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  1. Shannon Courtenay beats Ebanie Bridges in hard fought world title bout

    Shannon Courtenay beats Ebanie Bridges in hard fought world title bout

    Brave Aussie star suffers gruesome eye injury as boxing world lauds world title epic.
    Courtenay was embroiled in a fiery dispute with Bridges ahead of their world title fight, but Britain's bantamweight had the final word, securing a unanimous decision with scores of 97-94, 98-92 and 98-92.
    Aussie boxing sensation Ebanie Bridges kept her promise by weighing in wearing “sexy lingerie” for her world title fight with England’s Shannon Courtenay.

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  1. Egypt mummies pass through Cairo in ancient rulers' parade

    Downtown Cairo came to a near standstill Saturday night as 22 mummies were moved from a museum where they had resided for more than a century to a new home, transported atop custom-made vehicles in a glittering, meticulously planned procession.

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    Egypt parades 22 royal mummies through Cairo in 'unique global event'
  2. Pfizer says jab 100% effective in 12- to 15-year-olds

    Pfizer and BioNTech said on Wednesday their COVID-19 vaccine was safe and effective and produced robust antibody responses in 12- to 15-year olds, paving the way for them to seek U.S. emergency use authorization in weeks.

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    Pfizer says jab 100% effective in 12- to 15-year-olds