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Sinovac Biotech, China NationalPharmaceutical Group (Sinopharm), CanSinoBIO and the Chinese Academy of Sciences are in late-stage clinical trials.None of them has released detailed efficacy data.
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n Thursday, yet with no detailed efficacy data. Following is what we know about China's vaccine development, efficacy data and approval timeline. Which are the most advanced? Five vaccines from <span>Sinovac Biotech, China NationalPharmaceutical Group (Sinopharm), CanSinoBIO and the Chinese Academy of Sciences are in late-stage clinical trials.None of them has released detailed efficacy data. Authorities approved a vaccine developed by Sinopharm'sBeijing affiliate on Thursday, a day after the developer saidinterim analysis of its Phase 3 trial showed 79.34% efficacy,without




Brazil expects to release CoronaVac's efficacy data by Jan.7 after three delays.
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showed varied efficacy readouts. Data from a late-stage trial of its CoronaVac shot in Turkey showed a 91.25% success rate, while researchers in Brazilsaid its efficacy was between 50% and 90%. <span>Brazil expects to release CoronaVac's efficacy data by Jan.7 after three delays. CanSinoBIO plans to submit clinical trial results for itsvaccine to authorities in Mexico next week, a top Mexican healthofficial said. How many people have been inoculated? While China




The South China Morning Post newspaper
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han 4.5 million doses of Sinopharm's two vaccines and Sinovac's CoronaVac. It has been ramping up the programme over the past month inanticipation of greater transmission risks over the winter. <span>The South China Morning Post newspaper reported that Chinawould vaccinate as many as 50 million people before the Lunar New Year holiday in mid-February. China also approved a vaccine from CanSinoBIO for militaryuse and the




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ar holiday in mid-February. China also approved a vaccine from CanSinoBIO for militaryuse and the vaccine had been given to some 40,000 to 50,000 people, a CanSinoBIO executive said on Nov. 28. <span>What technology is used? Sinopharm's and Sinovac's vaccines are based on traditional technology that uses inactivated or dead virus, that cannot replicate in human cells, to trigger an immune response. The overall occurrence rate of adverse reactions of those COVID-19 shots is similar to those of other inactivated vaccines, and the occurrence rate of relatively serious adverse effects







Who is buying China’s vaccines?

The United Arab Emirates became the first country to rollout a Chinese vaccine to the public this month.

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nactivated vaccines, and the occurrence rate of relatively serious adverse effects such as allergy is about two in a million, NationalHealth Administration official Zeng Yixin said on Thursday. <span>Who is buying China’s vaccines? The United Arab Emirates became the first country to rollout a Chinese vaccine to the public this month. Pakistan announced on Thursday a 1.2 million dose purchasedeal with Sinopharm. Sinovac's CoronaVac shot has been signed up by Brazil, Indonesia, Turkey, Chile and Singapore. The company




Facebook confirmed Wednesday it was closing its Irish subsidiaries at the centre of a dispute on profit shifting to avoid taxes in the United States.
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company owed billions in taxes by improperly shifting profits offshore. (Subscribe to our Today's Cache newsletter for a quick snapshot of top 5 tech stories. Click here to subscribe for free.) <span>Facebook confirmed Wednesday it was closing its Irish subsidiaries at the centre of a dispute on profit shifting to avoid taxes in the United States. The California tech giant acknowledged the winding down of Facebook Ireland Holdings Unlimited Company amid a dispute with US tax authorities, which claimed the company owed billions in




The California tech giant acknowledged the winding down of Facebook Ireland Holdings Unlimited Company amid a dispute with US tax authorities, which claimed the company owed billions in taxes by improperly shifting profits offshore.
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stories. Click here to subscribe for free.) Facebook confirmed Wednesday it was closing its Irish subsidiaries at the centre of a dispute on profit shifting to avoid taxes in the United States. <span>The California tech giant acknowledged the winding down of Facebook Ireland Holdings Unlimited Company amid a dispute with US tax authorities, which claimed the company owed billions in taxes by improperly shifting profits offshore. A Facebook spokesperson said the move was "part of a change that best aligns with our operating structure" and that the holdings of the three subsidiaries were "distributed to its US pa




