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Morning Mail / 2 lines: What mattered to the world yesterday

Morning Mail / 2 lines: What mattered to the world yesterday

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■ The US  approves use of  'Pfizer' vaccine  in  children 12-15 years old

Farm Pharmaceutical company Novavax announced that its highly effective vaccine would not be authorized in the US or Britain at least until July and would not peak production by the end of the year.

■ With the vaccination campaign in place, Americans living in Europe have decided to travel to the US to be inoculated.

. Nine people died after a shooting at a school in central Russia. Officials said a 19-year-old suspect was in custody. President Vladimir Putin ordered a tightening of meanwhile strict gun laws.

. Queen Elizabeth II opened her 67th Parliament, making her first public appearance since the funeral of her husband, Prince Philip.

. As Myanmar marked the 100th day of junta rule, protesters gathered again across the country. Singapore's foreign minister said the military needed to co-operate, show restraint and start a dialogue with its opponents.

. The Biden administration approved the first large offshore wind farm off the coast of Massachusetts. Together, the 84 turbines can generate enough electricity to power about 400,000 homes.

■ A Lutheran pastor in California became the first transgender person to become a bishop in a major denomination of American Christianity.

. A new study questions the theory that humans can have no more than about 150 meaningful relationships, a measure that has come to be known as the Dunbar number.

. The fiercest fighting between Israelis and Palestinians in seven years intensified last night, resulting in the deaths of at least 30 Palestinians, including 10 children and three Israelis. Hundreds of other civilians were injured, according to local officials on both sides.

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