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Coronavirus Wave Sweeping Across Europe as More Nations Go Into Quarantine
The Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland are some of the European countries that have reimposed lockdown restrictions and strict social distancing as SARS-CoV-2 infections continue to rise. In the case of Czechia and Poland, their most recent epidemiological reports indicate record numbers of COVID-19 cases since the pandemic was declared by the World Health Organization in March.
Tunisian man beheads woman, kills two more people in Nice churchA knife-wielding Tunisian man shouting "Allahu Akbar" (God is Greatest) beheaded a woman and killed two other people in a church in the French city of Nice on Thursday before being shot and taken away by police.
President Emmanuel Macron said France would deploy thousands more soldiers to protect important sites such as places of worship and schools, as the country's security alert was raised to its highest level.
Speaking outside the church, Macron said France had been attacked "over our values, for our taste for freedom, for the ability on our soil to have freedom of belief .
Up to 23 million people in U.S. could move thanks to remote work, survey findsAmerica's biggest cities should brace for a chunk of families moving out because they prefer to work remotely from less crowded and less expensive areas, according to a survey by Upwork released Thursday.
The survey showed 14 million to 23 million people plan to pack up, many of them from big U.S. cities.
The trend is no surprise since the pandemic made it dangerous to commute on mass transit and work in crowded offices.
Coronavirus forces Mexicans to celebrate Day of the Dead earlyMexicans this year paid their respects early to departed loved-ones in the capital city, where the coronavirus pandemic will cast a pall over cemeteries usually resplendent with color and light during the Nov. 1-2 Day of the Dead celebrations.
The festive tradition typically draws thousands of people to burial grounds and public plazas across Mexico, many dressed as skeletons, to picnic at gravesides and decorate altars with sugar skulls and photos of dead friends and relatives.
Fast-moving Hurricane Zeta kills three as it rips across U.S. SouthHurricane Zeta tore across the U.S. South on Thursday with strong winds that left a trail of downed trees, snapped power lines and killed at least three people.
The storm brought 110 mile-per-hour (175 km-per-hour) winds to the Louisiana coast and knocked out power to 2.4 million people from Louisiana to North Carolina.
A New Orleans man died after touching a live power line, while two others were killed in Mississippi and Georgia from the coastal storm surge and a wind-felled tree, police reported.
Guilty plea entered in U.S. case linked to former Giuliani associatesThe first of four men charged in a campaign finance case implicating former associates of U.S. President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani on Thursday pleaded guilty to two charges in the case.
David Correia, 45, a business partner of onetime Giuliani associate Lev Parnas, admitted to wire fraud conspiracy for duping investors in an insurance company he helped create, and to making false statements to the Federal Election Commission (FEC).
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