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26 February 2020

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Internet giants fight spread of coronavirus untruths (12)
Glenn Chapman Agence France-Presse San Francisco, United States / Wed, February 26, 2020 / 10:03 am follow Us Google, Facebook and other platforms are struggling to keep ahead of scammers, trolls, and others with ill intent who routinely use major tragedies or disasters as opportunities to swindle or manipulate people. (Shutterstock/mirtmirt) follow Us As the new coronavirus spreads globally, the online battle to keep
Trump Ally Roger Stone Says Jurors Biased; Wants New Trial (22)
Voice of America 26 Feb 2020, 08:05 GMT+10 WASHINGTON - A federal judge heard arguments Tuesday on whether to grant Trump ally Roger Stone a new trial based on his claims of juror bias in the trial that led to his conviction and sentencing on charges related to the Russia investigation. The hearing was initially sealed, but U.S.
Iran's coronavirus death toll reaches 14: media (13)
Reuters DUBAI: Two more Iranians infected with coronavirus have died, media website Eghtesaonline said on Tuesday, taking to 14 the toll in the Islamic Republic, which has the highest tally of deaths outside China, where the virus emerged late last year. "Tests showed they had the new coronavirus," the head of the Medical Science University of Saveh said, according to the website.
Guruvayur temple elephant dies at 84 ???? (4)
Thrissur(Ker), Feb 26 (PTI) An elephant credited with carrying the "Thidambu" --the miniature of the presiding deity of Lord Krishna of Guruvayur Temple-- for several decades during temple rituals died on Wednesday at the age of 84, a top Gurvayur Devaswom official said. The elephant named Guruvayur Padmanabhan, who gained the title of 'Gajaratnam' due to his attractive features like long trunk touching the
German court: assisted suicide restriction unconstitutional (4)
Germany's highest court has ruled a 2015 law banning assisted suicide when being conducted on a "business basis" is unconstitutional By The Associated Press February 26, 2020, 9:55 AM BERLIN - Germany's highest court ruled Wednesday that a 2015 law banning assisted suicide when being conducted on a "business basis" is unconstitutional. Federal Constitutional Court Judge Andreas Vosskuhle said in the ruling
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