Wednesday, Apr 14, 2021
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AstraZeneca vaccine: Regulator says Oxford COVID-19 jab is safe after seven UK deaths
Sky, 03 Apr 2021
Thirty people, who have had the Oxford vaccine in the UK, have developed blood clots, the medicines regulator has said.
The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) confirmed that of those 30 people, seven had died as of 24 March.
The UK regulator said there is currently no evidence to suggest a causal link between blood clots and the Oxford jab, and that the benefits continue to outweigh any risk.
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Lawrence Jones: Dems using police tragedy to push radical agenda
FOX, 14 Apr 2021
In the wake of the latest police shooting of Daunte Wright, Democrats push progressive agenda.
'Happy gymnastics': Hints of change at China's world champion school
AFP, 14 Apr 2021
Under the twin emblems of the Chinese flag and the Olympic rings, two tiny boys dangle from the high bar in a cavernous gymnasium -- the cradle of China's elite gymnasts.
Protests in Minnesota for the third straight night
Reuters, 14 Apr 2021
Demonstrators filled the streets for the third straight night of protest in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, offering songs and using lights on phones to send a message to police.
Conquering loneliness in a lonely world
AP, 14 Apr 2021
Loneliness is a longstanding problem — but the pandemic has healthcare providers thinking more about solutions.
Canada “closely monitoring” US pauses use of J&J COVID-19 vaccine over blood clots
CA, 14 Apr 2021
U.S. federal health agencies on Tuesday recommended pausing the use of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine for at least a few days after six women under age 50 developed rare b...
Hundreds protest in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, for third night
CBS, 14 Apr 2021
Hundreds of people protested in front of the police station in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, for the third night after the death of Daunte Wright.
PBS NewsHour West live episode, Apr. 13, 2021
PBS, 14 Apr 2021
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NBC Nightly News Broadcast (Full) - April 13th, 2021
NBC, 14 Apr 2021
FDA and CDC recommend pausing Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccinations after ‘rare’ blood clots, Dr.
2021/04/13 Semiconductor chip crunch / Lens woman Vivian Maier in her element
CGTN, 14 Apr 2021
For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video — Can a White House CEO summit help fix the trouble with the global supply of #semiconductor chips? Is geopolitics part of the problem? — An...
China Orders 34 Internet Firms to Curb Excesses
Bloomberg, 14 Apr 2021
Apr.13 -- China ordered 34 internet corporations to rectify their anti-competitive practices within the next month.
Warning: live stream of Derek Chauvin trial may contain distressing footage
Guardian, 14 Apr 2021
Warning: some viewers may find the following footage distressing.
Artist Tracey Emin on recovering from cancer and expressing tragedy in her work night
BBC, 14 Apr 2021
British artist Tracey Emin talks to Newsnight’s Kirsty Wark about surviving aggressive bladder cancer and the re-opening of her exhibition with paintings by Edvard Munch at the ...
Press Preview: A first look at Wednesday's newspaper headlines
Sky, 14 Apr 2021
A look at the headlines making Wednesday's papers with Mail On Sunday commentator Dan Hodges and broadcaster and journalist Rachel Johnson.
Japan’s paralympic ping-pong legend still smashing winners at 73-year-old
SCMP, 14 Apr 2021
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube Japanese table tennis player Kimie Bessho is competing to play in the 2021 Tokyo Paralympics.
1st day of Ramadan in the Great Mosque of Mecca
RT, 14 Apr 2021
A small group of worshippers attends Ramadan night prayer, Tarawih in the Great Mosque of Mecca.
George Floyd's family offer comfort to relatives of Daunte Wright as Minneapolis rages
ITV, 14 Apr 2021
In the US city of Minneapolis, where George Floyd died, the family of another Black man have described their loss and sense of injustice.
Record number of children crossing US border on their own
DW, 14 Apr 2021
The number of new arrivals has gone up sharply since President Biden ended many Trump-era policies.
Burkina ex-president Compaoré to be tried for Thomas Sankara's murder - Eye on Africa
FRANCE24, 14 Apr 2021
In tonight's edition: In Burkina Faso, judges have ruled that
Watch again: George Floyd killing - Derek Chauvin trial for murder continues | Day 12
Telegraph, 14 Apr 2021
Warning: The court may broadcast graphic material. Credit: COURT TV. George Floyd's death in Minneapolis last May caused a national reckoning over race relations and police brut...
Why is Kenya trying to close one of the world's biggest refugee camps? | The Stream
Al Jazeera, 14 Apr 2021
The fate of more than 400,000 people remains unclear after a court ruling temporarily blocked the closure of two huge refugee camps in Kenya.