Facebook says it has paid more than $11 billion globally in income tax over the past three years and that its effective tax rate over the last five years exceeds 20 percent.
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by the social network. But it noted that these assets were repatriated in July in a move which "best aligns corporate structure with where we expect to have most of our activities and people." <span>Facebook says it has paid more than $11 billion globally in income tax over the past three years and that its effective tax rate over the last five years exceeds 20 percent. Also Read | Facebook's EU-US data transfer mechanism 'cannot be used', Irish regulator says The news comes amid stalled negotiations on a new global tax treaty which would allocate prof




In November, some 75 major tech players, including Google and Facebook, backed a French initiative committing them to making a "fair tax contribution" in countries where they operate.
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ations on a new global tax treaty which would allocate profits of multinational firms including tech giants and efforts by some countries to unilaterally impose digital taxes based on revenues. <span>In November, some 75 major tech players, including Google and Facebook, backed a French initiative committing them to making a "fair tax contribution" in countries where they operate. A letter from the Editor Dear reader, We have been keeping you up-to-date with information on the developments in India and the world that have a bearing on our health and wellbeing, ou




Sydney is Australia’s most populous city
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19 in recent weeks. Share Article PRINT A A A A signs adorns a security fence near the harbour foreshore ahead of New Years Eve in Sydney, Australia, Thursday, Dec. 31, 2020. | Photo Credit: AP <span>Sydney is Australia’s most populous city and has its most active community transmission of COVID-19 in recent weeks. This New Year's Eve is being celebrated like no other, with pandemic restrictions limiting crowds and many pe




Melbourne, Australia's second-most populous city, has cancelled its fireworks this year.
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,294) for a seat, Sydney’s The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported Wednesday. Sydney is Australia’s most populous city and has its most active community transmission of COVID-19 in recent weeks. <span>Melbourne, Australia's second-most populous city, has cancelled its fireworks this year. “For the first time in many, many years we made the big decision, difficult decision to cancel the fireworks,” Melbourne Mayor Sally Capp said. “We did that because we know that it attr




New Zealand, which is two hours ahead of Sydney
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We did that because we know that it attracts up to 450,000 people into the city for one moment at midnight to enjoy a spectacular display and music. We are not doing that this year,” she added. <span>New Zealand, which is two hours ahead of Sydney, and several of its South Pacific island neighbours have no COVID-19, and New Year celebrations there are the same as ever. In Chinese societies, the Lunar New Year celebration that fal




In South Korea, Seoul's
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millions of people every year during New Year holidays and is usually open all night on New Year's Eve, will close its doors at 4 p.m. on Dec. 31 this year, the shrine announced on its website. <span>In South Korea, Seoul's city government has cancelled its annual New Year''s Eve bell-ringing ceremony in the Jongno neighbourhood for the first time since it first held the event in 1953, months after the end




Meiji Shrine in downtown Tokyo, which attracts millions of people every year during New Year holidays
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the imperial family as cheering crowds throng the palace. Train services that usually carry people on shrine visits overnight Dec. 31, as well as some countdown ceremonies, have been cancelled. <span>Meiji Shrine in downtown Tokyo, which attracts millions of people every year during New Year holidays and is usually open all night on New Year's Eve, will close its doors at 4 p.m. on Dec. 31 this year, the shrine announced on its website. In South Korea, Seoul's city government has ca




Taiwan will host its usual New Year’s celebration, a fireworks display by its capital city’s iconic tower, Taipei 101
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sts, while other planned events have been cancelled. And night-time temperatures plunging to -15 Celsius (- 5 Fahrenheit) will likely discourage people from spending the night out with friends. <span>Taiwan will host its usual New Year’s celebration, a fireworks display by its capital city’s iconic tower, Taipei 101, as well as a flag-raising ceremony in front of the Presidential Office Building the next morning. The island has been a success story in the pandemic, registering only 7 deaths and 700




