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Healthcare workers call in sick because of gas prices

UK healthcare workers have been calling in sick because they can’t afford the gasoline they need to get to work, public services union Unison revealed on Thursday. The possibility of widespread strikes looms in the coming months as the government has refused to increase wages, fearing a wage-price spiral fed …

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US ‘going through hell’ because of Pence, Trump says

Donald Trump has criticized Mike Pence for refusing to intervene and challenge the result of the 2020 presidential election, branding his former vice president as an “automatic conveyor belt” for Senator Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) to “get Biden elected President as quickly as possible.” In a statement on Friday, Trump reiterated …

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Medvedev got away with outburst because he’s white, claims Serena husband

Serena Williams’ husband, Alexis Ohanian, has taken to Twitter to criticize perceived double standards in tennis and the media after Daniil Medvedev’s latest on-court tirade – for which the Russian was fined $12,000. Medvedev suffered a meltdown during his Australian Open semifinal clash with Stefanos Tsitsipas as he believed the Greek was receiving illegal …

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NASA missions under threat because of astronaut shortage

NASA has enough astronauts to meet “the current needs” of International Space Station missions but might soon discover that it lacks a “sufficient number of additional astronauts” for future projects. According to NASA’s Office of Inspector General report, the astronaut corps is projected to fall below its targeted size or …

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Pakistan drops chemical castration plans because of Sharia

The controversial clause in a bill amending criminal law in Pakistan was dropped before the National Assembly voted on it on Wednesday, a parliament official said on Friday. If it were passed, it would have been unconstitutional, Parliamentary Secretary for Law and Justice Maleeka Bokhari explained. The basic law of …

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