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27  novembre     19h10
What Omicron means for the pandemic’s future
   Prime Minister Boris Johnson outlines next steps after the first cases of the highly-contagious Omicron variant of Covid-19 were confirmed in the United Kingdom.
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Boris Johnson confirms Omicron covid cases in UK
   Countries around the world imposed travel restrictions after the discovery of a new Covid-19 variant in South Africa, more than 2.3 million Americans traveled by air for Thanksgiving, and in Asia-Pacific, New Zealand and the Philippines revealed new reopening plans.
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What we learned about global travel this week
   In just five years, Lin Fei-fan went from charging into Taiwan’s legislature and occupying the building with hundreds of students to a senior job for the island’s ruling party.
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Why wiping out Hong Kong’s opposition may have cost China a whole generation in Taiwan
   The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) remains deeply concerned that Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai is not free from censorship or coercion.
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Peng Shuai: WTA remains ’deeply concerned’ about Chinese tennis star
   As China cracked down on the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong, the Taiwanese public watched on anxiously. Some fear they could be next to see harsher clampdowns as China steps up pressure on the democratic island of 24 million to unify with the mainland. CNN’s Will Ripley reports.
26  novembre     23h50
China’s crackdown on Hong Kong fuels fears in Taiwan
   Former Fox News contributors Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes decided to leave the network last week. The two have long been concerned over former President Donald Trump falsely claiming the 2020 election was stolen. The publication of Tucker Carlson’s falsehood-filled Patriot Purge on Fox Nation...
27  novembre     16h13
How anti-Trump conservatives have fled Fox News
   Three charred bodies have been found in a burned out building in the Chinatown district of the Solomon Islands’ capital, Honiara -- the first reported fatalities after three days of violent protests that saw more than 100 people arrested.
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3 burned bodies found in Solomon Islands’ Chinatown following violent protests
   The phone connection between a Venezuelan prison cell and Houston, Texas, crackles and fades.
26  novembre     15h22
Four years later, imprisoned oil executives remain pawns in a US-Venezuela standoff
   Santosh Singh’s earliest memory is of tilling soil on his family’s farm. Now, the 70-year-old farmer’s eyes gleam with pride as he recalls watching his grandson do the same.
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Indian farmers forced Modi to back down on new laws. So why aren’t they going home?
   At least two people are reported to have died as Britain was battered by severe weather with winds reaching speeds of over 90 mph (144 km h) in some areas.
27  novembre     12h36
How US gun culture stacks up with the world
   At least 19 people were killed and 20 more injured on Friday when a passenger bus traveling on a highway in central Mexico crashed into a house, authorities said.
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At least 2 dead as Storm Arwen thrashes the UK
   Stephen Sondheim, the renowned composer of Into the Woods, Sweeney Todd, Gypsy, Sunday in the Park with George and other essential works of musical theater, died early Friday morning at his home in Roxbury, Connecticut, according to the New York Times. He was 91.
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At least 19 killed in bus crash in central Mexico
   Most college students can’t wait for their 21st birthdays. But Lakshmi Parvathinathan is terrified.
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Stephen Sondheim, master of musical theater, dead at 91
   When people think of artificial intelligence, the images that often come to mind are of the sinister robots that populate the worlds of The Terminator, i, Robot, Westworld, and Blade Runner. For many years, fiction has told us that AI is often used for evil rather than for good.
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Why these students are dreading their 21st birthdays
   Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Friday that a group of Ukrainians and Russians are planning a coup against him at the beginning of December. CNN’s Matthew Chance reports.
26  novembre     15h54
Meet the robot that can write poetry and create artworks
   When it comes to overpopulation as the cause of wildlife loss in Africa, Prince William just won’t let it go.
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What life is like in the ’polar bear capital of the world’
   World Athletics has found that female athletes were the target of 87 percent of all online abuse at this year’s Tokyo Olympics.
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World leader claims Russia is plotting coup against him
   The romance of rail travel has seduced many travelers over the years. Sitting in a train as it slips quietly out of a city, along tunnels and viaducts, sneaking glimpses of people’s backyards before rolling into open countryside is one of life’s true pleasures.
27  novembre     10h03
Prince William’s overpopulation remarks will do women no favors
   Pierre-Henri Dumont, Member of the French National Assembly representing the port city of Calais, France, speaks with CNN’s Bianca Nobilo about the death of 27 people who were trying to cross the English Channel.
26  novembre     11h27
World Athletics finds female athletes target of 87 percent of online abuse at Tokyo Olympics
   Adele has made another record-breaking return to the charts, as her latest album 30 claims the title of fastest-selling album of 2021 in both the US and the UK.
27  novembre     11h31
The ’betrayal’ that could kill Britain’s railway romance
   Every year, we can pretty much count on Mariah Carey to remind us that Christmas season actually kicks off the day after Halloween.
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Politician representing Calais has harsh words for Boris Johnson in interview
   The press conference in Dubai ahead of the World Chess Championship is running 30 minutes late. However, that hasn’t quelled the feverish anticipation of the crowd of journalists clambering for a good spot to photograph Magnus Carlsen, the world’s best chess player.
