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Old news | From the Wenatchee World Archives: Stetson buys the Elberta Hotel; Monitor obtains a new railway depot; Columbia River Rises Rapidly | Old news

115 years ago – 1906 CF Slocum has leased store space behind the Wenatchee Bazaar on Mission Street and will establish a furniture and upholstery repair business. Contractor George R. Wilson returned yesterday from Cashmere where he had just completed construction of a new warehouse for Wenatchee Produce Co. His …

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EU calls for heavy sanctions on AstraZeneca for dose delays, World News

The European Union on Wednesday asked a Belgian court to impose sanctions of up to millions of euros per day on AstraZeneca for doses of COVID-19 vaccine that it failed to deliver to the block. The demand came as EU countries and their executive, the European Commission, took legal action …

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Latest Covid-19 vaccine and global news

Nearly three-quarters of patients with moderate to severe Covid-19 had at least one long-term symptom, according to a new review of existing research published Wednesday in JAMA Network Open. Researchers at Stanford University performed a review of 45 existing studies that followed a total of 9,751 patients in the months …

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Syrians vote in election with certainty to re-mandate Assad | World news

By ALBERT AJI, Associated Press DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) – Syrians from government-controlled areas of the war-torn country went to polling stations Wednesday morning to vote in a presidential election that will give President Bashar Assad a fourth seven-year term. The vote is the second presidential election since the conflict began …

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Migration lawsuit launched against EU Borders Agency | World news

By LORNE COOK, Associated Press BRUSSELS (AP) – Human rights lawyers said on Tuesday they had taken legal action against the European Union’s border and coast guard agency before the bloc’s highest court , accusing Frontex of violating the rights of people trying to seek asylum and other violations of …

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Latest news on vaccines and the world

Tietê Bus Station on March 19 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Rodrigo Paiva / Getty Images The São Paulo government on Monday announced plans to prevent the coronavirus variant first identified in India from reaching Brazil’s most populous metropolis, after a confirmed case and other suspected infections were detected in the …

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Greta Thunberg Responds to Chinese State Media Fatshaming | World news

Greta Thunberg proved that even the might of Chinese state media cannot demean her after a damning personal article commented on her weight. The climate activist tweeted a link to a story detailing the article on the China Daily website and said, “Being fat ashamed by Chinese state media is …

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Latest news on vaccines and the world

India reported 4,454 new deaths linked to Covid-19 on Monday, bringing the death toll in the country to 303,720, according to the Indian Ministry of Health. India is the third country to report more than 300,000 deaths from the virus, after Brazil and the United States, according to data from …

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Top 10 global news: France warning to ski tragedy in UK, Italy and more, World News

TOP 10 WORLD NEWS TODAY: In our daily evening newsletter we bring you the biggest stories of the day from multiple rhythms. In today’s news, taking inspiration from the United States, the United Kingdom has adopted a digital visa system to keep a check on the actual number of people …

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Iran Says Inspectors Can No Longer Obtain Images of Nuclear Sites | World news

By NASSER KARIMI and JON GAMBRELL, Associated Press Tehran, Iran (AP) – The speaker of Iran’s parliament said on Sunday that international inspectors could no longer access surveillance footage of the Islamic Republic’s nuclear sites, escalating tensions amid diplomatic efforts in Vienna to salvage the deal atomic of Tehran with …

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