Researchers at the University of California San Diego have devised an artificial intelligence (AI) tool to predict the level of loneliness in adults, with 94% accuracy.
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will know more about your emotional state than your own family members. (Subscribe to our Today's Cache newsletter for a quick snapshot of top 5 tech stories. Click here to subscribe for free.) <span>Researchers at the University of California San Diego have devised an artificial intelligence (AI) tool to predict the level of loneliness in adults, with 94% accuracy. The tool used Natural Language Processing (NLP) developed by IBM to process large amounts of unstructured natural speech and text data. It analysed factors like cognition, mobility, sle




The tool used Natural Language Processing (NLP) developed by IBM to process large amounts of unstructured natural speech and text data. It analysed factors like cognition, mobility, sleep and physical activity to understand the process of aging.
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to subscribe for free.) Researchers at the University of California San Diego have devised an artificial intelligence (AI) tool to predict the level of loneliness in adults, with 94% accuracy. <span>The tool used Natural Language Processing (NLP) developed by IBM to process large amounts of unstructured natural speech and text data. It analysed factors like cognition, mobility, sleep and physical activity to understand the process of aging. This tool is an example of how AI can be used in devices to detect mental health conditions. Market research firm Gartner predicts, by 2022, your personal device will know more about yo




Where is Emotion AI used?

The most common use lies in virtual personal assistants like Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri, that perform tasks on command.

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to research by business school MIT Sloan. Machines can analyse images and pick up subtleties in micro-expressions on humans’ faces that might happen too fast for a person to recognise, it said. <span>Where is Emotion AI used? The most common use lies in virtual personal assistants like Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri, that perform tasks on command. Amazon incorporated AI in its fitness tracker Amazon Halo, that analyses the consumer's voice to determine mood and emotional state of mind. Earlier in October, laptop maker HP introduc




Earlier in October, laptop maker HP introduced a virtual reality (VR) headset that uses sensors to measure physiological responses like facial expressions, eye movement and heartbeat to provide user-centric gaming experiences.
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exa and Apple's Siri, that perform tasks on command. Amazon incorporated AI in its fitness tracker Amazon Halo, that analyses the consumer's voice to determine mood and emotional state of mind. <span>Earlier in October, laptop maker HP introduced a virtual reality (VR) headset that uses sensors to measure physiological responses like facial expressions, eye movement and heartbeat to provide user-centric gaming experiences. The upsides The benefits of emotion-sensing tech include personalisation, especially in corporate and medical fields where user experiences are subjective. Also Read | Sony’s AI-powered




AI is not sophisticated enough to understand cultural differences in expressing and reading emotions, making it harder to draw accurate conclusions. For instance, a smile might mean one thing in Germany and another in Japan.
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'Racial Influence on Automated Perceptions of Emotions' written by a professor at University of Maryland. Also Read | How Instagram uses machine learning to personalise posts on your Home Feed <span>AI is not sophisticated enough to understand cultural differences in expressing and reading emotions, making it harder to draw accurate conclusions. For instance, a smile might mean one thing in Germany and another in Japan. Confusing these meanings can lead to make wrong decisions, especially in businesses, according to Harvard Business Review. What's next? Institutions need to be aware of potential AI bia




Emotion AI is a subset of artificial intelligence that measures, simulates and reacts to human emotions. Market research firm Gartner predicts that by 2022, your personal device will know more about your emotional state than your own family members.
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your emotional state than your own family members. Share Article 0 PRINT A A A The use of AI in tracking human emotions has been criticised, with bias being the top concern. | Photo Credit: AFP <span>Emotion AI is a subset of artificial intelligence that measures, simulates and reacts to human emotions. Market research firm Gartner predicts that by 2022, your personal device will know more about your emotional state than your own family members. (Subscribe to our Today's Cache newsletter for a quick snapshot of top 5 tech stories. Click here to subscribe for free.) Researchers at the University of California San Diego have devi




