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How fish stocks will change in warming seas
New research out today highlights the future effects of climate change on important fish stocks for south-west UK fisheries. The study, which generated future projections of climate impacts on fish in a rapidly warming sea region, suggests changes in the ...

Coronavirus: Australia records deadliest day but fewer new infections
An outbreak in Victoria has seen over 100 deaths in the past week, but new infections may be slowing.

Puerto Rico voting temporarily halted amid lack of ballots
Puerto Rico's primary elections were temporarily halted Sunday because of a lack of ballots in voting centers across the island, according to election officials.

Indoor services at California church spark confrontation between protesters, congregants: report
Protesters and congregants clashed on Sunday after a California church held indoor services in defiance of a judge’s temporary restraining order barring the place of worship from doing so, according to a report.

Punching through turmoil: Pro boxer helps medical staff cope
PARIS (AP) — Hassan N’Dam, former middleweight boxing champion of the world, wanted to repay the French hospital that cared for his father-in-law through his bout with COVID-19.

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Blast destroyed landmark 19th century palace in Beirut
Blast destroyed landmark 19th century palace in BeirutThe 160-year-old palace withstood two world wars, the fall of the Ottoman Empire, the French mandate and Lebanese independence. After the country's 1975-1990 civil war, it took 20 years of careful restoration for the family to bring the palace back to its former glory. “In a split second, everything was destroyed again,” says Roderick Sursock, owner of Beirut's landmark Sursock Palace, one of the most storied buildings in the Lebanese capital.