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Britain warns coronavirus monitor devices work less well for darker-skinned people
The NHS said the devices used to monitor blood-oxygen levels at home may give inaccurate readings for people with darker skin.
Former Supreme Court Judge Suspect In President's Killing: Haiti Police
Haitian police had earlier this week issued an arrest warrant for Wendelle Coq-Thelot, a former Supreme Court judge who was ousted with two other judges earlier in February when...
Illegal gold mining on Colombia's rivers rising: UN
The illegal mining of gold from rivers and waterways in Colombia is increasing, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) said in a new report.
"They Thought I Was Dead": Wife Of Haiti's Assassinated President
The killers eventually found what they were looking for in president Jovenel Moise's residence, and made cursory efforts on their way out to see if first lady Martine Moise was ...
‘I Think We Can Learn a Lot From Black Thinkers’: An Interview With Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal
Considered before the 2019 elections as the ‘“youthful face of resistance to Thailand’s junta” and chastised until today for his writings and speeches against militarism and con...
Victoria's Secret UK Goes Into Liquidation Amid Pandemic-Induced Sales Drop
The lingerie retailer hired administrators in June 2020 due to the negative effects of the coronavirus lockdown. However, the move didn't save the company branch, as sales conti...
Next Covid variant 'could kill one in three people'
Research presented to the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) today warned a future strain could be as deadly as MERS - which kill 35 per cent of infected people - ...
China, Australia Ramp Up Covid Curbs As Delta Variant Spreads
The Delta variant, which was first identified in India, is forcing governments to reimpose tough measures, while other nations are reconsidering plans to open their economies.
Mexico won’t be ‘hostage’ to Big Pharma, president says, as internet predicts trouble after country rejects Covid jabs for kids
Social media users have theorized that President Andres Manuel López Obrador could face severe repercussions after he refused to purchase Covid vaccines for children, vowing tha...
Wealthy Americans Targeted by U.S. in Panama Tax-Fraud Probe
U.S. authorities obtained a court order allowing them to demand financial information from banks and couriers about wealthy Americans suspected of using a Panamanian law firm to...
Chatbots' online takeover still some way off, according to new study
The German university’s study found that users’ negative reactions to unknowingly interacting with chatbots rose according to how critical they deemed the service query.
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