U.S. President Donald Trump has indefinitely extended the visa sanctions on countries refusing to repatriate their citizens who violated laws in the United States.
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ntries were set to expire on December 31. Share Article 0 PRINT A A A U.S. President Donald Trump | Photo Credit: Reuters The visa sanctions on such countries were set to expire on December 31. <span>U.S. President Donald Trump has indefinitely extended the visa sanctions on countries refusing to repatriate their citizens who violated laws in the United States. The visa sanctions on such countries were set to expire on December 31. Mr. Trump issued a memorandum on April 10 which empowered the Secretary of State and the homeland security secret




The vaccine is the first one approved for general use in China.

China has given conditional approval to a coronavirus vaccine developed by state-owned Sinopharm.

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PRINT A A A China has given conditional approval to a coronavirus vaccine developed by state-owned Sinopharm. The vaccine is the first one approved for general use in China. | Photo Credit: AP <span>The vaccine is the first one approved for general use in China. China has given conditional approval to a coronavirus vaccine developed by state-owned Sinopharm. The vaccine is the first one approved for general use in China. Chen Shifei, the deputy commissioner of China’s Medical Production Administration, said at a news conference on Thursday




La Soufriere volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines, a chain of islands home to more than 1,00,000 people.
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e to more than 1,00,000 people. Share Article 0 PRINT A A A File photo of a volcanic eruption near Puerto Varas, Chile. | Photo Credit: AP The most recent warning was issued late on Tuesday for <span>La Soufriere volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines, a chain of islands home to more than 1,00,000 people. Volcanoes that have been quiet for decades are rumbling to life in the eastern Caribbean, prompting officials to issue alerts in Martinique and St Vincent and the Grenadines as scientis




La Soufrière violently erupted in 1718, 1812,[2] 1902 and 1979. The Saint Vincent eruption of 6 May 1902,
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La Soufrière (volcano) - Wikipedia
ent and the Grenadines.[1] Soufrière is a stratovolcano with a crater lake and is the island's youngest and northernmost volcano. Eruptive history[edit] Volcanic dust from Mount Soufriere, 1902 <span>La Soufrière violently erupted in 1718, 1812,[2] 1902 and 1979. The Saint Vincent eruption of 6 May 1902, just hours before the eruption of Mount Pelée on Martinique, killed 1,680 people. The death zone, where almost all persons were killed, was close to entirely Carib. This last large remn




The most recent warning was issued late on Tuesday for La Soufriere volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines, a chain of islands home to more than 1,00,000 people. Officials reported tremors, strong gas emissions, formation of a new volcanic dome and changes to its crater lake.
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ife in the eastern Caribbean, prompting officials to issue alerts in Martinique and St Vincent and the Grenadines as scientists rush in to study activity they say hasn’t been observed in years. <span>The most recent warning was issued late on Tuesday for La Soufriere volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines, a chain of islands home to more than 1,00,000 people. Officials reported tremors, strong gas emissions, formation of a new volcanic dome and changes to its crater lake. The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency said that scientists observed an “effusive eruption within the crater, with visible gas and steam” on Tuesday. The government warned t




The government warned those living near the volcano to prepare to evacuate if needed, declaring an orange alert that means eruptions could occur with less than 24 hours’
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and changes to its crater lake. The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency said that scientists observed an “effusive eruption within the crater, with visible gas and steam” on Tuesday. <span>The government warned those living near the volcano to prepare to evacuate if needed, declaring an orange alert that means eruptions could occur with less than 24 hours’ notice. La Soufriere, located near the northern tip of the main island of St Vincent, last erupted in 1979, and a previous eruption in 1902 killed some 1,600 people. That occurred short




Mt Pelee too is now active once again.
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79, and a previous eruption in 1902 killed some 1,600 people. That occurred shortly before Martinique’s Mt Pelee erupted and destroyed the town of Saint-Pierre, killing more than 30,000 people. <span>Mt Pelee too is now active once again. In early December, officials in the French Caribbean territory issued a yellow alert due to seismic activity under the mountain. It was the first alert of its kind issued since the volc




