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(Reuters) - Democratic President-elect Joe Biden has begun nominating the members of his Cabinet and White House, working to fulfill his promise to build an administration that reflects the United States' diversity.
NEW YORK, Dec. 2 (Xinhua) -- Of the 193,551 COVID-19 tests reported on Tuesday in New York State, 8,973 were positive, or 4.63 percent of the total, down from 4.96 percent one day earlier, tweeted Governor Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday.
ZHYTOMYR, Ukraine (Reuters) - Valentyn Frechka was a high school student living in rural Ukraine when he began a science project to turn fallen leaves from trees and plants into paper.
KERBALA, Iraq (Reuters) - In September, a senior Iranian commander made an unannounced visit to one of Shi'ite Islam's holiest sites in the southern Iraqi city of Kerbala.
LONDON (AFP): Britain on Wednesday (Dec 2) became the first Western country to approve a Covid-19 vaccine for general use, announcing a rollout of Pfizer-BioNTech's drug from next week in a historic advance for humanity's fightback against the coronavirus.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): The Chinese economy is likely to witness normal growth next year, as the economic effect of the Covid-19 pandemic may diminish, and the government will continuously boost domestic demand, support innovative development and improve the business environment, experts said.
In a landmark move for a top Hollywood actor, the performer has come out as transgender, introducing himself as Elliot Page in social media posts.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The world's first cell-cultured meat product - bite-sized chicken by Californian start-up Eat Just - will soon be available at restaurants here, now that Singapore authorities have deemed it safe for consumption.