U.S. federal health agencies recommended pausing the use of Johnson & Johnson's single-dose COVID-19 vaccine after six recipients developed a rare disorder involving blood clots.
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Russia calls U.S. an adversary, warns its warships to avoid Crimea
Russia on Tuesday called the United States an adversary and told U.S. warships to stay well away from Crimea "for their own good", calling their deployment in the Black Sea a provocation designed to test Russian nerves.
Facebook oversight board widens scope to rule on content left up on platform
Facebook users will now be able to ask the company's independent oversight board to rule on content that has been left up on the platform, as well as what was taken down, in a key expansion of the board's scope.
Bitcoin hits record before landmark Coinbase listing on Nasdaq
LONDON (Reuters) -Bitcoin hit a record of $62,741 on Tuesday, extending its 2021 rally to new heights a day before the listing of Coinbase shares in the United States.
Global shares steady as investors await U.S. inflation data
LONDON (Reuters) -Global stocks were steady on Tuesday as market players awaited U.S. data expected to show a pick-up in inflation, with the dollar also edging higher.
Israel made a 'very bad gamble' by sabotaging Iranian nuclear site: Zarif
Iran's top diplomat said on Tuesday that an attack on its Natanz nuclear facility which it blames on Israel was a "very bad gamble" that would strengthen Tehran's hand in talks to revive a 2015 nuclear deal with major powers.
Unrest flares again in Minnesota after fatal police shooting of Black motorist
BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. (Reuters) -A suburban Minneapolis police officer apparently drew her gun by mistake, instead of her Taser, when she shot a young Black man to death during a traffic stop, a police chief said on Monday, hours before a second night of unrest sparked by the killing.
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