While the eastern Caribbean is one long chain of active and extinct volcanoes, volcanologist Erik Klemetti, at Denison University in Ohio, said the activity at Mt Pelee and La Soufriere are not related.
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n. It was the first alert of its kind issued since the volcano last erupted in 1932, Fabrice Fontaine, with Martinique’s Volcanological and Seismological Observatory, told The Associated Press. <span>While the eastern Caribbean is one long chain of active and extinct volcanoes, volcanologist Erik Klemetti, at Denison University in Ohio, said the activity at Mt Pelee and La Soufriere are not related. “It’s not like one volcano starts erupting that others will,” he said. “It falls into the category of coincidence.” He said the activity is evidence that magma is lurking underground an




“It’s not like one volcano starts erupting that others will,” he said.
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eastern Caribbean is one long chain of active and extinct volcanoes, volcanologist Erik Klemetti, at Denison University in Ohio, said the activity at Mt Pelee and La Soufriere are not related. <span>“It’s not like one volcano starts erupting that others will,” he said. “It falls into the category of coincidence.” He said the activity is evidence that magma is lurking underground and percolating toward the surface, although he added that scientists sti




Mr. Klemetti said the most active volcano in recent years in the eastern Caribbean has been Soufriere Hills in Montserrat, which has erupted continuously since 1995, destroying the capital of Plymouth and killing at least 19 people in 1997
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cientists still don’t have a very good understanding of what controls how quickly that happens. “The answers are not entirely satisfying,” he said. “It’s science that’s still being researched.” <span>Mr. Klemetti said the most active volcano in recent years in the eastern Caribbean has been Soufriere Hills in Montserrat, which has erupted continuously since 1995, destroying the capital of Plymouth and killing at least 19 people in 1997. Seventeen of the eastern Caribbean’s 19 live volcanoes are located on 11 islands, with the remaining two are underwater near the island of Grenada, including one called Kick ’Em Jenny




Seventeen of the eastern Caribbean’s 19 live volcanoes are located on 11 islands, with the remaining two are underwater near the island of Grenada, including one called Kick ’Em Jenny that has been active in recent years.
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cent years in the eastern Caribbean has been Soufriere Hills in Montserrat, which has erupted continuously since 1995, destroying the capital of Plymouth and killing at least 19 people in 1997. <span>Seventeen of the eastern Caribbean’s 19 live volcanoes are located on 11 islands, with the remaining two are underwater near the island of Grenada, including one called Kick ’Em Jenny that has been active in recent years. A letter from the Editor Dear reader, We have been keeping you up-to-date with information on the developments in India and the world that have a bearing on our health and wellbeing, ou




U.N. experts and advocates say at least a million ethnic Uighurs have been detained at some point in camps in China's Xinjiang region.
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llyreprehensible." He said it was just part of a "mass persecution" of Uighurs in China that has involved detention of as many as 1.8. millionin internment camps, forced labor and other abuses. <span>U.N. experts and advocates say at least a million ethnic Uighurs have been detained at some point in camps in China's Xinjiang region. China calls the heavily guarded centers educational andvocational institutes, and says all those who attended have"graduated" and gone home. Access to the camps is restricted andit is n




The incident in the town of Karak
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in the attack A mob led by members of Pakistan''s radical Islamist party demolished a temple after setting it on fire in a deeply conservative northwestern town, a senior police official said. <span>The incident in the town of Karak drew condemnation from human rights activists and Pakistan''s Minister for Human Rights, Shireen Mazari. Mazari on Wednesday took to Twitter to condemn the burning of the temple and urg




Israel’s foreign minister said Wednesday he is leaving the Blue and White party
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cle 1 PRINT A A A Gabi Ashkenazi, a former military chief of staff, is joining an exodus from Blue and White ahead of March elections in which the party is expected to lose most of the 17 seats <span>Israel’s foreign minister said Wednesday he is leaving the Blue and White party and taking a “break” from politics, marking the further disintegration of the centrist party that came close to unseating Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in three hard-fought election




