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By U.S. Rep. Kendra HornMy life and countless others have been shaped by educators, by people who took the time to teach and mentor and grow potential in their students.
BEIJING (AP) — Countries began evacuating their citizens Wednesday from the Chinese city hardest-hit by a new virus that has now infected more people in China than were sickened in the country by SARS.The number of confirmed cases jumped to 5,974, surpassing the 5,327 in mainland China during the SARS outbreak in 2002-2003.The death toll rose to 132, which is still lower than the 348 people who were killed in China by SARS, or severe acute respiratory syndrome.
By Brandy McDonnellMartin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro will soon usher in a new decade of filmmaking in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Film and Music Office has officially confirmed today that production of the acclaimed trio's major motion picture “Killers of the Flower Moon” is coming soon to the Sooner State, with the eagerly awaited project set to film in Oklahoma this year, according to the news release.“We’re thrilled that this unique story will be filmed where it took place, in Osage County, and welcome the production to experience our innovative communities and imaginative people to bring this story to audiences around the world,” said Oklahoma Lt.
BANGKOK (AP) — British Airways said Wednesday it is halting all flights to China, joining several Asian carriers that are either suspending or significantly cutting back service there as fears spread about a new virus that has killed more than 130 people.Air India and South Korean budget carrier Seoul Air are also halting all flights to the country, and Indonesia’s Lion Air plans to do the same.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A family of four Chinese tourists in the United Arab Emirates on Wednesday became the first cases in the Mideast of a new Chinese virus that causes flu-like symptoms, with an Emirati doctor saying the first to fall ill only showed symptoms after over a week on vacation.Dr.