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 Pics of the day: January 27, 2022 | Africanews

4 hours agoPics of the day: January 27, 2022. Last updated: 12 minutes ago. Africanews samples the best pictures of the day's news. More about. World Tour Cameroon ...

Early Edition: January 27, 2022 - Just Security

ENGLAND Lifts Covid Restrictions, Jan 27, 2022

 Coronavirus: Living With Covid: England Revives Plan A As Omicron Abates

England lifts COVID restrictions as omicron threat recedes

5 hours agoMost coronavirus restrictions, including mandatory face masks, have been lifted in England after Britain's government said its vaccine ...

TUNISIA News: Six Migrants Drown Off Tunisia, 30 Missing, Jan 27, 2022

 Six Migrants Drown Off Tunisia, 30 Missing

Six migrants drown, 30 missing off Tunisia's coast - The ...

6 hours agoAt least six migrants drowned, and another 30 were missing after the boat carrying them capsized off the coast of Tunisia on Thursday, ...

PFIZER COVID-19 Pill News, Jan 27, 2022

 EU drug watchdog conditionally approves Pfizer's Covid-19 pill

EU drug regulator OKs Pfizer COVID pill for high-risk patients

6 hours agoThe European Union's drug regulator on Thursday gave the green light to Pfizer Inc's antiviral COVID-19 pill for treating adults at risk of ...

EMA green lights Pfizer's COVID-19 pill | Reuters

'X PARTICLE' from the Dawn of Time Detected Inside the Large Hadron Collider, Jan 27, 2022


The particle was produced inside the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.  
The particle was produced inside the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. (Image credit: Shutterstock)

Physicists at the world's largest atom smasher have detected a mysterious, primordial particle from the dawn of time.

About 100 of the short-lived "X" particles — so named because of their unknown structures — were spotted for the first time amid trillions of other particles inside the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world's largest particle accelerator, located near Geneva at CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research). 

TIMES OF INDIA News, Jan 27, 2022

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21 hours agoFind out the views, opinions, analysis of our experts on entertainment, news, economy, science, spirituality and much more at Times of ...

THE SUN News, Jan 27, 2022

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Horoscope today, Thursday January 27: Daily guide to what ...

18 hours agoIn the world of love, looking too far ahead can cause you to see problems that ... The moon inspires you, which is great news for romance.

THE BOSTON GLOBE News, Jan 27, 2022

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2 hours agoWith deep apologies to Edgar Allan Poe. By Ivan EhlersUpdated January 27, 2022, 51 minutes ago. Ivan Ehlers. Nigh upon a midterm dreary, while campaigning, ...

UNICEF News, Jan 27, 2022

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UN assisting thousands affected by Tropical Storm Ana in ...

39 minutes agoUN teams are on the ground in Mozambique assisting thousands of people affected by Tropical Storm Ana, which made landfall in central and ...

UNESCO News, Jan 27, 2022

 Revamped UNESCO eyes potential return of US | Daily Sabah

UNESCO Artist for Peace Renaud Capu├žon, honors the ...

2 days agoJanuary 27, 2022 marks the 77th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and extermination camp.

'BURNING' Hydrogen Plasma in the World's Largest Laser Sets Fusion Records, Jan 27, 2022

The fusion reactions at the National Ignition Facility takes place at the heart of the world's most powerful laser system, which consumes about 400 MJ of energy each time it's fired.

The fusion reactions at the National Ignition Facility takes place at the heart of the world's most powerful laser system, which consumes about 400 MJ of energy each time it's fired. (Image credit: Damien Jemison)

The secret behind a record-breaking nuclear fusion experiment that spit out 10 quadrillion watts of power in a split second has been revealed: a "self-heating" — or "burning" — plasma of neutron-heavy hydrogen inside the fuel capsule used in the experiment, according to researchers.