Gabi Ashkenazi, a former military chief of staff, is joining an exodus from Blue and White
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party and taking a “break” from politics, marking the further disintegration of the centrist party that came close to unseating Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in three hard-fought elections. <span>Gabi Ashkenazi, a former military chief of staff, is joining an exodus from Blue and White ahead of March elections in which the party is expected to lose most of the 17 seats it currently holds in the 120-member Knesset, or parliament. “I have decided not to continue in Blue




French President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday that relations between the European Union and China had strengthened in recent years, following an investment deal that will give European companies greater access to Chinese markets.
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ccording to a transcript of an online meeting between EU leaders and Chinese President Xi Jinping, Macron offered to visit China in the coming months along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. <span>French President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday that relations between the European Union and China had strengthened in recent years, following an investment deal that will give European companies greater access to Chinese markets. “The dialogue between Europe and China has strengthened and become more balanced these past few years. It continues,” Macron said in a statement on Twitter. The investment agreement was




Iran’s civil aviation authority has said the misalignment of an air defence unit’s radar system was the key “human error” that led to the plane’s downing.
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people,” ministry spokesman Oleg Nykolenko told AFP. Many of those killed in the air disaster were Iranians and Canadians, with 85 Canadian citizens or permanent residents, some dual nationals. <span>Iran’s civil aviation authority has said the misalignment of an air defence unit’s radar system was the key “human error” that led to the plane’s downing. Tehran’s air defences had been on high alert at the time in case the US retaliated against Iranian strikes hours earlier on American troops stationed in Iraq, which in turn had been in




Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran on January 8, killing all 176 people aboard.

Iran’s announcement Wednesday that it will pay $150,000 to each family of those killed in the accidental downing of a Ukrainian passenger plane was promptly slammed by Kiev as “unacceptable”.

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ated: December 31, 2020 01:56 IST Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran on January 8, killing all 176 people aboard. Share Article 1 PRINT A A A <span>Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran on January 8, killing all 176 people aboard. Iran’s announcement Wednesday that it will pay $150,000 to each family of those killed in the accidental downing of a Ukrainian passenger plane was promptly slammed by Kiev as “unacceptable”. Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran on January 8, killing all 176 people aboard. The Islamic republic admitted three days later that i




The Islamic republic admitted three days later that its forces mistakenly shot down the Kiev-bound Boeing 737-800 plane after firing two missiles, amid heightened US-Iran tensions.
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ssenger plane was promptly slammed by Kiev as “unacceptable”. Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran on January 8, killing all 176 people aboard. <span>The Islamic republic admitted three days later that its forces mistakenly shot down the Kiev-bound Boeing 737-800 plane after firing two missiles, amid heightened US-Iran tensions. “The cabinet approved the provision of $150,000, or the equivalent in euros... for the families and survivors of each of the victims of the Ukrainian plane crash as soon as possible,” I




US assassination of Iran’s top commander, General Qasem Soleimani.
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s air defences had been on high alert at the time in case the US retaliated against Iranian strikes hours earlier on American troops stationed in Iraq, which in turn had been in response to the <span>US assassination of Iran’s top commander, General Qasem Soleimani. Ukraine’s foreign minister said in July that he hoped to obtain as much financial compensation as possible in order to alleviate “the pain and mourning” of the relatives of the victims.




The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the attack in Deir Ezzor province targeted a bus carrying regime soldiers going home on leave.

