Texas bakery gives away thousands of dollars in groceries to help those hardest hit by stormsThe owners of a local bakery in Austin, Texas, are helping their community dig out from the devastating winter storms that struck last week by donating thousands of dollars' worth of food to those in need.

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Hebrew University finds first evidence of delayed radio flares after star is destroyed by black holeA team of researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has discovered the first evidence of radio flares emitted only long after a star is destroyed by a black hole.

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Ukraine to disconnect from Russia and Belarus’ power systems by end of 2023The Ukrainian government had previously talked about the need to disconnect from the unified power system with Russia and Belarus and integrate into the European one

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The Florida official who set up a vaccine site for affluent ZIP codes and created a VIP list is under investigation, sheriff's office saysA Florida sheriff's office is investigating whether a Manatee County official broke the law when she organized a Covid-19 vaccine drive limited to two of the county's most affluent ZIP codes.

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12 Japanese firms will end business deals involving Uighur forced laborAll, except Panasonic Corp., which declined to comment, either denied directly doing business with firms suspected of benefiting from forced labor or said they couldn't verify the claims.

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