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Biden plans several executive orders for the first day of work, including lifting the travel ban

President-elect Biden plans to sign several executive orders on the first day of his presidency, his incoming chief of staff said in a statement. The president-elect will sign approximately a dozen executive orders that day, including lifting President Trump’s travel ban on 13 Muslim countries by a majority, re-joining the Paris Climate Agreement and extending the student loan break, according …

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Death and self-immolation draw the attention of Chinese technology giants

HONG KONG (AP) – E-commerce workers who supported China’s diet during the coronavirus pandemic, making their billionaire bosses even richer, are so unhappy with their pay and treatment that they simply set themselves on fire in protest. The Chinese Internet industry has been known for long, demanding days. With millions of families locked up at home, demand has risen and …

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The erupting volcano spews ash over the island of Java in Indonesia

Smoke rises from Mount Semeru, the highest volcano on the Indonesian island of Java Mount Semeru in Indonesia erupted, dumping ash and smoke about 5.6 km (3.4 miles) in the sky over Java, the country’s most populous island. No evacuation orders have been issued so far and no casualties have been reported. The National Disaster Mitigation Agency (NDMA) has warned …

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Biden Transition Updates: NPR

President-elect Joe Biden plans to take a number of policy actions on immigration, climate, pandemic mitigation and other issues during his first days and weeks in office, his chief of staff said on Saturday. Alex Wong / Getty images hide caption switch the caption Alex Wong / Getty images President-elect Joe Biden plans to take a number of policy actions …

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Bank heir Benjamin de Rothschild died at the age of 57

Benjamin de Rothschild, who ruled the banking empire established by his father in 1953, died of a heart attack From JOSEPH PISANI AP Business Writer January 17, 2021, 1:30 p.m. • 1 minute reading Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article NEW YORK – Benjamin de Rothschild, who ruled the banking empire created by his father in 1953, has died. …

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The United States has up to 24 million cases of coronavirus

A woman with a face mask walks near a park that is taped to comply with social distancing measures in Seoul, South Korea on January 14. Lee Jin-man / AP South Korea is extending its rules on social distancing by two weeks until January 31, the country’s health ministry said in a news release Saturday. The ban on gathering five …

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A Chinese city reports a coronavirus found in ice cream

BEIJING (AP) – The coronavirus was found in ice cream made in eastern China, leading to the withdrawal of cartons from the same batch, according to the government. Daqiaodao Food Co., Ltd. in Tianjin, near Beijing, it was sealed and its staff tested for coronavirus, the city government said in a statement. There is no indication that anyone has become …

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