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  • EU decides to focus on travelers instead of on where they come from
    European authorities finally decided to drop the contagion map approach to decide who gets in and who gets out of the bloc and switch to a coordinated mechanism based on each individual's vaccination status against COVID-19, the European Council announced Tuesday.... Read more »
  • Cubans keep flocking into Uruguay seeking asylum
    The number of Cubans entering Uruguay through the land crossings from Brazil is noticeably on the rise, it was reported Tuesday. According to press reports, so far this year 135 people of that nationality have crossed through the Rivera pass from Santana do Livramento at an average of six individuals... Read more »
  • Johnson warns Russian mothers their sons will not return if Putin attacks Ukraine
    United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson Tuesday launched a warning to Russian mothers, saying that their sons were not likely to return home if President Vladimir Putin chose to invade Ukraine, as tensions in the region escalate.... Read more »
  • Argentine President adds Barbados to his global tour next month
    Argentine President Alberto Fernández's upcoming tour has found a way to add some mileage after a stop in Barbados has been arranged to meet with Prime Minister Mia Mottley, it was announced Tuesday. Fernández's trip starts on Feb. with a visit to visit China and also to Russia.... Read more »
  • Climate change concern: Gentoo colonies moving further south
    By Laura Geggel – Scientists have discovered a previously unknown colony of gentoo penguins in one of the southernmost spots these waddling birds have ever been spotted. The discovery is a cause for concern, according to the researchers, who say that climate change is expanding the range of this temperate,... Read more »
  • Shrimp migrations in Argentine Sea to be monitored
    The Mar del Plata-based National Institute for Fisheries Research and Development (Inidep), began the campaign aimed at establishing the migrations of shrimp (Pleoticus muelleri) in the Argentine Sea.... Read more »
  • Ambassador says Jones-Huala may serve out his sentence in Argentina
    Argentina's Ambassador to Chile Rafael Bielsa Monday said the newly-paroled Mapuche leader Facundo Jones-Huala “could serve the rest of his sentence in Argentina.”... Read more »




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    India News, India Breaking News, Latest news headlines in India - Oneindia News

  • Republic Day 2022: PM Modi wears cap from Uttarakhand, dons flower used during Kedarnath Pooja
    New Delhi, Jan 26: Continuing his tradition of donning colourful turbans on Republic Day,  Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday sported a cap from Uttarakhand along with 'Brahmakamal', which is the state flower of Uttarakhand. This year, on 73rd R-day, PM Modi used 'Brahmakamal'... Read more »
  • Republic Day 2022: PM Modi pays homage at war memorial
    New Delhi, Jan 26: Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid homage at the National War Memorial, a monument to the soldiers who have made supreme sacrifice for the country, on Republic Day on Wednesday. Modi was joined by Defence Minister... Read more »
  • Republic Day: Scrolls depicting valour of unsung heroes of freedom struggle displayed along Rajpath
    New Delhi, Jan 26: The gigantic and spectacular scrolls created under the unique initiative ‘Kala Kumbh' have now been installed at the Rajpath for the Republic Day 2022 celebrations. The scrolls, each of 75 metres in length and 15... Read more »
  • Weather update: Delhi's minimum temp dips to 5.8 deg C on R-Day, cold day conditions likely
    New Delhi, Jan 26: Another 'cold day' is on the cards in the national capital on Republic Day on Wednesday, but it will not be as chilly as the day before, according to the India Meteorological Department. The night temperature dipped... Read more »
  • Republic Day parade 2022: ‘From Kashi to sports’, here's the list of the themes of state, UT tableaux
    New Delhi, Jan 26: India is celebrating 73rd Republic Day on January 26, 2022. Out of the 21 tableaux that have been selected for the Republic day parade, 12 states and a union territory will display its pride. From the Kashi... Read more »
  • Amid protests, Railway suspends NTPC, Level 1 exams
    New Delhi, Jan 26: After a violent protests by job aspirants over selection process, Railways has decided to stay examinations of Non-Technical Popular Categories & Level 1 of Railway Recruitment Board. The ministry has also formed a committee which will examine... Read more »
  • Shaurya Chakra: Nine awardees died in line of duty
    New Delhi, Jan 26: The Shaurya Chakra medal the nation's third highest gallantry medal has been awarded to five Army soldiers, an Assam Rifles jawan and six CRPF personnel. Nine of these personnel were awarded the medal posthumously. Ajeet... Read more »





