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Vandals evade dozens of works of art in Berlin museums

BERLIN – Vandals sprayed dozens of works of art and objects throughout Berlin’s Museum Island complex with “an oily liquid,” officials said on Wednesday, asking questions about the safety of the priceless German collections. The Berlin police have been investigating the attacks on at least 63 items that are kept in three central Berlin museums for more than two weeks. …

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Fire in South Korea: Dozens are hospitalized in Ulsan after a fire engulfed the 33-story apartment building

The fire broke out in the 33-story building around 11 p.m. and continued to burn on Friday morning, authorities told CNN. Photos of the scene show black smoke rising over the building and blackened debris scattered on the street. No deaths have been reported to date. According to the Ulsan Fire Department, 91 people were hospitalized for minor injuries such …

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Dozens of ancient penguin mummies have been discovered in a lost nesting site in Antarctica

On a dry, windy cape in the south AntarcticThe floor is littered with dead, mummified Penguins. The rocks around them are littered with bones, pebbles and guano patches – the telltale traces of a newly abandoned Adélie penguin colony. Scenes like this are common in Antarctica’s Ross Sea, home to millions of Adélies and other thriving penguin populations. Still, the …

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Dozens of ancient coffins revealed in Egypt

Dozens of 2,500 year old coffins found in the vast Saqqara necropolis in Egypt were on display on Saturday. The 59 coffins of Egyptian priests and employees from the 26th Dynasty were discovered in August at the site south of Cairo. They were buried in three shafts 30 to 40 feet long, along with 28 statues of the ancient Egyptian …

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University of California System: Dozens of students were inappropriately enrolled in schools, the accountant says

The University of California’s admission review found that UC Berkeley, UCLA, UC San Diego, and UC Santa Barbara improperly admitted a total of 64 applicants between 2013 and 2019. “By admitting 64 uncompetitive applicants, the university has undermined the fairness and integrity of its admissions process and deprived qualified students of admission,” California accountant Elaine Howle said in a statement. …

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Dozens were scared dead when landslides wiped out homes in Nepal

KATHMANDU, Nepal – Landslides triggered by heavy rains this weekend killed at least 11 people and left many more missing in earthquakes in a hilly region of Nepal bordering Tibet. Many locals had recently rebuilt their homes in a district that has proven to be one of the most prone to landslides in Nepal since the earthquake. Nepal is also …

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Dozens of AmazonBasics products could pose a security risk, according to the report

Affected products include USB charging cables, battery chargers, office equipment, and other inexpensive accessories. A particularly problematic product, according to CNN, was a voice-operated microwave that “started sparking and smoking” as soon as it was turned on by researchers who were called upon by CNN to investigate the product. CNN notes that in some cases, the product in question was …

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The coronavirus outbreak in the UK charity football game is leading to dozens of cases, with hundreds asked to self-isolate

After more than two dozen coronavirus cases were reported at a charity soccer game in England, hundreds were asked to self-isolate. According to a press release, up to 300 football fans who played a game at Burnside Working Men’s Club on the Sunderland-Durham border on Aug. 30 will be quarantined from the date of the event after 28 people tested …

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Hong Kong Police Arrest Dozens During Late Election Protests News

More than 30 people were arrested by Hong Kong police when riot officials – against the postponement of local elections – ran rounds of pepperballs on pro-democracy protesters. Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in the Asian financial center on Sunday to demonstrate against a new national security law imposed by China and to prevent the postponement of the …

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