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Ethiopian 18th Century crown returns home

Image caption The crown has depictions of Jesus Christ. An 18th Century Ethiopian crown has been returned home after being hidden in a Dutch flat for more than 20 years. Ethiopian Sirak Asfaw, who fled to the Netherlands in the late 1970s, found the crown in 1998 in the suitcase of a visitor and realised it was stolen. The management consultant protected it until he alerted a historian and Dutch police of his discovery last year. On Thursday, ... Full story

Many victims of shooting in Germany had immigrant background: report

A police officer walks outside the Midnight Shisha bar after a shooting in Hanau, near Frankfurt, Germany, February 20, 2020. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski. BERLIN (Reuters) - Many of the victims of the shooting in the German town of Hanau had an immigrant background, German magazine Focus said based on a report from news agency dpa that cited security sources. A suspected right-wing extremist shot nine people dead in two shisha bars in an overnight ... Full story

Israel's sees 2020 revenue reaching almost $1 billion

TEL AVIV (Reuters) -, which helps small businesses build and operate websites, reported a smaller-than-expected decline in fourth-quarter net profit and forecast a revenue rise of about 25% this year to nearly $1 billion as it expands into the professional web creator market. The offices website-designer firm are shown in Tel Aviv, Israel July 4, 2016. Picture taken July 4, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner/File Photo. Israel-based Wix ... Full story

Fátima Aldrighett: Mexico police arrest suspects over girl's murder

Image caption Seven-year-old Fátima Aldrighett disappeared on 11 February. Mexican police have arrested a couple suspected of kidnapping, torturing and murdering a seven-year-old girl whose body was found dumped in a bin bag. Fátima Aldrighett disappeared after leaving school in Mexico City on 11 February. Her body was discovered with signs of abuse four days later. On Wednesday, police detained a man and a woman after finding items at a house ... Full story

China to cut $71.3 billion insurance fees to help firms amid coronavirus outbreak

BEIJING (Reuters) - China is expected to cut pension contributions and insurance fees by more than 500 billion yuan ($71.27 billion) this year, government officials said on Thursday, as it seeks to help companies weather the coronavirus outbreak. A man wearing face mask is seen in Qibao, an old river town on the outskirts of Shanghai, China, as the country is hit by an outbreak of the novel coronavirus, February 19, 2020. REUTERS/Aly Song. The ... Full story

Dems' debate flubs; Trump untruths at rally

February 20, 2020 GMT. 1 of 3. From left, Democratic presidential candidates, former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., participate in a Democratic presidential primary debate Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020, in Las Vegas, hosted by NBC News and MSNBC. (AP Photo/John Locher). 1 of 3. From left, Democratic presidential candidates, former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg, Sen. Elizabeth ... Full story

M.M. LaFleur is lending clothes to female political candidates for free

When Jeannette Rankin became the first woman to serve in Congress in 1917, media coverage paid acute attention to her style and personal appearance. In March of that year, The Washington Post published a story with the headline, “Congresswoman Rankin Real Girl; Likes Nice Gowns and Tidy Hair.” The article, which was meant to quash “speculation” that Rankin dressed like a man, described her as “thoroughly feminine” and detailed her “soft and ... Full story

Worried About 5G’s Health Effects? Don’t Be

Even as carriers around the world race to build 5G networks, some government officials are reaching for the throttle, citing fears that the new generation of wireless technology could pose health risks. Earlier this year the Portland, Oregon, city council passed a resolution asking the Federal Communications Commission to update its research into potential health risks of 5G. (In 2013, the American Academy of Pediatrics made a similar request ... Full story

2 cruise ship passengers in Japan die from novel coronavirus

LONDON -- Two passengers from a cruise ship quarantined in Japan ese waters have died from the novel coronavirus, officials said. It's the first deaths to occur out of the hundreds of confirmed cases from the Diamond Princess cruise ship. The deceased patients -- a man and a woman -- were in their 80s and were residents of Japan. Both were taken ashore for treatment last week after having prolonged fevers, and they ultimately tested positive ... Full story

2 passengers die after leaving 'chaotic' quarantined cruise ship

Feb. 20, 2020, 10:55 AM UTC. • 2 people who were on quarantined cruise ship in Japan have died. • Quarantine on Diamond Princess cruise ship 'chaotic,' Japanese expert claims. • Number of new confirmed cases drops in Hubei province. • South Korea confirms first death of person infected with coronavirus. • Two people die in Iran after contracting coronavirus. • Thousands of Americans voluntarily self-quarantine after returning from China. 2 ... Full story