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Coronavirus: Half a million sharks 'could be killed for vaccine', experts warnCoronavirus: Half a million sharks 'could be killed for vaccine', experts warn

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Half a million sharks could be killed for their natural oil to produce coronavirus vaccines, according to conservationists. One ingredient used in some COVID-19 vaccine candidates is squalene, a natural oil made in the liver of sharks. Squalene is currently used as an adjuvant in medicine - an.. »more

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Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict: Death toll rises in Nagorno-Karabakh

Armenia and Azerbaijan have reported increasing civilian and military casualties amid violent clashes over the breakaway enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh. Meanwhile, UN chief Antonio Guterres has called for a ceasefire.
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Trump suggested Ivanka as his 2016 running mate: book

President Trump repeatedly suggested in 2016 that his eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, serve as his running mate, according to a new book. Excerpts from "Wicked Game: An Insider’s Story on How Trump Won, Mueller Failed, and America Lost," a new book from former 2016 deputy Trump campaign manager Rick..
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'Master': Trump lifts expectations around Biden before presidential debate

Given he is trailing Biden in the polls by an average of seven points, it is Trump who needs a thumping debate victory to give his campaign a surge of momentum.
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Liverpool v Arsenal: Martin Keown's unusual analogy on Football Focus

Before Arsenal's visit to Anfield, Football Focus pundit Martin Keown reveals an unusual analogy for the way Liverpool play, which revolves around the Reds' "mezzanine floor".
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Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal: Champions fight back to maintain perfect start
Reigning champions Liverpool maintain their perfect Premier League start as they inflict a first defeat of the season on Arsenal.
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Trump taxes, California wildfires, Stanley Cup: 5 things to know Monday
Questions about President Trump's taxes continue, California braces for more wildfires and more news to start your Monday.
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'A runaway train': Serena Williams wins opener in Paris
The first set required a tiebreaker, before Serena Williams took control in the second set and did not drop a game.
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Iranian Refugees in Turkey Fear Arbitrary Deportations, Possible Surveillance
Activist’s arrest prompts social media campaign she says saved her from deportation
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