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Great explosion shakes Iran again, the 3rd explosion in 3 weeks

An explosion rocked West Tehran early Friday, state media reported. It caused widespread blackouts in two residential areas and annoyed the Iranians, who were awakened by an early morning explosion for the third time in a row. The exact location of the Friday explosion was unclear, but analysts said there are several military and training facilities in the area that …

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Congress releases released Pentagon files that indicate that US troops have been exposed to dangerous toxins

The base in question was a former Soviet military facility called Karshi-Khanabad Air Base in southern Uzbekistan, often referred to as “K2”, which served as a central logistic hub for U.S. forces during the campaign against Al Qaeda and the neighboring Taliban in Afghanistan immediately after the September 11 attacks. Thousands of American troops were stationed there from 2001 to …

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Bolivia’s president and Venezuela’s socialist party leader test positive for Covid-19 | World news

Two other leading Latin American politicians – from Bolivia and Venezuela – said they had tested positive for Covid-19 the same week that the Brazilian president announced he was infected with coronavirus. Diosdado Cabello, Venezuela’s second largest official and leader of the Socialist Party, announced his diagnosis on social media Thursday evening and said he was self-isolating. “We will prevail …

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Florida reports record COVID-19 deaths in a single day

Florida reported 120 coronavirus-related deaths on Thursday, a record high for the Sunshine State since the pandemic began. According to the Florida Department of Health released on Thursday, nearly 9,000 new cases have been added to the total of more than 232,718 confirmed infections in the state. Florida has had more than 4,000 confirmed virus-related deaths. Florida hit a record …

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What derailed the big summer opening

Harvard University students take courses online, even if they live on campus. As it turns out, the great reopening of the pandemic summer in the United States has gone far off course. “Basically, we see what happened in New York in March, except in several metropolitan areas in the country,” said Dr. Leana Wen, emergency physician and professor of public …

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The corona virus can be in the air indoors, says the WHO

According to some scientists, airborne transmission is the most likely explanation for multiple infection groups, including a choir in Washington State and a restaurant in China. However, WHO staff have not yet accepted the importance of these case studies, and instead have “made up an alternate story” in which an infected person spat on his hands, wiped them on something, …

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Esper said in the house’s testimony that he had received no information about the word “bounty”.

Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Thursday that he could not remember receiving briefings that contained “the word bounty”. Russia has reportedly offered Afghan militants bounties for the murder of US soldiers. Esper was asked about the reports during a hearing before the House Armed Services Committee. NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER SAYS, TRUMP’S CIA BRIEFER decided not to SHARE RUSSIA BOUNTY …

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