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Harry Gregg, Manchester United and Munich hero, dies aged 87

Manchester United and Northern Ireland great, Harry Gregg, has died aged 87. The goalkeeper was a hero of the Munich air disaster, in which 23 people died and 16 survived.  Gregg returned twice to the burning aircraft, rescuing United colleagues Bobby Charlton and Dennis Viollet. In 1957, Gregg became the …

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Inside the U.S. Coronavirus Quarantine | WSJ

WSJ’s Shan Li and Stephanie Yang were quarantined for 11 days in China’s Hubei province, the epicenter of the coronavirus, before returning to the U.S. The reporters describe what life is like under a mandatory 14-day quarantine at U.S. military bases. Photo: Stephanie Yang / The Wall Street Journal More …

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How Scientists Are Trying to Develop a Coronavirus Vaccine| WSJ

Scientists racing to find a vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus are hoping a cutting-edge approach called “rapid response platforms” will quickly yield a breakthrough. WSJ’s Jason Bellini explains what these are and how they work. Photo: NIAID More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: Visit the WSJ Video Center: …

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Why the U.S. Is Vulnerable to an Iranian Cyberattack | WSJ

U.S. tensions with Iran have escalated after the assassination of Gen. Qassem Soleimani, and experts are worried about retaliatory cyberattacks. Cybersecurity expert John Hultquist and WSJ’s Dustin Volz discuss what new tactics hackers have at their disposal and whether the U.S. is prepared to defend itself. Photo illustration: Alexandra Cardinale. …

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