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By Lizbeth Diaz MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Tijuana Country Club and its 18-hole golf course, an oasis of swaying palms and manicured lawns in the city's urban sprawl, could be set for a radical makeover as a public park under a government plan turn it over to the people. Baja California State Governor Jaime Bonilla of the ruling party Morena has proposed to convert the club's 120 acres (50 hectares) into a public recreational space for sports and culture, arguing that it is one of the few large spaces in Tijuana that can be redeveloped for that purpose, in a zone of the city with few parks
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Queen Elizabeth, the world's oldest monarch, turns 95 on Wednesday, but there will be no public celebrations of an occasion that comes just days after she bade a sad farewell to her husband of seven decades at his funeral. Prince Philip, whom Elizabeth married in 1947, died on April 9 at the age of 99.
By John Miller ZURICH (Reuters) - A German scientist studying extremely rare blood clots linked to AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine said on Tuesday Johnson & Johnson has agreed to work with him on the research after similar serious side effects emerged in recipients of its shot. Andreas Greinacher, a transfusion medicine expert at Greifswald University, announced the collaboration after the European Medicines Agency said it would add a label to J&J's vaccine warning of unusual blood clots with low platelet counts. AstraZeneca's shot has a similar warning