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December 31, 2020 00:39 IST The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the attack in Deir Ezzor province targeted a bus carrying regime soldiers going home on leave. Share Article PRINT A A A <span>The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the attack in Deir Ezzor province targeted a bus carrying regime soldiers going home on leave. At least 30 Syrian soldiers were killed Wednesday in an attack by the jihadist Islamic State group on their bus in the east of the war-torn country, a monitor said. The Syrian Observato




The war in Syria has killed more than 387,000 people since it started in 2011, the Observatory says.
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s to Deir Ezzor and the border with Iraq. In April, 27 fighters loyal to the Damascus government and allied Iran-backed militiamen were killed in an IS attack near the desert city of Al-Sukhna. <span>The war in Syria has killed more than 387,000 people since it started in 2011, the Observatory says. The dead include more than 130,500 pro-government fighters, among them foreigners. A letter from the Editor Dear reader, We have been keeping you up-to-date with information on the deve




7 fighters loyal to the Damascus government
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in March last year but sleeper cells continue to launch attacks namely in Syria's vast desert that stretches from the central province of Homs to Deir Ezzor and the border with Iraq. In April, 2<span>7 fighters loyal to the Damascus government and allied Iran-backed militiamen were killed in an IS attack near the desert city of Al-Sukhna. The war in Syria has killed more than 387,000 people since it started in 2011, the Obser




China one year ago launched its second aircraft carrier, the Shandong, which was the first to be built at home.
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likely to take place next year, State media in China reported on Wednesday, with a renewed push to take forward military modernisation plans amid a number of territorial and maritime disputes. <span>China one year ago launched its second aircraft carrier, the Shandong, which was the first to be built at home. It joined the Liaoning, which was developed by retrofitting a Soviet-era cruiser and commissioned in 2012. The Shandong, which has already been deployed in the Taiwan Straits and in the




the Liaoning, which was developed by retrofitting a Soviet-era cruiser and commissioned in 2012. The Shandong, which has already been deployed in the Taiwan Straits and in the South China Sea, is only likely to be combat ready next year.
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modernisation plans amid a number of territorial and maritime disputes. China one year ago launched its second aircraft carrier, the Shandong, which was the first to be built at home. It joined <span>the Liaoning, which was developed by retrofitting a Soviet-era cruiser and commissioned in 2012. The Shandong, which has already been deployed in the Taiwan Straits and in the South China Sea, is only likely to be combat ready next year. Two larger aircraft carriers are being built at the Jiangnan Shipyard near Shanghai, the first of which is likely to be launched in 2021, the Communist Party-run Global Times reported o




Two larger aircraft carriers are being built at the Jiangnan Shipyard near Shanghai, the first of which is likely to be launched in 2021,
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tting a Soviet-era cruiser and commissioned in 2012. The Shandong, which has already been deployed in the Taiwan Straits and in the South China Sea, is only likely to be combat ready next year. <span>Two larger aircraft carriers are being built at the Jiangnan Shipyard near Shanghai, the first of which is likely to be launched in 2021, the Communist Party-run Global Times reported on Wednesday. This means it could be commissioned into service and be combat ready by 2023. This will be China’s first that has an integrat




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Sudoku ( 数独 , sūdoku, digit-single) ( / s uː ˈ d oʊ k uː / , /- ˈ d ɒ k -/ , / s ə -/ , originally called
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ikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search For the disease with a similar name, see Sodoku. Logic-based number-placement puzzle A typical Sudoku puzzle… …and its solution <span>Sudoku (数独, sūdoku, digit-single) (/suːˈdoʊkuː/, /-ˈdɒk-/, /sə-/, originally called Number Place)[1] is a logic-based,[2][3] combinatorial[4] number-placement puzzle. In classic sudoku, the objective is to fill a 9×9 grid with digits so that each column, each row, and







Number puzzles appeared in newspapers in the late 19th century, when French puzzle setters began experimenting with removing numbers from magic squares. Le Siècle, a Paris daily, published a partially completed 9×9 magic square with 3×3 subsquares on November 19, 1892
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ons read, "Use the numbers 1 to 9 each nine times to complete the grid in such a way that the horizontal, vertical, and two main diagonal lines all add up to the same total." Predecessors[edit] <span>Number puzzles appeared in newspapers in the late 19th century, when French puzzle setters began experimenting with removing numbers from magic squares. Le Siècle, a Paris daily, published a partially completed 9×9 magic square with 3×3 subsquares on November 19, 1892.[7] It was not a Sudoku because it contained double-digit numbers and required arithmetic rather than logic to solve, but it shared key characteristics: each row, column and subsquare a




