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Bellator 266: Phil Davis dominates Yoel Romero in San Jose

Last update on. From the section Mixed Martial Arts Phil Davis, a former light heavyweight champion, spoiled Yoel Romo's debut at Bellator 266 San
To mask or not to mask? Opinion split on London underground
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To mask or not to mask? Opinion split on London underground

Boris Johnson, a politician who advocates wearing masks in enclosed spaces, urged people to do the same as he said, but not as he did, last week as
‘Like nothing in my lifetime’: researchers race to unravel the mystery of Australia’s dying frogs
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‘Like nothing in my lifetime’: researchers race to unravel the mystery of Australia’s dying frogs

Jodi Rowley, a scientist, was bringing frozen dead frogs to her door in the middle of Sydney's lockdown. Sometimes, one may arrive dry and shrivelled
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Telegram blocks Russian opposition leader's chat bots during vote

Despite lifting the ban last year, the Russian government continues to exert strong control over Telegram. RadioFreeEurope reports that Telegram
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A doctor in Texas says he broke the law and performed an abortion: 'I can't just sit back and watch us return to 1972'

Protesters held signs outside of the Texas state capitol, May 29, 2021 in Austin. Sergio Flores/Getty Images Texas's new law prohibiting abortions
Alabama is vulnerable, Penn State is rising and Cincinnati is looking to make a move
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Alabama is vulnerable, Penn State is rising and Cincinnati is looking to make a move

Bryce Young scores three touchdowns in the first quarter, but Florida rallies after a failed two point conversion in the fourth quarter. (2:12).
Phil Davis spoils Yoel Romero's Bellator debut in split-decision win
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Phil Davis spoils Yoel Romero's Bellator debut in split-decision win

Yoel Romero looked confused and waved his fingers like Dikembe Mumbombo. Bellator announcer Michael C. Williams was reading out the results of
Mass Extinction Events Can Turn Freshwater Into Toxic Soup, And It's Already Happening
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Mass Extinction Events Can Turn Freshwater Into Toxic Soup, And It's Already Happening

Experts believe that almost all mass extinctions on Earth were caused by microbes living in rivers and lakes, apart from the one that decimated most
‘I felt this huge relief’: how antibody injections free the immunosuppressed under Covid
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‘I felt this huge relief’: how antibody injections free the immunosuppressed under Covid

Shantay Brown, a proud sports mom, longs to get into a packed stadium for her boys' Ohio State football games. She will scream over the action. Brown
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Photos: Who were the protesters who showed up to the Justice for J6 rally in DC

For the rally in support of January 6 rioters, Capitol police and other law enforcement officers were on alert. Final count showed that police