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Philippines security forces investigating a deadly twin bombing at a church on a predominantly Muslim southern island are zeroing in on what they say is an affiliate of the militant Abu Sayyaf Group.
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A Chinese court on Monday jailed prominent rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang for 4-1/2 years for subversion of state power, a sentence denounced by Human Rights Watch as a “mockery” of Beijing’s claims to champion the rule of law.
Despite the known success of vaccines in reducing morbidity and mortality, immunization rates remain relatively low across the U.S., especially in the 19-35 month age range. But Americans who solely blame anti-vaxx parents are wrong. Low vaccination rates are also the result of misaligned finances.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was set to undergo surgery on Monday morning to remove a colostomy tube and reconnect his intestines, reversing a procedure done after he survived a near-fatal stabbing on the campaign trail in September.
Hardware and interface developments are enabling future persistent memories that will replace the volatile fast memories used in computer architectures. Software is enabling applications that can use these new memories and they will drive a new market for memories that don’t go away.
Redefining success and failure may help us find more flexibility in how we view highly these influential states in our work and life.
Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Monday urged global investors to put their money into Myanmar, seeking to offset the negative impact of the Rohingya crisis and slow pace of economic reforms.