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Holocaust survivors get virus vaccine on Auschwitz liberation day
Hundreds of survivors in Europe are receiving their vaccines on Holocaust Remembrance Day.
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Pope marks Holocaust by warning genocide "can happen again"
He warned that the Holocaust opened a "path of death, extermination and brutality."
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Accused pedophile finally facing justice after extradition from Israel
While welcoming Malka Leifer's transfer to Australia, activists say a wider problem highlighted by a CBS News investigation still needs to be addressed.
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"Vaccine nationalism": Nations clash over global vaccine supply
The scramble for vaccinations in Europe has never been more critical, CBS News' Charlie D'Agata reports, and the tensions never higher.
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Australia ignored WHO's border advice on COVID, and it worked
Sealing borders to non-residents and quarantining anyone who does come in has been "critical" to Australia's success, says an expert who calls the U.S. response "painful to watch."
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Watch Live: Blinken delivers remarks on his first full day as secretary of state
Blinken was confirmed by the Senate in a bipartisan vote Tuesday.
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U.K. plant making COVID vaccine evacuated, bomb disposal unit called
One man who works at a neighboring unit on the industrial complex in Wales told the BBC he heard "a bang," and saw police searching the area.
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Melinda Gates discusses annual letter from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Philanthropist Melinda Gates sits down with Gayle King to discuss the themes and highlights of her foundation's traditional yearly letter. It comes as no surprise that this year, it focuses exclusively on the COVID-19 pandemic and the global response to it. It also looks ahead and recommends how to prepare for the next one.
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Life down under relatively normal as Australia keeps COVID-19 cases low with closed borders
Australia has had just over 900 COVID-19-related deaths. In March, the government took the decision to close the borders, and while the country is locked in, 85% of Australians support the handling of the pandemic. Holly Williams reports.
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Biden's U.N. nominee vows to curb China's "authoritarian agenda"
If confirmed as U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., Linda Thomas-Greenfield may get a "warm welcome" from her fellow diplomats, but she'll have her work cut out for her.
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Supply of COVID-19 vaccines causes feud with drugmakers and European Union
In Britain, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the grim death toll of 100,000 people. Delays in the delivery of vaccines are causing political tensions with Europe. European politicians say due to their research input, their market has to come first before they export to other nations, raising the prospect of vaccine nationalism. Charlie D'Agata has the details.
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Europe employs extreme measures to curb spread of mutant COVID strain
Strict new lockdown measures are sparking backlash in Europe as countries seek to stem the spread of a mutant variant of the virus first identified in the U.K. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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Couple allegedly flew to rural area to skip vaccine line
Chief Angela Demit said White River First Nation was selected for vaccines given the "remoteness, elderly and high-risk population, as well as limited access to health care."
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India court says groping a child through clothes isn't sexual assault
The Bombay High Court's verdict cleared a man accused of molesting a 12-year-old girl, but the controversial ruling could end up in the Supreme Court.
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Iran says American dual-national sentenced to prison for spying
Judiciary official says the man had been free on bail but was re-arrested while trying to flee the country.
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Biden admin authorizes financial dealings with Yemen's rebels
The Treasury's move effectively delays implementation of former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's last-minute designation of the group as a terror organization.
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Why a lake in Serbia is blanketed in garbage every winter
Scooping a confluence of regional filth from the Potpec dam lake is an annual ritual, owing to years of neglect after the war-torn 90s.
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