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Tuesday, July 27, 2021 8:21 AM

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Antigenics (NASDAQ: AGEN) On Tuesday announced positive results with AG-707, an investigational therapeutic vaccine being developed to treat herpes simplex virus-2 (HSV-2), the virus that causes genital herpes, in infected patients. "I believe these data represent the first finding of their kind in genital herpes treatments--showing a vaccine, AG-707, elicits both CD4+ and CD8+ T-cell responses in humans," said David Koelle, M.D., study investigator and professor of Medicine, Laboratory Medicine and Global Health Medicine, University of Washington. Data will be presented at the International Herpes Workshop annual meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, on July 27 by study investigator, Dr. Koelle. Shares of the company shot up more than 13% in pre-market trading. 

NetSol Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTWK) announced Tuesday that the company's board of directors has authorized a share repurchase program for up to 2 million shares of the Company's common stock. The plan went into effect July 27 and is scheduled to be completed within six months.

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    • SWEET HOME, Ore. - A 73-year-old Oregon man traveled three miles in his wheelchair before hunters found him and helped rescue his 61-year-sister after their car got stuck for two nights in the snow.
    • Police said they were reported missing Wednesday after they failed to return home.
    • They stayed in their vehicle for shelter before Howard Partridge left to get help Friday.
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        • ROME - Premier Silvio Berlusconi issued an unapologetic defense of his lifestyle Friday amid the latest scandal involving his personal life, admitting that he intervened to secure the release from police custody of a 17-year-old Moroccan girl who had previously been at his villa.
        • Berlusconi, 74, denied that he had done anything inappropriate in securing the release of the Moroccan runaway nicknamed Ruby, and scoffed at press reports that portrayed their interaction as improper.
        • Saying "I love life, I love women," the Italian leader insisted he was proud of his lifestyle, which has come under scrutiny for his purported dalliances with young women and an encounter with a prostitute unveiled last year.
          • FBI asks how subway bomb defendant was radicalized Oct 29, 2021 06:05 PM

            • WASHINGTON - FBI agents who ensnared a suburban father in a terrorism sting involving a fictional subway bomb plot have turned their attention to figuring out what may have made the Pakistani-born U.S. citizen turn against his adopted country.
            • Law enforcement officials said they believe Farooque Ahmed was radicalized in the United States, becoming the latest in a string of U.S. citizens radicalized here and charged with plotting terrorist attacks.
            • FBI agents were tipped off to Ahmed in January, when a source inside the Muslim community said the 34-year-old telecommunications worker was asking around, trying to join a terrorist group and kill Americans overseas, the officials said.
              • Retired chaplains warn against 'don't ask' repeal Oct 29, 2021 06:05 PM

                • Dozens of retired military chaplains say that serving both God and the U.S. armed forces will become impossible for chaplains whose faiths consider homosexuality a sin if the "don't ask, don't tell" policy is thrown out.
                • The Pentagon, however, says chaplains' religious beliefs and their need to express them will be respected.
                • Officials at North Carolina's sprawling Fort Bragg Army post and the Armed Forces Chaplains Board did not respond to requests to interview active military chaplains about the issue.
                  • Storms crippling tsunami aid to Indonesia islands Oct 29, 2021 06:05 PM

                    • MENTAWAI ISLANDS, Indonesia - A group of private aid workers battled fierce swells and driving rain that kept most craft on shore Friday, managing to deliver food and other supplies to desperate survivors on the islands hardest hit by a tsunami that killed more than 400 people.
                    • Government agencies pulled back boats and helicopters that had been ferrying aid to the most distant corners of the Mentawai islands and instead resorted to air-dropping boxes of aid from planes.
                    • Dozens of injured survivors of the tsunami, meanwhile, languished at an overwhelmed hospital Friday.

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