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Pisa, Italy - Civil protection volunteers involved in health checks at "Galileo Galilei" airport during coronavirus emergency

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Hamodia 2021-12-03
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HIV: a new therapeutic target identified

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In this photo taken July 14, 2009, Abdul Rashid, a barley farmer who once grew poppies, pulls weeds from his crop to use as feed for animals near his village of Shahran, in northeastern Afghanistan. Two years ago, opium _ the raw ingredient used to make heroine _ was grown on nearly half a million acres in Afghanistan, the largest illegal narcotics crop ever produced by a modern nation. A government crackdown on poppy cultivation has spelled economic disaster for many communities throughout the country. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)

Can plants change the world?

Technology Org 2021-12-03

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Why the air in the Bay Area is so gross right now

San Francisco Chronicle 2021-12-03

A brown haze has floated in the air over the San Francisco Bay Area in recent days. ......

German broadcaster suspends workers amid antisemitism probe

San Francisco Chronicle 2021-12-03

BERLIN (AP) — German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle said Friday it is suspending four employees and one freelancer during an investigation into allegations that they expressed...

Taliban ban forced marriages of women in Afghanistan

San Francisco Chronicle 2021-12-03

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The Taliban decreed Friday that they are banning the forced marriage of women in the war-torn country, in what appears to be a move to address criteria that developed nations consider a precondition to recognize their...

European body to begin disciplinary process against Turkey

San Francisco Chronicle 2021-12-03

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Europe’s democracy and human rights-promoting body said Friday it is initiating a rare disciplinary process against Turkey after it failed to comply with a court's ruling to release jailed businessman and philanthropist Osman...

Genesco: Fiscal Q3 Earnings Snapshot

San Francisco Chronicle 2021-12-03

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) _ Genesco Inc. (GCO) on Friday reported fiscal third-quarter net income of $32.9...

Davis, SMU host Vandy

The Huntsville Item 2021-12-03

Vanderbilt (5-1) vs. SMU (6-3) Moody Coliseum, Dallas; Saturday, 6 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Two guards will be on display as Scotty Pippen Jr. and Vanderbilt will battle Kendric Davis and SMU. The junior Pippen has scored 21 percent of the team's points...

'O Christmas Tree': Shelter Gardens hosts 56th annual tree lighting ceremony

Columbia Missourian 2021-12-03

About 100 community members joined Shelter Insurance employees to watch the 56th annual tree lighting in Columbia at the company’s corporate office Thursday. After the tree lighting, guests were encouraged to view an exhibit of holiday lights in the...

Watch now: How are Illinois' 392 CVS Pharmacies combating opioid abuse, retail crime?

Quad-City Times 2021-12-03

Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul and law enforcement officials helped CVS Pharmacy executives unveil new time-delay safes that have been installed in all of the chain's 392 Illinois stores. ......

Parker County to host bowling benefit for peace officer hospitalized with COVID

Star Telegram 2021-12-03

The Parker County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a bowling tournament to benefit Texas peace officer Kyle Squires, who is hospitalized with COVID-19. Squires had completed the application process and was ......