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Covid vaccine rules in France, Italy and now Austria provide a window into what to expect

30.11.2021 - 11:55


India offers medical supplies to African nations

01.01.1970 - 01:00


American family stuck in South Africa amid new travel bans
An American family stuck in Johannesburg, South Africa, amid new Covid-19 travel restrictions talk about their experience in trying to get back home.
29.11.2021 - 14:46


Meta ordered to sell Giphy by UK antitrust authorities
Meta has been ordered to unwind its recent acquisition of Giphy by regulators worried about the deal's impact on competitors.
30.11.2021 - 11:33

Iran nuclear talks resume with upbeat comments despite skepticism
EU, Iranian and Russian diplomats sounded upbeat as Iran and world powers held their first talks in five months on Monday to try to save their 2015 nuclear deal, despite Tehran taking a tough stance in public that Western powers said would not work.
30.11.2021 - 11:17

Biden faces a familiar foe -- uncertainty
President Joe Biden had hoped to return from the Thanksgiving holiday bearing good news about his moves to get the economy back on track, his administration's effort to fix the supply chain crisis and hopes for a holiday season where Americans could gather safely with families and friends.
30.11.2021 - 06:02

CNN to conduct 'thorough review' of documents showing Chris Cuomo's intimate role advising brother Andrew Cuomo
CNN said Monday that it will evaluate new information that sheds light on how anchor Chris Cuomo sought to help his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, amid a flurry of sexual misconduct allegations earlier this year.
30.11.2021 - 02:21

Trump's defense secretary files lawsuit against Defense Dept. over memoir censoring
Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper says Americans deserve an ''unvarnished'' look at the ''tumultuous'' Trump administration as he sues Pentagon over book redactions. CNN's Jake Tapper has the exclusive interview.
30.11.2021 - 01:16

Island republic bids farewell to Queen; Prince Charles notes 'appalling atrocity of slavery'
With the stroke of midnight, Barbados cut its last remaining bonds to the British monarchy after nearly 400 years. In a vibrant celebratory ceremony on Monday evening, the Caribbean island removed Queen Elizabeth II as head of state and inaugurated its first-ever President.
30.11.2021 - 09:27


Scientists 'astounded' as first living robots reproduce in way not seen in plants or animals
The US scientists who created the first living robots say the life forms, known as xenobots, can now reproduce -- and in a way not seen in plants and animals.
29.11.2021 - 22:04


Hear Prince Charles' speech as Barbados cuts ties with British monarchy
Barbados has cut its last remaining bonds to the British monarchy after nearly 400 years. In a ceremony on Monday evening, Prince Charles acknowledged the "appalling atrocity of slavery" as the nation removed Queen Elizabeth II as head of state and inaugurated its first-ever President.
30.11.2021 - 09:15

Sexual harassment rife inside Australian parliament, report finds
One in three people working in Australia's parliament have experienced sexual harassment, a report published on Tuesday said, following an independent inquiry into parliamentary workplace culture.
30.11.2021 - 09:53

China is mining much more coal again and that's boosting its factories
China's economy is finally getting some good news: Its big factories are staging a recovery as a power crunch that held back production starts to ease because of a big jump in coal supply.
30.11.2021 - 11:23

Stocks and oil prices fall as Moderna CEO says vaccines will struggle with Omicron
Global stocks and oil prices are falling again after a brief respite Monday from the heavy sell-off triggered by the emergence of the Omicron coronavirus variant.
30.11.2021 - 09:36

Las Vegas police use DNA testing and genealogical research to solve 42-year-old homicide of teen girl
Advanced DNA testing and genome sequencing helped Las Vegas police crack the case of a 16-year-old girl who was found dead 42 years ago, investigators announced Monday.
30.11.2021 - 12:35

Elizabeth Holmes testifies she was abused by former Theranos executive
Elizabeth Holmes, flushed and holding back tears, testified Monday that she left Stanford to launch Theranos in part because she had been raped, and said she later entered into what she alleged was an abusive relationship with the person who would become her startup's chief operating officer.
30.11.2021 - 02:24

