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    A deadly fire at a Western India hospital tore through a Covid ward.

    The news compounded the sense of despair overwhelming the nation of 1.4 billion, now suffering the worst pandemic wave anywhere.

    Deadly Blast Hits Pakistan Hotel, Missing China’s Envoy by Perhaps Just Minutes

    The Serena Hotel in Quetta, Pakistan, is frequented by foreign guests, including a high-level Chinese delegation that was staying there but not present when the explosion struck.

    Europe’s Deadly Second Wave

    Summer vacations led to fall lockdowns. How did the world’s richest club of nations let it happen again?

    Europe’s Deadly Second Wave: How Did It Happen Again?

    After beating back a devastating springtime spread of the coronavirus, Europe is having an even deadlier second wave this fall.

    Deadly Protests Erupt in Uganda After Arrest of 2 Opposition Figures

    One of the detained presidential candidates, the popular musician-turned-lawmaker Bobi Wine, was accused of breaking coronavirus restrictions at campaign rallies.
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