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ROME, Sept. 16 (Xinhua) -- When the Convitto Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele II in the Italian capital reopened its doors earlier this week, its student body of nearly 1,900 entered the school in shifts.
HOUSTON/MOBILE, Ala. (Reuters) - For Grant Saltz, who runs a barbecue restaurant in Mobile, Alabama, what struck him about Hurricane Sally was its steady, deliberate pace, after the storm rumbled into the U.S. Gulf Coast on Wednesday as a powerful Category 2 hurricane.
NAIROBI, Sept. 16 (Xinhua) -- The majority of African countries managed to revitalize digital learning when schools closed en masse to help curb the spread of coronavirus, said a report that was launched in Nairobi on Wednesday.
BLANTYRE, Malawi, Sept. 16 (Xinhua) -- As school reopens in Malawi, it has been a great concern that many girls are not returning to school because of early pregnancies and child marriages due to long COVID-19 holidays.
(Reuters) - Some U.S. college students are doing the once-improbable: blowing the whistle on classmates who break rules aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Tamika Palmer's voice broke as she spoke about the city of Louisville, Kentucky's $12 million (9.27 million pounds) settlement and planned reforms after the killing of her daughter, Breonna Taylor, during a botched police raid.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - The splitting headaches began when smoke from wildfires rolled in around Tim Hunt's suburban Seattle home. Next came a debilitating fatigue.
PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - Thousands of evacuees displaced by deadly wildfires in Oregon settled into a second week of life in shelters and car camping on Tuesday as fire crews battled on, and search teams scoured the ruins of incinerated homes for the missing.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Dozens of children were injured in New Zealand on Wednesday after a school bus collided with a train at a level crossing in the North Island town of Bunnythorpe.
GENEVA, Sept. 15 (Xinhua) -- Less than 10 percent of globally reported COVID-19 cases and less than 0.2 percent of deaths have been people under the age of 20, but more research is still needed on the risk of severe disease and death among children and adolescents, the chief of the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.