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Researchers track COVID-19 infection dynamics in the saliva and nasal cavities

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A research team led by scientists at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) tracked the rise and fall of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus

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Musk could make some Twitter users pay ‘slight’ fee to tweet

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ELON Musk is planning to make good on his promise to find new revenue streams for Twitter. Twitter’s new owner

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Ukraine retakes a Kharkiv region village, inches closer towards Russian border

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Ukrainian forces have retaken another village in the northern Kharkiv region as a counteroffensive continues against Russian forces. In a

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Iran’s oil minister in Venezuela to discuss overcoming US sanctions

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Iran’s oil minister has paid an official visit to ally Venezuela to meet President Nicolas Maduro and discuss ways to

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Putin to undergo cancer surgery; expected to hand over power to ex KGB spy: Report

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Moscow: According to a British Media report, Russian President Vladimir Putin will hand over the reins of the country to his chosen ex-KGB

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Russia not seeking to end Ukraine war by May 9: FM Lavrov

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Russia’s foreign minister says its Victory Day anniversary is not relevant to the pace of its war in Ukraine. Moscow

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Israel slams Russia’s FM for saying Hitler had ‘Jewish origins’ as unforgiveable” and “outrageous “

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Israeli officials are castigating Russia and demanding an apology for comments its foreign minister made about Nazism over the weekend.

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Macron accuses Le Pen of being on Putin’s payroll

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PARIS — President Emmanuel Macron made an unprecedentedly direct attack on far-right leader Marine Le Pen on Wednesday by using a key

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Desperate and isolated Putin claims Russia launched its ‘Satan’ missile, capable of firing up to 15 nukes

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Desperate and isolated Vladimir Putin claims Russia launched its ‘Satan’ missile, capable of firing up to 12 nuclear warheads at

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Yemen’s new leader warns Houthis: “Our first option is peace, but we are ready for war

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RIYADH: Yemen’s new leaders are “ready for war” should the latest push for peace with Houthis fail, but a senior

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