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Wuhan Coronavirus 101: What We Do — And Don't — Know About A Newly Identified Disease January 24, 2020 - 4:00 AM ET Updated Jan. 25, 2:34 p.m. ET A new strain of virus that appears to have originated in China is spreading rapidly and crossing borders. There are more than 1300 confirmed cases worldwide and more than 40 reported deaths as of Jan. 25. Here's what we know so far about this virus, as reported by NPR's daily science podcast Short Wave . What kind of disease is this? The outbreak is caused by a coronavirus. Common human coronaviruses cause mild to moderate upper respiratory symptoms, including the common cold, while more severe types can cause pneumonia and death. The name for this kind of virus comes from the crownlike spikes it has on its surface — "corona" is Latin for "crown." This strain of the virus is called 2019-nCoV for now, which is short for "2019 novel...See more

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Chúng ta đang tạo một kênh trao đổi khác.

We are creating another way of communication.

Nous sommes en train de créer une autre façon de communication.


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(A one-hundred-word short story by Jeffrey Archer).

Albert stared at the prisoner standing in the dock, well aware he hadn’t committed the murder.

Albert had struck the fatal blow moments after Yvonne admitted she was seeing another man. He slipped out of her flat and into a telephone box on the other side of the road. When his rival appeared, he dialled 999.

Twenty minutes later two detectives dragged the innocent man out of her apartment, threw him into the back of a police car and, sirens blazing, sped off.

“Do you find the defendant guilty or not guilty of murder?”

The foreman rose. “Guilty,” said Albert.

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Listening to George Orwell Animal Farm live on Radio Four now. Fantastic and quite comparable to what happened recently.
Share with you all. Don't know if you can hear it in Vietnam?

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On the train to work, still night outside. Don't know why thinking about the days few weeks ago at the end of the year staying in France. Around Parcde Sceaux and the beautiful mansions where I wandered with my son after a stroll in the Parc the nice old roads. We were finding for some chocolate for the party at night in a family, the daughter was a class mate of our son. Oh sweet memories.

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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi says opponents of Taiwan reunification ‘will stink for 10,000 years’ Chinese foreign minister rails against Taiwan’s decision to re-elect Tsai Ing-wen as president, while state media claims ‘external dark forces’ had part in result Tsai says Taiwan wants partnership with its neighbours Published: 14 Jan, 2020 Mainland China’s state media s “external dark forces” played a part in the election result in Taiwan. Photo: Kyodo Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Taiwan’s reunification with mainland China was inevitable and, in a rebuke against Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-Wen’s landslide re-election, that separatists would “stink for 10,000 years”. Tsai, of the independence-leaning Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), won about 57 per cent of the popular vote in the island’s presidential election on the weekend, riding a wave of...See more

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