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Must-watch videos of the week

By Jodi Upchurch, CNN A pug’s predictions go viral, a massive fish almost breaks scientists’ scale, and John Legend is serenaded by a street performer. These are the must-watch videos of the week. ‘No bones’ to pick A 13-year-old adopted pug has over 1.7 million followers on TikTok for his hilarious forecasts of the future.

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People enjoy a drink at a busy Lygon Street cafe in Melbourne on October 22

More than half of Australia’s population is now ‘living with Covid.’ The rest is still some way off

By Ben Westcott, CNN At midnight, Australia’s second-largest state emerged from what some experts and local media called the world’s longest lockdown. Victoria is the third state or territory — after New South Wales (NSW) and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) — to begin living with Covid-19 after reaching its target of a 70% adult

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Queen Elizabeth II spent Wednesday night at a hospital while undergoing "preliminary investigations. Queen Elizabeth and Prime Minister

Queen Elizabeth II spent a night at the hospital for ‘preliminary investigations,’ says palace spokesperson

By David Wilkinson and Max Foster, CNN Queen Elizabeth II spent Wednesday night at a hospital while undergoing “preliminary investigations,” according to a Buckingham palace spokesperson, after abruptly canceling a planned trip to Northern Ireland this week. The 95-year-old UK monarch entered the hospital on Wednesday and returned to Windsor Castle on Thursday, the spokesperson’s

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Canada is launching a standardized proof of vaccination credential for both domestic and international travel. An airplane is seen landing in Mississauga

Canada launches proof of vaccination credential for international travel

By Paula Newton, CNN Canada is launching a standardized proof of vaccination credential in the coming weeks for both domestic and international travel. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the announcement outside a children’s hospital in Ottawa Thursday, saying Canada is among the world’s leaders in vaccination rates and Canadians want to begin traveling again.

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson removed England's remaining Covid-19 restrictions in July

UK government accused of being ‘willfully negligent’ as Covid cases mount

By Rob Picheta, CNN Britain’s doctors’ union has accused Boris Johnson’s government of being “willfully negligent” in its handling of the latest wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, as ministers refuse to introduce mitigation measures despite the country recording more than 50,000 new infections on Thursday. The United Kingdom has recently registered far more cases than

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Miss France pageant faces lawsuit for requiring all contestants to be at least 5-foot-5, unmarried and child-free

Leah Dolan, CNN Miss France, the country’s 101-year-old beauty pageant, is being sued by a feminist activist group and three unsuccessful applicants over alleged discriminatory entry requirements. An appeal has been filed against the pageant’s parent company, Endemol Production, by Osez le féminisme (Dare to be feminist), who in a news statement issued on Tuesday

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