His fundraising efforts earned him fame, admiration and a knighthood by Queen Elizabeth in July....

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The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine's "plug and play" platform means it's easy to modify, and scientists expect an update to fight new, troubling variants by the fall....

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A damning report on the Jamal Khashoggi murder and increasing hostility by the Iran-backed Houthis may both impact the president's efforts to end a brutal war....

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The queen said that those who are hesitant to get the vaccine "ought to think about other people rather than themselves."...

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Putin foe's relocation to an undisclosed prison comes as Amnesty International faces a backlash over a dubiously timed decision to delist him as a "prisoner of conscience."...

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Under the new legislation, local authorities, the Education Ministry and welfare service can ask for personal info on anyone who has declined the vaccine....

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Even after one dose, the vaccine proved very effective at preventing serious illness and death....

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David Vencl said he felt "great" after emerging from a hole in the ice that covered the water of a disused quarry, which was chilled to a numbing 37 degrees....

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Eagle-eyed space enthusiasts spotted a hidden message in binary code within the pattern of the rover's parachute....

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3 years after Trump withdrew, Biden administration acknowledges rights body's "disproportionate focus on Israel," but "humbly" asks for readmission....

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80 freshwater species have already been declared extinct — 16 of them in 2020 alone....

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Iran's government says cooperation with international nuclear inspectors is being curbed, but it's a nuanced move, and everyone seems to want to talk....

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The Northern Sea Route is a shortcut across the Arctic that can save shipping companies a lot of cash, but was never passable in the winter, until now....

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"The danger of these hate-driven movements is growing by the day," said Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, adding that the hate was being "cheered on" by people in power....

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