COVID-19 patient is bludgeoned to death in California hospital
An 82-year-old man who was being treated for COVID-19 at a hospital north of Los Angeles was bludgeoned to death with an oxygen tank last week by his roommate, authorities said.
For Christmas, pastors offer comfort and joy in a sombre season
When the Rev Timothy Cole learned he had COVID-19 in early March, it was the first known case of the virus in Washington, D C Cole, rector of Christ Church Georgetown, was hospitalised for three weeks.
Pope urges help for poor at low-key Christmas Eve Mass curbed by COVID
Pope Francis celebrated a low-key Christmas Eve Mass made sombre by the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday and said people should feel obliged to help the needy because Jesus himself was born a poor outcast.
In Bethlehem and Jolly and Antlers, an American Christmas
The roads were icy in Frostburg, Maryland. In Jolly, Texas, the mood was somber. Still, despite a season filled with challenges at every turn, by the time I got to Snowbird, Utah, it was clear that the holidays were in full swing.
An Oscar winner made a Khashoggi documentary. Streaming services didn’t want it
Bryan Fogel’s first documentary, “Icarus,” helped uncover the Russian doping scandal that led to the country’s expulsion from the 2018 Winter Olympics. It also won an Oscar for him and for Netflix, which released the film.
For a defeated president, pardons as an expression of grievance
The statement announcing the latest raft of presidential pardons was officially attributed to the White House press secretary, but it bristled with President Donald Trump’s own deep-seated grievances.
Photojournalist Kajol released on bail after seven months in jail
Photojournalist Shafiqul Islam Kajol has been released on bail after seven months in jail in digital security cases.
Hospital workers start to ‘turn against each other’ to get vaccine
At NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, one of the most highly regarded hospitals in New York City, a rumour spread last week that the line for the coronavirus vaccine on the ninth floor was unguarded and anyone could stealthily join and receive the shot.
India's Modi calls farmer protests over contested laws politically motivated
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that protests by farmers against three laws brought by his government were politically motivated, as he touted the success of an agricultural scheme launched last year.
Bollywood, reeling from the pandemic, shifts to streaming
“Coolie No. 1” has all the hallmarks of a big Bollywood film: colourful costumes, larger-than-life sets, foot-tapping music and a melodramatic story about a man who pretends he has a twin to woo the woman of his dreams.
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