More than 56,200 have died of coronavirus in the U.S., nearing how many were killed in the Vietnam War from 1955 to 1975. Tuesday’s news on COVID-19.
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Defectors from North Korea say many of their relatives and contacts were unaware of the international speculation over leader Kim Jong Un's health or were unwilling to discuss the issue in clandestine calls made from the South. Two defectors told Reuters their relatives in North Korea did not know that Kim has been missing from public view for almost two weeks, said they didn't want to discuss the issue, or abruptly hung up when the supreme leader was mentioned. Kim's health is a state secret in insular North Korea and speculation about him or his family can invite swift retribution.
The experimental coronavirus treatment leronlimab has reduced the plasma viral load and restored the immune system of COVID-19 patients, according to data from a small group of patients.
From Captain Marvel’s first day to Captain America messing around, the Russo brothers tweeted a ton of behind-the-scenes goodies during their watch party.
The United States faces a tough, messy battle if it uses a threat to trigger a return of all United Nations sanctions on Iran as leverage to get the 15-member Security Council to extend and strengthen an arms embargo on Tehran, diplomats said. Washington has shared its strategy, confirmed by a U.S. official speaking on condition of anonymity, with Britain, France and Germany, who are council members and parties to the 2015 deal between Iran and world powers that prevents Tehran from developing nuclear weapons in exchange for sanctions relief.
Pregnant women in the video game industry face extraordinary challenges — beyond the usual travails of game development.
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