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100 days later, the Premier League returns tomorrow. Here’s what you need to know – Fox Sports

Premier League football returns on Thursday morning AEST after a three-month coronavirus-enforced absence.

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Research shows why certain people infected with COVID-19 show no symptoms – News-Medical.net

Researchers worldwide have been surprised to see that individuals can be infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus – the virus that produces COVID-19 – without showing…

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Researchers worldwide have been surprised to see that individuals can be infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus – the virus that produces COVID-19 – without showing symptoms. Since these individuals expose others to infection without knowing it, it is important to find an explanation and hopefully a solution to this.
On the inside of our lungs are specialized immune cells, called alveolar macrophages, which help maintain a healthy environment in the lungs….

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‘Staggering level of deaths’: Russia readies for war in bloody Nagorno-Karabakh conflict – NEWS.com.au

‘Staggering level of deaths’: Russia readies for war in bloody Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

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A regional conflict is rapidly reaching an irreversible point where major military powers including Russia will be sucked in which is almost certain to lead to even more bloodshed, a veteran diplomat has warned. As many as 5000 people are now thought to have perished in four weeks’ worth of fighting between the central Asian nations of Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Which country has possession of a thin strip of land could be all that stops the battle from becoming a far wider war. Now Moscow is reported…

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iPhone 12 Australian Review: It Seems More Significant Than It Is – Gizmodo Australia

The iPhone 12 is now out in Australia and isn’t the base model anymre. Is the price tag worth it? We explore this in our Australian review.

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If the iPhone 11 Pro saw Apple ‘learn’ or ‘adopt’ from the best of Android, this years iPhone 12 sees the company turn inwards for inspiration.
The new middle child in Apples smartphone line up could be considered a nifty throwback to the beloved aluminium edge design of the iPhone 4, or a natural evolution of the template set by the most recent rerun of the iPad Pro.
Either way, the new look does a lot of the heavy lifting here. Combined with a handful of trickle-down features inherited last years…

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