  • Cypriot electricity market opening
    Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades is satisfied with the timetable as regards the opening of the competitive electricity market, set to launch in the fall of 2022, according to a written statement by deputy government spokesperson Niovi Parisinou.... Read more »
  • Energy watchdog reins in grid operators
    Greece’s energy watchdog is reining in investment by electricity and natural gas administrators using funds from consumers without offering them any returns.... Read more »
  • We know the real cause of the crisis in our hospitals. It’s greed.
    Nurses would like to set the record straight on the hospital staffing crisis.... Read more »
  • To hippos, a wheeze and a honk mean more than just ‘hello!’
    Hippopotamuses are some of the most unfriendly creatures in the animal kingdom. “Apart from mosquitoes, they are the most dangerous animal in Africa, the ones that kill the most people,” said Nicolas Mathevon.... Read more »
  • Restoring transport service in Athens
    Buses and trolleys will start later than usual Wednesday, but Athens transport operator OASA sees a return to normalcy within the day.... Read more »
  • Minister: state must apologize for response to storm
    Minister for Climate Crisis and Civil Protection Christos Stylianides has acknowledged the insufficient response of the state to the winter storm that affected large parts of the country and the need to apologize to the citizens.... Read more »
  • Finance Ministry stretches deadlines
    The Finance Ministry is granting taxpayers an extra couple of months to complete their property transfer contracts using the previous taxable rates (known as objective values) provided they submitted their transaction tax declaration by the end of 2021.... Read more »



  • Mikis Theodorakis Wrote the Most Beautiful Music on the Holocaust
    Mikis Theodorakis, the Greek composer who passed away on Thursday in Athens at 96, is credited for writing the most beautiful music on the Holocaust. The “Mauthausen Trilogy,” also known as “The Ballad of Mauthausen” is a cycle of four arias with lyrics based on poems written by Greek poet... Read more »
  • When a Greek Woman Met the Jewish Family She Saved During Holocaust
    In 2019, 92-year-old Melpomeni Dina, from the town of Veria in northern Greece, met for the first time in Jerusalem the descendants of a Jewish family she helped save during the Holocaust. One by one, the 40 descendants of the Mordechai family leaned down and warmly hugged the elderly Greek... Read more »
  • Greek-American with MS Fights for Handicapped Access in Miami Springs
    A Greek-American man who has multiple sclerosis and who must use a wheelchair is fighting a war for handicapped access that most believe was decided long ago with the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act in 1990. Living in Miami Springs, Florida, 60-year-old Theodore Karantsalis is now mostly confined... Read more »
  • 2000 Year Old Fetus Found Inside Egyptian Mummy
    A 2000-year-old fetus was discovered in the belly of an Egyptian mummy by Polish reseachers recently, the first time in history that such a find has ever been recorded. The Warsaw Mummy Project, headed by bio-archeologist Marzena Ożarek-Szilke from the University of Warsaw, and archaeologist Woljclech Ejsmond from the Polish... Read more »
  • 17,409 Coronavirus Cases Recorded in Greece Tuesday
    Greece confirmed 17,409 new coronavirus infections and 98 deaths associated with the virus in the last 24 hours, the National Public Health Organization (EODY) said on Tuesday. A total of 19,075 cases were recorded in the country the day before, Monday, and 111 people died with the virus. Since the... Read more »
  • Snowy Odyssey for Trapped Railway Passengers in Greece
    The trip from Athens to Thessaloniki for 300 railway passengers turned into an unexpected Odyssey after they became trapped inside the train for 17 hours amidst freezing temperatures and the blinding snowstorm that has gripped the country. The Hellenic Railways Organization (TRAINOSE) train number 56 departed from Athens on its... Read more »
  • Heart Transplant Refused to Unvaccinated Man
    DJ Ferguson, a 31 year old unvaccinated man from Boston is lying in a hospital bed in desperate need of a heart transplant — but doctors refuse to give him one because of his unwillingness to receive a coronavirus vaccine. The circumstances of such a decision pose an unprecedented ethical... Read more »




  • COVID-19 surge: CAA declares facemasks mandatory for entry at airports
    KARACHI: Amid a steep rise in the number of the COVID-19 cases in the fifth wave, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) on Wednesday issued new guidelines for the airports across the country, ARY News reported.  The Civil Aviation Authority has declared wearing masks mandatory for entry at the airports countrywide,... Read more »
  • Unpaid salaries: COVID vaccination at Karachi’s Expo Centre comes to standstill
    KARACHI: Covid vaccination at Karachi’s Expo Centre, the biggest mass vaccination centre in the city, has come to a standstill after paramedic staff at the facility refused to work over unpaid salaries for months, ARY NEWS reported. According to details, the paramedics and vaccinators at the Karachi Expo Centre have... Read more »
  • Karachi continues to record highest Covid positivity rate
    KARACHI: Karachi continues to witness an alarming increase in daily Covid-19 cases during the fifth wave of the pandemic fueled by the Omicron variant of the virus. Sources at the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) relayed that the highest positivity ratio of infections was recorded in the port city... Read more »
  • VideoCrane operator working at Gujjar Nullah receives threatening calls
    KARACHI: In a shocking development it has been revealed that staff working in the anti-encroachment drive in Karachi is receiving threatening calls urging them not to take part in the operation, ARY News reported. As per details, a crane operator named Yar Muhammad, who is working with KMC, received a... Read more »
  • Report into UK PM lockdown party allegations expected soon
    LONDON: An internal inquiry into allegations of lockdown parties at UK PM Boris Johnson’s Downing Street office could be published as soon as Wednesday, delivering findings that might determine the prime minister’s future after police also launched an investigation. Johnson is fighting for his political life after allegations that he... Read more »
  • Pakistan reports 5,196 COVID-19 cases, 15 deaths in single day
    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan continues to report a downward trend in the number of  COVID-19 cases, as 5,196 new pandemic infections were logged countrywide during the past 24 hours, as compared to yesterday’s 6,357. According to the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), a total of 51,063 samples were tested, out of... Read more »
  • VideoVideo of journalist reporting public issues goes viral on social media
    Journalists highlight the problems of society and convey the opinion of the people to the higher authorities for the solution of their problems. An interesting video of a journalist highlighting public issues has gone viral on social media. In the video, a reporter of a local channel can be seen... Read more »



