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State officials said the bus was heading to Chalma when it apparently lost its brakes and slammed into a building.
It was part of a global effort to pressure the e-commerce giant on one of its busiest days of the year.
Early evidence suggests it carries an increased risk of reinfection compared with other highly transmissible variants, the World Health Organization said.
Dozens of miners are presumed dead after a devastating methane explosion filled the mine with toxic fumes.
Brazil has surpassed the U.S.’s vaccination rate thanks to a robust public health system. But experts worry about the long-term effects of vaccine disinformation.
Carlos Arthur Nuzman was found guilty of corruption, criminal organization, money laundering and tax evasion.
Protests, arson and looting have ravaged the capital in recent days following his government’s decision to switch alliances from Taiwan to Beijing.
The U.S., U.K. and EU have all temporarily barred flights from certain African nations amid fears over the new coronavirus strain, omicron.
Sharbat Gulla gained global fame in 1984 after a photograph of her was published on the cover of National Geographic.
The blast sent a plume of smoke above a busy part of Mogadishu during the morning rush hour and shredded part of the school.
France’s interior minister said it's the biggest tragedy involving migrants on the crossing to date. Four suspected traffickers have been arrested.
George Brooksbank had reportedly “been ill for some time” after contracting COVID-19 last year.
Rudy Guede is the only person convicted in the 2007 killing of the British student in Perugia, Italy.
Sweden has been viewed as one of Europe’s most progressive countries when it comes to gender relations, but had yet to have a woman in the top political post.
The former officer spied on rival bids and then kept tabs on Qatar’s critics in the soccer world, an investigation by The Associated Press found.
Interior Minister Boyko Rashkov told reporters at the crash site that he had “never in my life seen something more horrifying.”
Only 40 people have died in New Zealand since the coronavirus pandemic began.
The 95-year-old British monarch has canceled several recent public appearances on her doctors’ advice.
Demonstrators marched in Brussels against reinforced COVID-19 restrictions imposed to counter the latest spike in coronavirus cases across Europe.