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International News Today | Top Headlines From November 5, 2021 •

INA News bring you the top 10 headlines to kick start your day and stay on top of the most important International news updates.

Here are the top news and stories in entertainment, sports, technology, gadgets genre from November 5, 2021 •:

1. Marília Mendonça, Brazilian singer and Latin Grammy winner, has died in a plane crash

November 5, 2021 • Mendonça’s press office confirmed her death in a statement, and said four other passengers on the flight also perished. Mendonça leaves behind a son, who will turn 2 years old next month.

2. 4 takeaways from the first week of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial

November 5, 2021 • Nearly three hours of testimony came from a video producer for a right-wing news site who filmed Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wis. Prosecutors also called two men who wanted to “protect” businesses.

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3. Items belonging to a teen who vanished in 1982 were found in a Massachusetts river

November 5, 2021 • The car and a work ID belonging to Judy Chartier, 17, were found in the Concord River, officials say. The teen previously went missing after attending a party in June 1982.

4. This 9-foot Atari video game joystick claims the record as the world’s largest

November 5, 2021 • The giant controller, created Mary Flanagan of Dartmouth College, is nearly 14 times the size of an original classic Atari joystick. It made it into the Guinness World Records 2022 as the biggest.

5. Coronavirus FAQ: It’s cold and flu season — and COVID season! How do I stay unsick?

November 5, 2021 • Last winter the number of flu cases was pretty low — likely a result of COVID precautions people were taking. Does that mean we have fewer antibodies — and a greater risk of catching something now?

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6. New coronavirus, likely from dogs, infects people in Malaysia and Haiti

November 5, 2021 • It could turn out to be the 8th coronavirus known to spread humans. Some scientists think doctors and researchers should start actively looking for this virus in patients.

7. University of Florida allows professors to testify in a voting rights case after all

November 5, 2021 • The university is reversing its decision to bar three professors from serving as expert witnesses in a case against the state. The earlier decision was seen as an infringement of free speech.

8. Dwayne Johnson vows to stop using real guns in film projects after ‘Rust’ tragedy

November 5, 2021 • The actor said his production company decided to make the switch to rubber guns after the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the Rust movie set last month.

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9. The flamingo is in the running to replace the mockingbird as Florida’s state bird

November 5, 2021 • An effort is taking flight to replace the far-ranging musical mockingbird with a bird that is more identifiable as distinctly Floridian. Contenders also include the scrub jay, osprey and white ibis.

10. After sprinting through the pandemic, Peloton’s stock hits the wall

November 5, 2021 • The company said that it will likely lose more money than it had expected in fiscal year 2022. Peloton has thrived during the pandemic, driven by people who set up places to work out at home.

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