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Climate change will cause shift in tropical rain belt, study says
Southern India will likely experience increased flooding while southeastern Africa and Madagascar will suffer from worsening drought.
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First female-run shop in London's Savile Row opens up
In the world of tailoring, there's no place as legendary as London's Savile Row. Since the 1600s, it has been where tailors have created bespoke clothing, custom measured, cut and sewn for clients. Traditionally, both clients and tailors have been men but a new shop is bringing some change to the shopping street. Roxana Saberi has the story.
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Documentary shines light on Wuhan lockdown
Saturday marks the one year anniversary of the Wuhan lockdown. For the next 76 days, residents of the Chinese town were forced to stay inside, while little information managed to get out. A new documentary titled "76 Days" is shedding light on those chaotic moments in the first hospitals to battle COVID-19. Brook Silva-Braga has an exclusive look at the film, which contains graphic material that may be hard to watch.
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China works to contain new COVID-19 surge
China is battling its worst outbreak of coronavirus infections it has seen in months. This as it marks the one-year anniversary since COVID-19 forced the city of Wuhan into an unprecedented lockdown. Ramy Inocencio reports
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Missile or drone intercepted over Riyadh, says Saudi TV
The U.S. Embassy in Riyadh issued a warning to Americans calling on them to "stay alert in case of additional future attacks."
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Russia arrests hundreds of protesters demanding Navalny's release
President Putin's most prominent foe was arrested on January 17 when he returned to Moscow from Germany, where he spent months recovering from nerve-agent poisoning.
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Chinese miners will be trapped for at least 15 more days, city says
The mine shaft is blocked 1,000 feet below the surface by 70 tons of debris that extends down another 330 feet, the Yantai city government said in a statement on its social media account.
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ICE starts 100-day moratorium on some deportations
The pause won't apply to immigrants determined to pose a threat to national security or those recently apprehended along the southern border.
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Twitter bans account linked to Iran's leader after Trump threat
Post shows image of Trump playing golf in the shadow of a drone and declares that "revenge is certain."
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U.K. officials say COVID variant appears more deadly than original
It "now appears there is some evidence that the new variant... may be associated with a higher degree of mortality," Prime Minister Boris Johnson said.
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Google threatens to shut down in Australia over proposed tech law
The legislation would force big tech companies to pay news outlets to use their content. Google says that would make its business model unworkable.
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25% of wild bee species have gone missing since the 1990s
By the time the community understands just how devastating the bee decline actually is, it may be too late to reverse it.
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Sacha Baron Cohen on "Borat" sequel, playing activist Abbie Hoffman in "The Trial of the Chicago 7"
British actor, writer and producer Sacha Baron Cohen is in two of the most critically-acclaimed films of the past year: "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" and "The Trial of the Chicago 7." In an exclusive interview with Anthony Mason, he talks about taking risks for satire and how his body of work is more relevant now than ever.
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Scientists work to unlock secrets of new COVID-19 strain spreading across South Africa
President Biden's chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci says he is concerned by a coronavirus variant emerging in South Africa. The new strain has led to a surge of new cases across the country and CBS News got rare access to a team of scientists investigating it. Debora Patta reports.
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