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Family Reveals Big Plans For Bob Marley’s 77th Birthday Celebration

KINGSTON, Jamaica— The Marley family will be going all out to celebrate the 77th birthday of the King of Reggae, Bob Marley on February 6.

The theme for this year’s birthday celebrations is Roots 77 and a statement from the family said there will be seven days with seven main events to mark the occasion.

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Covid-19: Cases Start To Plateau In Third National Wave

This is the first time a trend reversal has been witnessed since the start of the Omicron surge in late December.

The trajectory of India’s third wave of Covid-19 infections appears to have started receding, with new cases at the national level contracting over the past week – the first time a trend reversal has been witnessed since the start of the Omicron surge in late December.

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Why Is Turkey Trying To Mediate The Ukraine-Russia Crisis?

The NATO member is aligned with Russia on several conflicts but also sells weapons to Ukraine.

Istanbul, Turkey – Turkey is hoping to help defuse tensions between its NATO allies and Russia over the Ukraine crisis, with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expected to meet his counterparts on both sides of the conflict in the coming weeks.

Turkey was “ready to do whatever is necessary” to avoid a war, Erdogan said on Wednesday night during a televised interview.

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US Warns ‘Horrific’ Outcome Nearing In Ukraine If Moscow Eschews Diplomacy

The most senior U.S. military officer warns Russia will end up blazing a path of death and devastation, for all sides, should it decide to resolve its differences with Ukraine by using military force.

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COVID Vaccine Misinformation Violates Human Rights, Says Pope Francis

Pope Francis has said misinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccines is a human rights violation.

He condemned the “distortion of reality based on fear” on Friday during a meeting with Catholic journalists who have formed a fact-checking network.

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China, Mongolia Oppose Politicizing Olympics, Strengthen Cooperation

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Friday held a phone conversation with Mongolian Foreign Minister Batmunkh Battsetseg.

Wang said that last year marked the 100th founding anniversary of the Communist Party of China and the Mongolian People’s Party, which is of great significance to both China and Mongolia.

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