    Portugal Resident

  • 303 deaths in Portuguese prisons in last five years
    The last five years have seen 303 deaths in Portuguese prisons, a number of them avoidable. Prison guard syndicate Carlos Sousa has explained that a new drug, K44, is being smuggled into jails on what otherwise looks like innocuous correspondence. “We don’t have the manpower or technology to control it”,... Read more »
  • New rules for funerals
    After almost a year in which funerals were allowed to go ahead with open caskets (if relatives so requested) DGS health chiefs have issued new rules to the effect that this can no longer be allowed. Caskets from henceforth must be closed, albeit the State health authority recognises there has... Read more »
  • State ordered to pay compensation over ‘another abuse’ by SEF at Lisbon airport
    Another situation of abuse by SEF inspectors has found in favour of the victim. This time it was a security guard with Prossegur ‘detained abusively’ for four hours at Lisbon airport. The facts go back to 2018, but only this week appeal court judges ruled the State should indemnify the... Read more »
  • Manuel Pinho fails to be released from house arrest, but moves locations
    Failing to be freed from house arrest, former economy minister Manuel Pinho has succeeded at least in being able to change the venue. He is moving from Albufeira, in the Algarve, to another home owned by his family in Gondizalves, near Braga, albeit under auspices of a police escort. Mr... Read more »
  • Lagos’ São Gonçalo hospital becomes ‘exclusively’ available to SNS public health service
    Lagos’ formerly private São Gonçalo hospital has from today become integrated within the Algarve chain of State-run hospitals (CHUA, standing for Centro Hospitalar Universitário do Algarve). The move opens up another 44 hospital beds for the region, a surgical bloc, a service for consultations/ radiology/ A&E and a laboratory. For... Read more »
  • New legal challenge: Father-of-three gets himself arrested to question Portugal’s State of Calamity
    In another legal challenge prompted by rules brought in in the name of the pandemic, a 41-year-old father of three has become the first foreigner in Portugal to get himself arrested to make a point. Marine engineer Gilad Shub insists that he has “no interest” in drawing attention to himself,... Read more »
  • EU agrees to “do away with tests and quarantines for citizens with Covid Digital Certificates”
    Even though it is well-accepted now that the fully-jabbed (and boosted) can transmit the virus, and become infected, Member States of the EU today have “agreed that anyone with a valid Covid Digital Certificate (showing them to be vaccinated or recovered) can travel without the need to take tests or... Read more »




    Five Thirty Eight

  • Why Older Athletes Are Thriving In Wheelchair Tennis
    In recent years, older athletes have held a grip on tennis like never before in the Open era. When younger players do break through, it’s big news — and speculation always runs rampant as to which up-and-comer will supplant one of the old guard. But the side of the sport... Read more »
  • Baylor Is Firing From Everywhere — Including, At Long Last, Beyond The Arc
    In the entire history of Baylor women’s basketball prior to this year, the program had only five games with 12 or more made threes. Sunday, in their 87-61 win over then-No. 7 Iowa State, Baylor reached that threshold for the third time this season. To anyone who has followed the... Read more »
  • We Taught Computers To Play Chess — And Then They Left Us Behind
    Oliver Roeder is a journalist, author and games player. He is a former senior writer for FiveThirtyEight, where he covered the World Chess Championship and other gaming pursuits. The following is adapted from his new book, “Seven Games: A Human History,” published by W.W. Norton. It’s in stores today. I... Read more »
  • The 6 House Races Where Incumbents Are Likely To Face Another Incumbent
    Redistricting may reshape the electoral playing field for a U.S. House incumbent in different ways — a seat might become much safer, more vulnerable or even cease to exist. But on rare occasions, changes wrought by redistricting can also pit two incumbents against one another in the next election. In... Read more »
  • Let’s Talk About Biden’s Take On The Polls
    In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew debates why politicians break with their parties in high-profile ways and what the repercussions can be. They also discuss the trend of amateur candidates running in and winning House primary elections, and ask whether Biden’s dismissal of the polls is... Read more »
  • Politics Podcast: Why Politicians — Like Manchin And Sinema — Go Rogue
    Last week, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer held a vote on changing the rules of the filibuster, setting up Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema for high-profile breaks with the Democratic Party. It was reminiscent of Senators John McCain, Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins all voting against the repeal of... Read more »
  • VideoNothing Will Top The NFL’s Greatest Playoff Weekend Ever
    sara.ziegler (Sara Ziegler, sports editor): We couldn’t have asked for much more from the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. We got three upsets, all won on last-second field goals by the road team, and the one game won by a favorite was perhaps the best playoff game in history.... Read more »



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