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Djokovic doesn't see any reason to panic. He didn't feel he did much wrong earlier this month at Indian Wells, where he was beaten by in the third round by clever German veteran Philipp Kohlschreiber. Here in Miami, Djokovic said, "I thought I played well today and throughout this entire tournament. Just one, two, three sluggish games, that's what happened."

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After working as part of the editorial team for Medical News Today, Markus wrote a large body of medical information articles for our Knowledge Center. He has since worked independently and has now joined a small publishing company to work for clients such as the World Health Organization. Based in Edinburgh, he has qualifications in medical science and science communication, and enjoys photography.

The release of new data comes after a USA TODAY Network New York article on Friday that quoted experts saying New York should be more forthcoming with information about who the coronavirus is impacting and where.

Thanks to decades of space research, understanding of extraterrestrial life has come a long way since Welles' radio play, and it's generally understood that Mars isn't home to an advanced alien civilization with lethal weaponry and spacecraft. Public fascination with extraterrestrials still runs high; however, a modern announcement about alien creatures would likely spur a very different response today than "The War of the Worlds" did in 1938, experts told Live Science. [9 Strange, Scientific Excuses for Why We Haven't Found Aliens Yet]

Editor's note: This article was corrected to note that Orson Welles did not play the announcer in the radio broadcast (Welles performed as the narrator and as the character Professor Richard Pierson).


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