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YEREVAN/BAKU (Reuters) - Fighting escalated sharply on Monday between Azerbaijan and its ethnic Armenian mountain enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, and at least 55 people were killed in a second day of heavy clashes.
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 27 (Xinhua) -- Warner Bros.' sci-fi action film "Tenet" led ticket sales at the North American box office with 3.4 million U.S. dollars from 2,850 locations this weekend as theaters are steadily reopening across the United States after months-long closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
IN the weeks to come The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (Star-NiE) programme presents a collection of stories donated by The Strait Times newspaper of Singapore for use by teachers and students in the classroom.
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.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea said on Tuesday none of its joint military action plans with the United States include any use of nuclear weapons, after a book by a U.S. journalist sparked debate over whether scenarios of a full-blown war with North Korea would entail a nuclear attack from either side.
PUTRAJAYA: The Education Ministry director-general has encouraged teachers and students to participate in the #StandTogether National Kindness Week movement, as it helps students’ holistic development by building important social skills such as empathy.
TALENT, Ore. (Reuters) - Tracy Koa, a high school teacher in Oregon, was in her classroom last Tuesday preparing for the first day of school - which would be online due to COVID-19 - when her 13-year-old daughter called in alarm: A fire was coming, and they had to evacuate, now.
MISRATA, Libya (Reuters) - As the pandemic started to rage through Libya last month, medics working in the war-ravaged country's few functioning hospitals faced their nightmare scenario - a surge in cases and dwindling resources.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump acknowledged to a journalist early in the coronavirus pandemic that he played down the danger of the health crisis despite having evidence to the contrary, according to a new book.