was a concern, but South Africa are comfortable now: Quinton de Kock satisfied with arrangements in Pakistan

Security was a concern, but South Africa are comfortable now: Quinton de Kock satisfied with arrangements in Pakistan Source link