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Adele has made history as a female artist
   Zak Khogyani has seen sights and wonders that would fill you with awe.
26  novembre     16h05
Mariah Carey proves she’s the undisputed queen of Christmas
   World Athletics has found that female athletes were the target of 87 percent of all online abuse at this year’s Tokyo Olympics. The findings come from a study conducted during the Games and published on Thursday.
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World Chess Championship: Chess is sexy again. But for Magnus Carlsen, it’s business as usual
   After playing 13 Premier League games, Newcastle United still haven’t won a match, the club’s latest setback coming in Saturday’s 2-0 defeat by Arsenal.
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Even in a polarized country, Britain’s Home Secretary is uniquely divisive
   It was November 1997 and Dina Honour was hosting Thanksgiving dinner for the first time. The then 27-year-old had invited a group of New York City friends who, like her, had decided to stay in the city over the holidays.
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The pilot who helped 1,000 Afghan refugees flee to America
   Wouldn’t you like to stop your stressful, anxious thinking in its tracks? Turns out you can, and while you’re at it, you can make yourself feel and act better too.
27  novembre     15h41
Amazon workers go on strike as four-day shopping bonanza kicks off
   This week, learn how astronauts celebrated Thanksgiving in space, laugh along with the Comedy Wildlife Photography award winners, dig up a 1,200-year-old find, and more.
26  novembre     10h20
World Athletics finds female athletes target of 87 percent of online abuse at Tokyo Olympics
   A restored road connecting two ancient Egyptian temple complexes in Karnak and Luxor was unveiled on Thursday in a lavish ceremony aimed at raising the profile of one of Egypt’s top tourist spots.
27  novembre     12h43
Arsenal win piles pressure on Newcastle United and new head coach Eddie Howe
   LeBron James’ celebration in the recent overtime victory against the Indiana Pacers has landed the Los Angeles Lakers forward a fine from the NBA.
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A British guy crashed her Thanksgiving dinner. They’ve been married for 20 years
   11-month-old Wang Yuji from China’s Hebei province hasn’t quite mastered walking yet. But snowboards? No problem. Now she’s an internet sensation.
26  novembre     14h51
CBT: A way to reshape your negative thinking and reduce stress
   It proved less of a match, more a walk in the park for Brooks Koepka.
27  novembre     23h09
These award-winning photos are guaranteed to make you laugh
   It’s the time of the year when most Americans finish Thanksgiving leftovers and venture out in search for the best holiday sales. More importantly, they plan their household centerpiece of the season: the Christmas tree.
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Egypt reopens 3,400-year-old Avenue of the Sphinxes
   A helicopter with vegan seats, a private jet with a sundeck and garage, and a hotelier’s plan to hold discos at 35,000 feet -- all three concepts were unveiled at the Dubai Airshow last week among a host of others designed to lure VIP travelers back to the sky.
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LeBron James: Los Angeles Lakers forward fined 15,000 for ’obscene gesture’ celebration
   The festive season is typically time for pigs in blankets, but at one British golf club, some oinkers have been creating quite a stir.
26  novembre     11h50
11-month-old learns how to snowboard before she could walk
   Ralf Rangnick is set to be been named as Manchester United’s interim manager, the Athletic and other media outlets reported on Thursday.
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Brooks Koepka says he ’just wanted to spank’ Bryson DeChambeau after soundly beating rival in ’The Match’
   CNN’s Richard Quest plays video games with the head of Xbox Phil Spencer who talks about the future of the company as they celebrate the console’s 20th anniversary.
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Natural vs. artificial: Which Christmas tree option is better for the climate?
   The first fossil evidence of a pine cone sprouting seeds has been preserved in 40 million-year-old amber.
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The super-rich want sundecks on their private aircraft
   Even as a three-year-old, Tom DeBlass noticed that his father sometimes looked different when he returned home.
25  novembre     22h23
Pigs go hog wild on golf course, injure two and force club closure
   Madonna has hit out at Instagram for removing photos from her page because part of her nipple was showing.
26  novembre     09h36
Pioneer of German football to take over as interim manager at Manchester United
   The past is never dead, Nobel Prize winning novelist William Faulkner once wrote. It’s not even past.
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CNN’s Richard Quest plays video games with Xbox head
   The emergence of the newly identified Omicron coronavirus variant feels like a pandemic gut check.
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Amber captures rare plant behavior in an ancient, extinct pine cone
   The European Union and other major destinations have moved to block flights from African countries following the discovery of an aggressive mutation of the Covid-19 virus, echoing previous emergency responses that triggered a global freeze on travel.
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Don’t fight it, play it’: MMA fighter on the addictive nature of jiu-jitsu
   Mutations and new variants of the coronavirus are expected as it continues to spread, but experts say there’s more reason for worry with this one
27  novembre     23h07
Madonna hits out at Instagram for removing photos
   A new and potentially more transmissible coronavirus variant first identified in South Africa has prompted a fresh round of travel restrictions across the world and raised concern about what may be next in the pandemic.
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History in the making: Photographer of the Year winners revealed
  
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The emergence of the new coronavirus variant feels like a pandemic gut check
  
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Passengers have found themselves stranded without warning
  
01  janvier     00h00
Experts say there’s more reason for concern
  
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How the Omicron variant compares with other variants