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The pandemic is stirring deep resentments in Europe

Europe's had a torrid time since the start of the pandemic. For a continent whose prosperity relies on political cooperation, seamless supply chains and the uncomplicated crossing of borders, a crisis that pits nation against nation and demands limited movement is a challenge.
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The pandemic is stirring deep resentments in Europe. They may not be quick to heal

Europe's had a torrid time since the start of the pandemic. For a continent whose prosperity relies on political cooperation, seamless supply chains and the uncomplicated crossing of borders, a crisis that pits nation against nation and demands limited movement is a challenge.
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The pandemic is stirring deep resentments in Europe. They may not be quick to heal

Europe's had a torrid time since the start of the pandemic. For a continent whose prosperity relies on political cooperation, seamless supply chains and the uncomplicated crossing of borders, a crisis that pits nation against nation and demands limited movement is a challenge.
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The pandemic is stirring deep resentments in Europe. They may not be quick to heal

Europe's had a torrid time since the start of the pandemic. For a continent whose prosperity relies on political cooperation, seamless supply chains and the uncomplicated crossing of borders, a crisis that pits nation against nation and demands limited movement is a challenge.
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New reasons to think the work-from-home revolution is overblown

One year after the Covid-19 pandemic forced millions of workers to start clocking in from home, many companies are thinking about how to bring their employees back into the office.
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When your 'pandemic puppy' doesn't work out

Lockdown seemed like the perfect time to get a dog, but for some, the excitement turned into regret.
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It's Major: Pets poised for a return to the White House


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Pandemic, hunger forces thousands into sex work in Mexico


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Crews relocate fish as they prepare to drain lake, start work on dam


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Captain Hunter back for England against Italy

England captain Sarah Hunter will return for the first time in 13 months as head coach Simon Middleton makes sweeping changes for Saturday's Women's Six Nations match in Italy.
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Customs officials have seized over 20 million counterfeit masks since the beginning of the year

Millions of counterfeit masks have been seized by Customers and Border Protection (CBP) officials since the start of the pandemic. But the last few months have seen an "exponential increase" in counterfeit mask seizures, a CBP official told CNN.
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Want to keep unemployment benefits? Many states are again requiring a job search

When the coronavirus pandemic forced states to lock down last year, they suspended a long-standing requirement that the unemployed have to be looking for work in order to receive jobless benefits.
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Opinion: It's time to face the new reality on mask wearing

Walking around my Brooklyn neighborhood as the country comes out of a long, Covid-depressed winter, I notice nearly everyone engaging in a curious pandemic ritual: as we stroll past brownstones, we all pull our masks up as soon as we see one another coming.
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Assault that left police officer and assailant dead shows Capitol still under threat three months after January 6 insurrection

The alert of another violent attack on the US Capitol grounds sent shockwaves through Washington, DC, Friday -- shattering the sense of relative calm at the start of the holiday weekend and reminding everyone that a nation just beginning to crawl out from under the pandemic's long shadow is also still under threat nearly three months after the January 6 insurrection.
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Brazil is breaking Covid-19 records. See what some hospitals look like

March 2021 has been the deadliest month since the start of the pandemic in Brazil with 66,573 Covid-19 deaths. At least 625 cities across the country warn of running out of oxygen within one week and 15 of Brazil's 26 states report an ICU occupancy at or over 90 percent. CNN's Shasta Darlington reports from Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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Sales of Bentleys and Lamborghinis are booming because rich people are bored

It's been a great time to be selling really, really expensive cars.
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Google pushes start button for reopening offices

The search engine giant is keen to get people back into its offices while promoting bringing dogs to work.
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New documents show Trump officials' 'haphazard and ineffective' approach to procuring PPE at start of pandemic, House committee says

The Democratic-led House select committee reviewing the federal response to Covid-19 says it obtained documents that show the Trump administration at the start of the pandemic crisis "pursued a haphazard and ineffective approach to procurement" of personal protective equipment and medical supplies.
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WHO report into the pandemic raises more questions

A World Health Organization (WHO) report into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic said the virus probably spread to people through an animal, and was transmitted among humans no more than a month or two before it was noticed in December 2019.
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Large crowds sing along at concert with no restrictions in New Zealand

Playing to massive audiences in New Zealand during their "To the Island" tour, iconic band Crowded House is reminding everyone what life was like before the pandemic. Neil Finn and Nick Seymour talk to CNN's John Vause about their return to the stage.
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Large crowds sing along at concert with no restrictions in New Zealand

Playing to massive audiences in New Zealand during their "To the Island" tour, iconic band Crowded House is reminding everyone what life was like before the pandemic. Neil Finn and Nick Seymour talk to CNN's John Vause about their return to the stage.
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Why are more young people getting sick with Covid-19 in Brazil?

It took only 10 days from start to finish, from the time 28-year-old Graciane da Silva got sick to the time she died.
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Coronavirus: More work needed to rule out lab leak theory says WHO

All possible causes of the pandemic remain on the table, says the WHO, though lab leak least likely.
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Irish pubs could become work hubs in post-pandemic plan

Remote workers will be enticed to live in the countryside through a new "quality of life" policy.
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Analysis: Don't throw away your masks yet

The US is entering a confusing time in the pandemic with vaccine distribution numbers soaring to new heights at the same time infection rates tick up nationwide.
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I'm making a comeback, says De La Hoya, 48

Former 11-time world champion Oscar de la Hoya says he will make a return to the ring on 3 July, 13 years after retiring.
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Lula da Silva: Brazil's former President leaves door open for return as he slams leaders' pandemic response

Brazil's former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has said he would not rule out running again in 2022, and criticized world leaders for failing to tackle the coronavirus pandemic in a unified way.
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Why are more young people getting sick with Covid-19 in Brazil?

It took only 10 days from start to finish, from the time 28-year-old Graciane da Silva got sick to the time she died.
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Doctors describe a worrying pattern in Brazil's latest surge, with young people getting severely ill and dying

It took only 10 days from start to finish, from the time 28-year-old Graciane da Silva got sick to the time she died.
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People can expect changes that will affect several aspects, from where they visit to how they get there

As the world ground to a halt last March, many travelers expected to be globetrotting again in a few months time.
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