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1. Global Contrast Injector Systems Industry
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2. Russia vaccine claim faces scepticism as nations renew virus battle

Russia claimed Tuesday it has developed the world's first vaccine offering "sustainable immunity" against the coronavirus, despite mounting scepticism about its effectiveness as fears grow over a second wave of infections across the globe. President Vladimir Putin said the vaccine was safe and that one of his own daughters had received the inoculation, dubbed "Sputnik" after the pioneering 1950s Soviet satellite. "I know that it is quite effective, that it gives sustainable immunity," Putin said of the vaccine developed by the Gamaleya research institute in coordination with Moscow's defence ministry.


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3. 1000s of Korean laborers still lost after WWII, Cold War end

Shin Yun-sun describes her life as a maze of dead ends. The South Korean has spent many of her 75 years pestering government officials, digging into records and searching burial grounds on a desolate Russian island, desperately searching for traces of a father she never met. Shin wants to bring back the remains of her presumed-dead father for her ailing 92-year-old mother, Baek Bong-rye.


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4. Enoch Adeboye sexism row: Why the Nigerian pastor is popular

Enoch Adeboye riles social media critics with his views on women, but this has not dented his standing.


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5. New sentencing ordered for American who joined Islamic State
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6. Fauci says he has serious doubts Russia's COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective

Dr. Anthony Fauci told ABC News' Deborah Roberts that he seriously doubts the Russian-made COVID-19 vaccine, dubbed Sputnik V and touted by President Vladimir Putin, has been proven safe and effective. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, shared the comments exclusively with National Geographic in a virtual panel discussion hosted and moderated by Roberts. "I hope that the Russians have actually, definitively proven that the vaccine is safe and effective," Fauci said.


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7. 'Reckless and foolish': Why Russia's vaccine has experts alarmed

Russia has a coronavirus vaccine. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Tuesday that Russia had approved a coronavirus vaccine, becoming the first country to do so. The news has been met with strong skepticism, with experts raising concerns that the experimental vaccine has yet to complete clinical trials designed to test its safety and effectiveness.


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8. 'If not now, when?': Black women seize political spotlight

“Are you Charisse Davis?” the fourth grader asked. The milestone comes after years of political work across America, where Black women have been running and winning elections in historic numbers, from Congress to county school boards.


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