'Jesus Christ Superstar' actor, an accused Capitol rioter, claimed 'divine' authority in court hearing
A court hearing for a January 6 defendant quickly turned contentious Monday after an actor and Oath Keeper tried to reject the United States' authority over him.
30.11.2021 - 03:00

Parents who are upset over mask mandates attack school board chair's child online
Chris and Kelsey Waits describe the the ugliness that followed Kelsey's unsuccessful race to be re-elected as chair of her school board in Hastings, Minnesota.
30.11.2021 - 00:28

North Korean defector recaptured in China after more than 40 days on run
A North Korean defector who escaped from prison in northeast China has been recaptured by authorities, after more than 40 days on the run in the biting winter cold.
30.11.2021 - 07:09


Sweden's first female PM quit, then got elected again days later
Swedish lawmakers have again elected Magdalena Andersson to the role of prime minister -- days after she resigned from the post -- and she is set once more to become the first female leader in the country's history.
29.11.2021 - 17:01

Jack Dorsey is stepping down as CEO of Twitter
Jack Dorsey, the cofounder and public face of Twitter, will step down from his role as CEO, effective immediately, the company announced Monday. Dorsey will remain a member of Twitter's board until at least next year.
29.11.2021 - 17:48


Here's how your gas could hit $5 a gallon
The surge in oil prices this year has angered drivers, tainted Americans' views on the economy and confounded both the White House and Federal Reserve. Unfortunately, JPMorgan Chase says the oil spike is just getting started.
30.11.2021 - 12:05


Retailers want you to shop in stores this year (and they have a point)
Between supply chain issues and shipping delays, many retailers want you to shop in their brick-and-mortar locations instead of ordering online. And they're not wrong. CNN Business' Nathaniel Meyersohn reports.
29.11.2021 - 22:25


Debris warning postpones NASA spacewalk
NASA has postponed a spacewalk that was scheduled for Tuesday after receiving a space debris warning for the International Space Station.
30.11.2021 - 12:16

US to build up bases in Guam and Australia to meet China challenge

30.11.2021 - 11:14

Cyclones in Asia could have double the destructive power by end of century, study finds
Tropical cyclones in Asia could have double the destructive power by the end of the century, according to new research, as scientists say the human-made climate crisis is already making them stronger.
30.11.2021 - 05:02


Fraternity boxing match leads to student's death
A 20-year-old student at the University of Nevada Las Vegas died after participating in Kappa Sigma fraternity's "Fight Night." Nathan Valencia was hospitalized following his fight and died November 23, just four days shy of his 21st birthday. His family and their lawyers join CNN New Day to discuss what happened to their son.
29.11.2021 - 21:15


Prosecutors ask Supreme Court to review Cosby's overturned sexual assault conviction
Prosecutors in Pennsylvania announced Monday they're appealing a court ruling in the case against Bill Cosby to the US Supreme Court, arguing that a statement from a previous district attorney that they would not file charges against Cosby does not mean that charges would never be filed.
30.11.2021 - 02:21


Jill Biden unveils this year's Christmas decorations
Jill Biden reveals the White House Christmas decorations, spotlighting first responders and frontline workers with the theme "gifts from the heart."
29.11.2021 - 15:29

Google pledges to build a more 'vibrant and dynamic' digital ecosystem in Africa
Africa has the lowest rate of internet connectivity of any region in the world. But that also means it has the highest potential for new growth.
29.11.2021 - 15:15

Lionel Messi wins Ballon d'Or -- again
Lionel Messi won his seventh Ballon d'Or title on Monday, while Alexia Putellas won her first Ballon d'Or Féminin title.
29.11.2021 - 22:19

'West Side Story' star to appear in remake
Actress Rita Moreno talked about her rocky relationship with legendary actor Marlon Brando and her career-changing role in "West Side Story" during an interview with CBS' "60 Minutes."
29.11.2021 - 20:56


