In Nigeria, 279 students who had been abducted by gunmen last Friday were rescued. In Myanmar, demonstrations and defiance against the new military government continue after 18 people were killed in protests last Sunday. Meanwhile, the ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi was charged with two new charges. In Russia, more than 60% of the population does not want to apply the Sputnik V vaccine and believe that COVID-19 was artificially engineered, according to a survey. In California, authorities reached an agreement for schools to resume face-to-face classes by the end of March. Automaker Volvo announced that it plans to stop selling fossil fuel-powered vehicles by 2030.
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