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In Abu Dhabi, the government's education regulator has announced strict guidelines for returning to the classrooms that apply to all of the Emirate's schools. CNN's Becky Anderson takes a look at how Abu Dhabi's education system is coping amid the pandemic.

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A second wave of Covid-19 is dealing a heavy blow to Iraq as the government stands helpless in the face of the crisis. CNN's Arwa Damon got a rare look inside an ICU of a Baghdad hospital that saw its patient numbers triple in the last two weeks.

Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, a Mexican drug lord who has repeatedly escaped from prison, was convicted after a jury trial in 2019 and sentenced to life plus 30 years in a US prison.

Bhutan, a small country that borders China and India, has only seen one death as a result of the coronavirus, compared to the worldwide death toll which is nearing 2.5 million deaths. CNN's Fareed Zakaria looks at how Bhutan was able to curve the pandemic.

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Seeking a sharp break from the "America First" policies of his predecessor, President Joe Biden reaffirmed the US position of global leadership, the power of its alliances and the resilience of democracy in the United States and abroad.

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Thomas Zurbuchen, NASA's Head of Science, tells Becky Anderson just how difficult it's been to build and send a rover to Mars, and why he's so excited about this mission.

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A massive crater appeared violently and explosively in the Siberian tundra last year -- a powerful blowout of methane gas throwing ice and rock hundreds of feet away and leaving a gaping circular scar in the empty and eerie landscape.

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More than three years after the Trump administration pulled diplomats from Cuba following a series of still unexplained health incidents, effectively closing the embassy, the Biden administration is considering restaffing the US diplomatic mission. That would be welcome news for many Cubans …