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With more than 40 million doses of coronavirus vaccines available, U.S. health authorities said they're confident there will be enough for both qualified older Americans seeking booster shots and the young children for whom initial vaccines are expected to be approved in the not-too-distant future. The spike in demand — expected following last week's federal recommendation on booster shots — would be the first significant jump in months. Federal and state health authorities said current supply and steady production of more doses can easily accommodate those seeking boosters or initial vaccination, avoiding a repeat of the frustratingly slow rollout of COVID-19 vaccines across the country early this year.
"If you want to have a conversation about the effects of obesity on people with COVID, your dad is a phone call away…assuming he answers your calls," Navarro said
Hamilton pitted for intermediate tires with less than four laps to go and passed Lando Norris for the win.
Juventus held off Sampdoria to win their second match of the Serie A season 3-2 on Sunday but will have to face Chelsea without star forward Paulo Dybala after the Argentina forward limped off with a thigh injury.
Laschet, who went to vote alongside his wife Susanne Laschet, posed for media on Sunday (September 26) while voting - yet the 'x' marks on his ballot were clearly visible in the boxes next to the CDU.This year's German national election was been deemed too close to call.The centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) have been mounting a strong challenge to retiring Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives.Laschet's promise of "steadfastness" has not been resonating with voters worried about climate change, immigration and the COVID-19 pandemic. The conservatives trailed the Social Democrats in the latest opinion polls despite narrowing the gap.Laschet's ratings have also suffered since he was caught on camera laughing during a visit to a flood-hit town in his home state of North-Rhine Westphalia in July.
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Germany's conservative chancellor candidate Armin Laschet https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/conservative-laschet-struggles-momentum-german-leadership-race-2021-09-21 was ridiculed on social media for a misstep on election day on Sunday, capping a campaign marred by embarrassing gaffes that hurt his popularity. The election commissioner said that Laschet's vote would not be disqualified because he had voted for his own party, as expected.
Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele said Sunday he plans not only to break the men's marathon world record, but also to emulate Eliud Kipchoge by covering the distance in under two hours.
Germany votes in one of the most unpredictable elections in its recent history, with Angela Merkel's conservatives and the centre-left Social Democrats in a tight race for her crown as she prepares to leave the political stage.
Juventus held off Sampdoria to win their second match of the Serie A season 3-2 on Sunday but might have to face Chelsea without star forward Paulo Dybala after the Argentina forward limped off injured.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced a temporary visa scheme that will see 5,000 HGV drivers and 5,500 poultry workers brought in on three-month contracts to keep supermarket shelves stocked with turkeys for Christmas and tackle fuel delivery issues.
Gemma Collins does everything in the biggest and boldest way possible. Even dinner.
It's been little more than a month since Kalashnikov-toting Taliban fighters in their signature heavy beards, hightop sneakers and shalwar kameezes descended on the Afghan capital and cemented their takeover. Now they’re vying for a seat in the club of nations and seeking what no country has given them as they attempt to govern for a second time: international recognition of their rule. The Taliban wrote to the United Nations requesting to address the U.N. General Assembly meeting of leaders that is underway in New York.
Bruno Fernandes says he will keep taking penalties "without any fear" despite the spot-kick miss that condemned Manchester United to a 1-0 defeat against Aston Villa.
Sunny the talking cockatiel is the apple of his owner's eyes. He loves to be the center of attention. This little guy is beloved and he knows it!! He does nearly everything with the family. And if you don't include him, he will find a way to include himself whether they like it or not. One day, Sunny was hanging around with mom as usual while she played on her phone. But when she got too involved on Facebook for Sunny's liking, the jealous little bird jumped into action. His little stunt speaks to the high intelligence parrots have. Sunny is determined to stop mom from giving her attention to the phone. And he has found a solution. Sit right in front of the phone's screen and block her vision. Back and forth he turns his head in sync with his moms' who tries to see around him. The little stinker knows exactly what he is doing. As his mom giggles and tries to ignore him, Sunny comes up with another strategy. Talking with all the cuteness in the world. He chats it up with the phone saying hi to it and telling it what a pretty bird he is. Next thing you know he starts to sing a song that he and mom always sing together. "All of the pretty ferrets sing, la la la". But mom refuses to sing along. The spunky little bird retaliates when his owner gently tries to remove him so she can see the phone. And then we see why she didn't try to remove him in the first place. That cutie has a sharp beak! Way to go Sunny, you win!
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The Taliban urged international airlines Sunday to resume flights to Kabul, saying all technical issues at the country's main airport have been resolved.
Israeli troops killed at least four Hamas militants in gun battles on Sunday,in raids against one of the group's cells in the occupied West Bank.That's according to an Israeli military spokesman, who said an Israeli officer and a soldier were also critically wounded, and four more Palestinians arrested.Israeli officials have long said Hamas, which runs the Gaza Strip, intends to gain strength in the West Bank.So it can challenge its rival there, the Western-backed Palestinian Authority.This Palestinian resident of the village of Beit Anan heard the raid before dawn, and says he saw soldiers carrying two bodies.The shootouts marked the most serious violence between Israel and Hamas since an 11-day Gaza war in May and threatened to raise tensions in the West Bank and along the Israeli border with Gaza.Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel in a statement of "field executions against our people."A Hamas spokesman confirmed the men were members of the group, which Israel and the West regard as a terrorist organization.Hamas called on Palestinians in the West Bank "to escalate resistance against the occupier in all areas" in the wake of the raids.Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, en route to the U.N. in New York, said the Hamas men were "about to carry out terrorist attacks".
The airport on the Spanish island of La Palma reopened on Sunday but flights remained cancelled as the volcano continued to spew lava and emit ash clouds over the surrounding area a week after it erupted. Reuters drone footage showed a rapid river of red hot lava flowing down the slopes of the crater, passing close to homes, and swathes of land and buildings engulfed by a black mass of slower-moving, older lava. Spain's airport operator Aena said the airport had reopened after teams cleared ash off the runway.