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Colombia coronavirus cases pass 600,000, deaths close to 19,400

BOGOTA, (Reuters) – Coronavirus cases in Colombia surpassed 600,000 yesterday as deaths from the virus approach 19,400, ahead of the end to more...

Brazil reports 566 coronavirus deaths yesterday

RIO DE JANEIRO, (Reuters) – Brazil registered 566 additional coronavirus deaths over the past 24 hours and 16,158 new cases, the Health Ministry...

Trump-supporting Instagram star Kingface reportedly in a coma

Instagram personality and community activist Larry Henry is fighting for his life in a New York City hospital. Henry, also known as Kingface, is...

Hurricane Laura nears coast, may be most powerful to ever hit Louisiana

PORT ARTHUR, Texas, (Reuters) – Hurricane Laura may be the most powerful storm to crash into the Louisiana coast when it makes landfall...

Kim Jong Un reportedly in a coma as his sister Kim Yo Jong takes control

“A complete succession structure has not been formed, so Kim Yo Jong is being brought to the fore as the vacuum cannot be maintained...

Brazil registers 50,032 new cases of coronavirus, 892 deaths in 24 hours

BRASILIA, (Reuters) – Brazil reported 50,032 new cases of the novel coronavirus and 892 deaths from the disease caused by the virus in...

Brazil coronavirus cases tops 3.5 million, fatalities exceed 112,000: health ministry

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil reported 45,323 new cases of the novel coronavirus and 1,204 deaths from the disease caused by the virus in the...

Brazil greenlights human trials for J&J’s potential COVID-19 vaccine

BRASILIA, (Reuters) – Brazil approved yesterday human clinical trials for a potential COVID-19 vaccine developed by Johnson & Johnson, the fourth candidate to...

Coronavirus pandemic now driven by younger adults – WHO

MANILA, (Reuters) – The World Health Organization (WHO) said today it was concerned that the novel coronavirus spread was being driven by people in...

Son of Former BET CEO Debra Lee, Quinn Coleman Died Suddenly at age 31

Quinn Coleman, the son of former BET CEO Debra Lee, died suddenly on Sunday at the age of 31. Coleman, also known as Quinn Lee,...

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