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U.S. markets hold moment of silence for mosque shooting victims

The NASDAQ broadcast a message of support to the victims on its screens overlooking Times Square.

A gunman shot dead 49 people and wounded at least 20 at two New Zealand mosques, some as they were kneeling at prayer, livestreaming online some of the killings that Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern condemned as terrorism. It was the worst ever mass killing in New Zealand which raised its security threat level to the highest.

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Basketball icon Kobe Bryant remembered one year after his untimely death

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India vows to exceed Paris Agreement targets

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Treasury resuming steps to put Harriet Tubman on $20 bill

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Houston Health Department announces FREE COVID-19 testing schedule for the week of January 25

HOUSTON - The Houston Health Department and its agency partners are announcing the schedule for sites offering free COVID-19 tests the week of...

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