The modern Sudoku was most likely designed anonymously by Howard Garns, a 74-year-old retired architect and freelance puzzle constructor from Connersville, Indiana, and first published in 1979 by Dell Magazines as Number Place (the earliest known examples of modern Sudoku)
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only one solution.[8] These weekly puzzles were a feature of French newspapers such as L'Écho de Paris for about a decade, but disappeared about the time of World War I.[9] Modern Sudoku[edit] <span>The modern Sudoku was most likely designed anonymously by Howard Garns, a 74-year-old retired architect and freelance puzzle constructor from Connersville, Indiana, and first published in 1979 by Dell Magazines as Number Place (the earliest known examples of modern Sudoku).[1] Garns's name was always present on the list of contributors in issues of Dell Pencil Puzzles and Word Games that included Number Place, and was always absent from issues that did no




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only one solution.[8] These weekly puzzles were a feature of French newspapers such as L'Écho de Paris for about a decade, but disappeared about the time of World War I.[9] Modern Sudoku[edit] <span>The modern Sudoku was most likely designed anonymously by Howard Garns, a 74-year-old retired architect and freelance puzzle constructor from Connersville, Indiana, and first published in 1979 by Dell Magazines as Number Place (the earliest known examples of modern Sudoku).[1] Garns's name was always present on the list of contributors in issues of Dell Pencil Puzzles and Word Games that included Number Place, and was always absent from issues that did no







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only one solution.[8] These weekly puzzles were a feature of French newspapers such as L'Écho de Paris for about a decade, but disappeared about the time of World War I.[9] Modern Sudoku[edit] <span>The modern Sudoku was most likely designed anonymously by Howard Garns, a 74-year-old retired architect and freelance puzzle constructor from Connersville, Indiana, and first published in 1979 by Dell Magazines as Number Place (the earliest known examples of modern Sudoku).[1] Garns's name was always present on the list of contributors in issues of Dell Pencil Puzzles and Word Games that included Number Place, and was always absent from issues that did no







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The modern Sudoku was most likely designed anonymously by [...] freelance puzzle constructor from Connersville, Indiana,
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only one solution.[8] These weekly puzzles were a feature of French newspapers such as L'Écho de Paris for about a decade, but disappeared about the time of World War I.[9] Modern Sudoku[edit] <span>The modern Sudoku was most likely designed anonymously by Howard Garns, a 74-year-old retired architect and freelance puzzle constructor from Connersville, Indiana, and first published in 1979 by Dell Magazines as Number Place (the earliest known examples of modern Sudoku).[1] Garns's name was always present on the list of contributors in issues of Dell Pencil Puzzles and Word Games that included Number Place, and was always absent from issues that did no







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only one solution.[8] These weekly puzzles were a feature of French newspapers such as L'Écho de Paris for about a decade, but disappeared about the time of World War I.[9] Modern Sudoku[edit] <span>The modern Sudoku was most likely designed anonymously by Howard Garns, a 74-year-old retired architect and freelance puzzle constructor from Connersville, Indiana, and first published in 1979 by Dell Magazines as Number Place (the earliest known examples of modern Sudoku).[1] Garns's name was always present on the list of contributors in issues of Dell Pencil Puzzles and Word Games that included Number Place, and was always absent from issues that did no







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only one solution.[8] These weekly puzzles were a feature of French newspapers such as L'Écho de Paris for about a decade, but disappeared about the time of World War I.[9] Modern Sudoku[edit] <span>The modern Sudoku was most likely designed anonymously by Howard Garns, a 74-year-old retired architect and freelance puzzle constructor from Connersville, Indiana, and first published in 1979 by Dell Magazines as Number Place (the earliest known examples of modern Sudoku).[1] Garns's name was always present on the list of contributors in issues of Dell Pencil Puzzles and Word Games that included Number Place, and was always absent from issues that did no







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The fundamental goal of machine learning is to
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