Sanders takes early lead in Nevada caucuses, Biden distant second |

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) speaks during a news conference before holding a ‘Get Out the Early Vote’ rally on February 21, 2020 in Santa Ana, California. — AFP pic LAS VEGAS, Feb 23 — Bernie Sanders took an early lead in results from the Democratic presidential caucuses in Nevada yesterday, buoyed by […]

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Baldur’s Gate 3 kündigt erstes Gameplay an – Auf der PAX East wird live

Fans der Rollenspiel-Reihe Baldur‘s Gate sollten sich den 27. Februar im Kalender markieren. Denn am Abend dieses Tages zeigen die Larian Studios endlich erstes Gameplay zu Baldur‘s Gate 3. Gameplay live Ihr bekommt auf der Spiele-Messe PAX East am Samstagabend um 21:00 Uhr nicht einfach ein Gameplay-Video zu Baldur‘s Gate 3 zu sehen. Swen Vincke, […]

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Avoid crowds over virus, Japan health minister warns

Katsunobu Kato warned the nation was ‘entering a new phase’. — Reuters pic TOKYO, Feb 16 — Japan’s health minister today urged the public to avoid crowds and “non-essential gatherings”, including notoriously packed commuter trains, to prevent the new coronavirus from spreading in the country. Katsunobu Kato warned the nation was “entering a new phase” […]

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39 new cases of COVID-19 on cruise ship where Canadians trapped

TORONTO —Another 39 positive cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed on a quarantined cruise ship in Japan, but it’s unclear if any of those new infections involve Canadians. Princess Cruises confirmed the new cases early Wednesday morning local time. “We are following guidance from the Japan Ministry of Health on plans for disembarkation protocols to […]

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Bhutan introduces ‘sustainable development fee’ for regional tourists

NEW DELHI: Ending decades of free entry to regional tourists visiting Bhutan, the government has decided to levy a daily US$17 (RM70 fee for regional tourists from India, the Maldives and Bangladesh, beginning this July. Bhutan is introducing the “sustainable development fee” following a spike in visitors that has sparked worries for the unique Himalayan […]

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