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Kurdish officials said earlier they were also hunting for an unknown number of detainees who managed to escape in what appears to have been the most serious attempted breakout yet by the thousands of former Islamic State fighters detained after their military defeat last year. An official with the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the …

COLUMBIA, S.C. — The name of the man shot and killed while trying to break into a Columbia woman’s home on Saturday has been identified. Brian Scott Brown, 53, of Columbia was killed while attempting to break into a home on Great North Road.  RELATED: Man shot during Saturday morning break-in, deputies say An autopsy …

Images from the besieged hospital, only seven miles from where Trump was raised in Jamaica Estates, had a sobering effect on the President this week as he was mulling options for returning Americans to work, people familiar with the matter said. Even as members of Trump’s task force offered models showing potentially millions of Americans …

The Covid-19 pandemic has the world in an economic meltdown. The lockdown in many countries is affecting trade and business and is directly impacting the global economy. However, this effect on our economic activities has brought some good news regarding our environmental footprint on the planet. The U.S. and China show a temporary decrease in …

Seyi Makind9 Victor Ogunyinka Oyo State governor, Seyi Makinde has tested positive for coronavirus. He made the announcement via his Twitter handle. “I just received my COVID-19 confirmation test result. It is POSITIVE. I am asymptomatic and will continue to self-isolate. “I have designated Prof Temitope Alonge, former Chief Medical Director of …

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has issued a “stay at home” order, directing Maryland residents not to leave their homes unless it’s for an “essential” purpose, such as getting food or medicine or going to work at a job that’s been deemed essential. The latest Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has issued a “stay at home” order, …

With Tonya Riley A man wearing gloves to use his cell phone sits alone on a row of seats on the subway, amid fears of the global growth of coronavirus cases, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. (REUTERS/Jillian Kitchener) Ctrl + N The U.S. government should not harness Americans’ location data in an attempt to limit the spread …

Image copyright SPL Image caption Brain activity was fed into a computer system, which recognised recurring features in the data Scientists have taken a step forward in their ability to decode what a person is saying just by looking at their brainwaves when they speak. They trained algorithms to transfer the brain patterns into sentences …

Workers inside a warehouse in Columbus, Ohio, prepare Battelle’s decontamination units for deployment. Paige Pfleger/WOSU hide caption toggle caption Paige Pfleger/WOSU Workers inside a warehouse in Columbus, Ohio, prepare Battelle’s decontamination units for deployment. Paige Pfleger/WOSU Several large metal shipping containers are lined up in a warehouse under a large American flag. Their doors are …

MOSCOW – Bells tolled in Madrid’s deserted central square and flags were lowered in a day of mourning Monday as Spain raced to build field hospitals to treat an onslaught of coronavirus patients. In the U.S., the government’s top infectious-disease expert warned that smaller cities are about to see cases “take off” the way they …