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New Yorkers owe more than $1B in rent due to COVID-19 pandemic

New Yorkers renting flats in the city have owed more than $1 billion in rent since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. This was reported by The Wall Street Journal, citing a study conducted by the group Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP). The study focused on New York City buildings...

France agrees to vaccination, but vaccines are scarce

A curfew has been in imposed in France since Saturday. Due to the emergence of new, more dangerous COVID-19 variant, internal and external borders are closed. Mass vaccination remains the government's main hope. No matter what the government is trying to do, the incidence rate is rising - France...

Germany blocks the world's largest darknet trading site

German law enforcers shut down and disconnected the world's allegedly largest darknet trading platform from its servers, according to Bild. The illegal DarkMarket trading platform had nearly 500,000 users and more than 2,400 sellers. At least 320,000 transactions went through the platform, with...

US President Trump’s Account Permanently Suspended By Twitter Over 'Incitement Of Violence' Risk

The twitter account of United States President Donald Trump has been permanently suspended by the social media company because of the risk of further incitement of violence after the US Capitol was stormed by his supporters last week, the social media company has said.   There were more than...

WHO: New strain of coronavirus found in 40 countries

Cases of infection with a new strain of coronavirus, detected in mid-December in the UK, were identified in 40 other countries. This is reported by the World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO report indicates that as of January 5 the "UK" variant of the coronavirus "has been detected in a small...

Study: Sales of nano-apartments are growing in Hong Kong

Hong Kong's real estate market, known as the most expensive housing market in the world, is being taken over by nano-apartments. This is reported by Bloomberg, citing a study by the Liber Research Community. Experts found that in 2019, one in eight apartments (12.9 percent) for sale in Hong Kong...

More Deaths Than Births Occurred In South Korea In 2020 Raising Alarm

There were more deaths occurring in 2020 in South Korea than birth for the first time in its history.   This data has raised concerns and alarm within the country which already has the lowest birth rate in the world with the implication that the average age of the general population is...

U.S. FAA Alters Rules Allowing Commercial Drone Usage At Night And Over People

Remote ID keys to act as “a digital license plate for drones”. The Federal Aviation Administration, in short FAA, of the United States informed that small drones are likely to be permitted to fly at night over people whereby marking a significant advancement towards “widespread commercial” drone...

UK rolls out AstraOxford COVID vaccine after world-first approval

The “UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency” gave its approval for Oxford/AstraZenca vaccine whereby vindicating the step towards essential “mass immunisations” across the globe. Britain created history as it became the world’s “first country” to provide approval for “Oxford...

RBI’s Human Rights And Environment Proposal Leaves The Country ‘Divisive’

Swiss population create history as regional difference overshadows popular support. Recently, on a national vote, the proposal on human rights and environment was rejected by Swiss population owing to “regional differences”, although it had acquired “majority of popular support” which left the...
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