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3 Stories You Should Read 3/5/2020: Syria, Coronavirus, Warren

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In the category of:  We will see

Elizabeth Warren ends her presidential campaign


In the category:  Get the facts

The Most Common Coronavirus Concerns, Answered By Doctors

Read this before you call your physician in a total panic over COVID-19.

There’s a lot of fear surrounding the coronavirus. The pathogen, which is spread through respiratory droplets, has infected people across the globe and here in the United States with the disease officially known as COVID-19.

Many doctors have been fielding questions from patients about the virus for weeks, and as more information comes out, the concerns from the general public will likely continue.

It’s totally normal to feel anxious in the face of a possible pandemic. However, the No. 1 thing most experts stress right now is there is no need to panic.



In the category of:  Time will tell

Erdogan, Putin announce Idlib ceasefire after Moscow meeting

Truce in Syria’s last rebel stronghold to begin at midnight, presidents say, after lengthy meeting in Russian capital.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have announced a military ceasefire in Idlib to begin at midnight on Thursday, after a meeting in Moscow that lasted six hours.

Idlib, the last rebel stronghold in Syria, has witnessed increased violence and bloodshed since last December, the start of a Russia-backed Syrian offensive to regain control over the region. 

“At 00.01 tonight, as in, from midnight, the ceasefire will be put in place,” Erdogan told reporters in Moscow.




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