Fans noticed a Simpsons episode is missing from Disney+ in Hong Kong
Fans have noticed that an episode of the Simpsons that features a scene in Tiananmen Square is missing from Disney+ in Hong Kong.
30.11.2021 - 04:06

Cristiano Ronaldo hits back at 'lie' after France Football boss stokes Lionel Messi rivalry
Cristiano Ronaldo says the editor of France Football, Pascal Ferré, "lied" after claiming the Portuguese forward told him of his ambition to retire with more Ballon d'Or awards than Lionel Messi.
30.11.2021 - 11:34

Miss Kentucky Elle Smith takes the Miss USA crown
Miss Kentucky Elle Smith has won the 2021 Miss USA pageant.
30.11.2021 - 08:17

Reports: Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly is leaving for LSU
University of Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly is leaving to take a similar position at Louisiana State University, according to multiple reports.
30.11.2021 - 06:04

Kenya's historic libraries are getting a new lease on life
Libraries in Nairobi, Kenya, are getting a makeover thanks to two women who are hoping to turn the page on the past -- creating a new future both for the books inside the libraries and the communities around them.
30.11.2021 - 03:14

Designer Virgil Abloh remembered at The Fashion Awards 2021
Designers and celebrities paid tribute to Virgil Abloh at The Fashion Awards in London on Monday, where the late Louis Vuitton and Off-White creative force was honored as a leader of change within the industry.
30.11.2021 - 05:30


Merriam-Webster's 2021 word of the year revealed
Merriam-Webster just announced its Word of the Year. For some, it is a symbol of hope and health. For others, it's a representation of a politicized issue.
29.11.2021 - 21:11

This could be the future of first-class airplane travel
First class is on its way out at many airlines, as business class seats and mini-suites become larger, more private and more luxurious -- and fewer budgets stretch to adding on what might be an extra zero on the price tag for first class.
29.11.2021 - 12:54


Internet amused and horrified by mall's Christmas tree
Talking Christmas tree creeps people out while delighting them. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
30.11.2021 - 08:14


Pirelli's star-studded 2022 calendar unveiled
Pirelli has unveiled "On the Road," its 2022 calendar starring some of the music industry's biggest names, including Iggy Pop, Cher, Grimes and Jennifer Hudson. This edition of the renowned calendar, which was put on pause last year due to the coronavirus, was shot by Canadian singer-turned-photographer Bryan Adams and is dedicated to the "greatest talents in the world of music," according to a news release.
29.11.2021 - 16:22

Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga perform 'One Last Time'
In August 2021, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga performed two sold-out concerts that were billed as Bennet's final New York performances. The August 3 show ran on November 28 in a CBS special called "One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga."
29.11.2021 - 21:32

Channing Tatum to return in 'Magic Mike 3'
Channing Tatum is back as Magic Mike.
29.11.2021 - 19:17


The emerging view on the continent is that mandating Covid-19 vaccinations can work. Rules in France, Italy and now Austria provide a window into what to expect.
Earlier this month, Austria took a step once unthinkable for a Western democracy: It announced that Covid-19 vaccinations would become compulsory for its entire population.
30.11.2021 - 12:28


70 countries and territories impose travel bans

01.01.1970 - 01:00


WHO spokesperson: We should not punish countries for reporting cases
Maria Van Kerkhove, the World Health Organization's technical lead on Covid-19, tells CNN's Christiane Amanpour that travel bans can slow the spread of the virus but ultimately can't stop it.
29.11.2021 - 20:31


Analysis: One thing Biden will not do to fight the Omicron variant
There was a telling moment during President Joe Biden's remarks on the new Omicron coronavirus variant at the White House Monday. He's all in on doing everything he can to get Americans vaccinated and politely asking them to mask up, but he's not likely to go the direction of some European leaders and push lockdowns any time soon.
30.11.2021 - 04:28

Do Covid travel restrictions work?
• Travel restriction updates by country • Which countries have found Omicron cases? • What makes Omicron different
30.11.2021 - 12:22

US intel community 'struggled' to brief Trump, CIA study says

30.11.2021 - 04:55