Vaccinating adults has double benefit of protecting children against Covid

Vaccinating adults has double benefit of protecting children against Covid

Unvaccinated children seem to be reaping the benefits of mass Covid-19 vaccination programmes in many parts of the world. Infections in children have fallen as adults get their shots. But experts disagree on whether this means that unvaccinated children are unlikely to become a ‘reservoir’ for infection – and a...

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Prince Harry and Meghan warned about support in US as they sink ‘beyond redemption’ in UK

Prince Harry and Meghan warned about support in US as they sink ‘beyond redemption’ in UK

Former US Anglo-American advisor and senior fellow of the Bow Group think-tank Lee Cohen has told Express.co.uk the tide was turning on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the US despite initial positivity and welcomeness. Mr Cohen explained that, while the royal couple may be “beyond redemption” in the UK,...

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Free America always had an insurgent mindset, breaking institutions down, not building them up

Free America always had an insurgent mindset, breaking institutions down, not building them up

The government, which did so little for ordinary Americans, was still the enemy, along with “governing elites.” But for the sinking working class, freedom lost whatever economic meaning it had once had. It was a matter of personal dignity, identity. Members of this class began to see trespassers everywhere and...

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Former South Sudan petroleum minister opposes decision to move African Energy Week to Dubai

Former South Sudan petroleum minister opposes decision to move African Energy Week to Dubai

Former South Sudan Petroleum Minister Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth has expressed his disappointment at the decision by London-based Hyve Group to move Africa Oil Week to Dubai. “I think it will be unacceptable to move the Russian Energy Week from Moscow or ADIPEC from Abu Dhabi to Juba, South Sudan Africa...

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We are ready for the first Kenyan original series, Showmax and Canal+ announce

We are ready for the first Kenyan original series, Showmax and Canal+ announce

“When I first read the script, I loved the delivery and realness of Silas as a character. It’s not exaggerated and he’s no Rambo hero; he just tackles his cases the normal way. I found a very real edge with this script and I hope I’ll do justice to the...

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Threat of bitter break up looms in Black Lives Matter as infighting persists

Threat of bitter break up looms in Black Lives Matter as infighting persists

Amid increased scrutiny of Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullor’s lavish spending, including her reported purchases of multiple homes totalling upward of $3 million and the installation of fencing and an electric gate around one of those homes, the original ten BLM chapters are demanding more accountability and transparency from...

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While the sunny narrative of Free America shone on, its policies drove adherents away

While the sunny narrative of Free America shone on, its policies drove adherents away

Two strands of conservative movement in the United States – elitist traditionalism and anti-communism – remained part of its DNA for half a century. Eventually the American people made their preference for taking pleasures where they wanted clear and the first faded, while the end of the Cold War rendered...

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PhDs proliferate, openings shrink; research careers and innovation on verge of limbo

PhDs proliferate, openings shrink; research careers and innovation on verge of limbo

Nations, universities and research institutions around the world must redouble efforts to expand training for PhD students and postdoctoral researchers to prepare them for jobs outside academia. So urges a report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), an intergovernmental coalition of 38 nations. The report, the result...

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Google will stop treating EU antitrust remedy as a ‘promotional opportunity’

Google will stop treating EU antitrust remedy as a ‘promotional opportunity’

Google and the European Union have been fighting for several years over Android’s default search engine. Just like when the EU took issue with Microsoft bundling Internet Explorer with Windows, the EU Antitrust enforcers don’t want Google using its Android operating system monopoly to prop up Google Search and Google...

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Americans no longer agree on the nation’s purpose, values, history or meaning

Americans no longer agree on the nation’s purpose, values, history or meaning

Nations, like individuals, tell stories in order to understand what they are, where they come from, and what they want to be. National narratives, like personal ones, are prone to sentimentality, grievance, pride, shame, self-blindness. There is never just one – they compete and constantly change. The most durable narratives...

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