(DAEGU, South Korea) -- Hundreds lined up outside the E-mart store in Daegu, South Korea, before its opening on Monday morning as the supermarket chain is selling a high-demand item: face masks. Twenty-one million face masks were sold in two location...

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(BERLIN) -- A suspect drove into a carnival procession in Germany Monday, leaving several people hurt, police said, citing preliminary reports. The crash was in the north-central town of Volkmarsen during the annual Rose Monday parade, accord...

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(LONDON) -- China has postponed its most important political gathering as the country struggles to contain a deadly coronavirus outbreak, according to state media.The nation's top legislature approved a draft decision on Monday to delay the a...

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(NEW YORK) -- As the humanitarian crisis in the last rebel-held province in Syria deteriorates, the U.S. embassy in Syria has commemorated the journalist Marie Colvin, killed by government forces while reporting in the war-torn country, on the eighth...

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(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump's "America First" worldview has, at times, shaken the foundation of some of the United States' traditional alliances and earned the 45th president the reputation as a disrupter on the world stage.What ma...

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(SEOUL, South Korea) -- South Korea has raised the alert level for the novel coronavirus to “highest” on Sunday as confirmed cases continue to rise at an alarming rate."The COVID-19 incident has been confronted by a grave watershe...

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(CAIRO) -- Egypt's restrictions on what it deems inappropriate forms of art have reached a new height with a ban on a popular genre of street music, striking a chord with conservatives and drawing sharp rebuke from intellectuals and young music enthu...

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(NEW YORK) -- Iran held its 11th parliament election on Friday amid the toughest sanctions on the country and after a few hectic months, domestically.The competition for more than 290 seats in the parliament seems an already-won game for the...

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(SEOUL, South Korea) -- South Korea's number of newly confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus more than doubled Saturday to a total of 433 -- an eightfold jump in just four days."The situation is entering a new phase," Vice Health and Welfar...

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(NEW YORK) -- The Earth's coral reefs, some of the most diverse and valuable ecosystems in the world, are facing a number of serious threats. Beyond large-scale events like climate change, local stressors, including persistent sunscreen pollution, ar...

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(VANCOUVER, Canada) -- A man in Vancouver, Canada attempted to steal a float plane early Friday morning, Canadian authorities confirmed.At around 3:30 a.m., authorities responded to reports that a man tried to steal a Seair charter aircraft,...

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(LONDON) -- Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, will not use their Sussex Royal brand in their new roles as non-working members of Britain's royal family."The Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to use 'SussexRoyal'...

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(NEW YORK) -- In a rapid development, Iranian authorities reported 18 cases of novel coronavirus and four deaths over the course of two days, the World Health Organization detailed at a Friday news conference. Lebanon also reported its first coronavi...

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(WASHINGTON) -- An agreement between the U.S. and the Taliban to reduce violence in Afghanistan will begin Friday at midnight local time, according to U.S., Afghan and Taliban officials. If the seven-day truce is deemed successful, the two si...

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