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Another state has joined the group of states offering incentives to residents who get vaccinated.  West Virginia will now add people to a lottery to win various prizes if they get vaccinated for COVID-19.

How much power does president Assad wield in Syria?  In a bold display of his regained power, president Assad and his wife cast ballots in the presidential election from a town where forces against Assad had their start.

Just as Memorial Day travel looms gas prices look to hit 7 year highs.  Some cause are due to continuing pandemic issues such as a shortage of truck drivers for tanker semi-trucks.  Another factor causing problems is recent panic buying after the pipeline ransomware attack.

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In this image provided by AquaBounty Technologies Inc., company CEO Sylvia Wulf, poses for a photo with processing associates Skyler Miller, back left, and Jacob Clawson with genetically modified salmon from the company's indoor aquaculture farm, Wednesday, May 26, 2021, in Albany, Ind. These are the first such altered animal to be cleared for human consumption in the United States. (AquaBounty Technologies vis AP)

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