Monthly Archives: December 2020

Atlantic City holds auction to press the demolition button on former Trump casino

Opened in 1984, Trump’s former casino was closed in 2014 and has fallen into such a state of disrepair that demolition work began earlier this year.

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Widow of Islamic State gunman convicted in Charlie Hebdo, kosher market attacks

The Jan. 7-9, 2015, attacks in Paris left 17 dead along with the three gunmen.

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Atlantic City holds auction to press the demolition button on former Trump casino

Opened in 1984, Trump’s former casino was closed in 2014 and has fallen into such a state of disrepair that demolition work began earlier this year.

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Alaskan health worker stable after allergic reaction to Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine

The adverse reaction in the person, minutes after taking the Pfizer shot on Tuesday, was similar to two cases reported last week in Britain.

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‘What struck me was how ugly the coronavirus character was’: B.C. on Alberta’s creepy ‘Uncle COVID’

The Instagram account @HomeforHolidaysBC is looking for TikTok, videos or pictures created by and for young adults.

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U.K. bans installation of new Huawei 5G equipment from September

Huawei has previously denied the U.S. allegations and said Britain’s ban was politically motivated.

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‘The Crown’ should be marked as fiction by Netflix, says Britain’s culture minister

“I fear a generation of viewers who did not live through these events may mistake fiction for fact,” said Britain’s culture secretary Oliver Dowden.

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Greenhouse gas emissions in EU reach lowest level since 1990: report

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the commission expects “an unprecedented fall in emissions” in 2020, along the lines of 8 per cent.

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Mystery Utah monolith vanishes after visitors trash the secret site

Utah officials say hikers trampled vegetation and left ‘human waste’ around the site of the metal monolith, which was found in the desert in mid-November.

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Music festival organizers in Belgium want to help with coronavirus vaccine rollout

With nothing on their agendas for months to come, music festival organizers want to use their know-how to help the country’s vaccination campaign.

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