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IMF is exploring options to support Lebanon after explosion

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is exploring all possible options for supporting Lebanon after the explosion, the head of the organization, Kristalina Georgieva, said on Thursday. “After the terrible tragedy in Lebanon, it’s time for national unity to overcome this scourge, as well as to act...

Beirut’s Warehouse Explosion Echoed In Cyprus

Help is being offered from many including erstwhile enemies, while death toll and injured numbers are expected to rise, informed Lebanese official, although official statements are still to come about the cause of the blast. Reuters reported that the warehouse explosion that shook Beirut, the...

Iran conceals real statistics on coronavirus: BBC

Iranian leaders have concealed the real statistics on infections and deaths of those infected with the novel coronavirus; the real figures are two to three times higher, the BBC Persian service reported on Monday, citing data obtained from an informed source. Thus, the BBC cites the country's "own...

No “Silver Bullet” For Covid-19 Till Now, Warns WHO

There might never be a “silver bullet” for the novel coronavirus, the World Health Organization warned on Monday, and said that there can perhaps never be a perfect vaccine for the disease. The WHO also said that a reset of strategy might be required for some countries.   So far, over than...

British Minister to visit US to discuss free trade agreement

British Foreign Trade Secretary Liz Truss will visit Washington next week to discuss a free trade agreement in the third round of negotiations, the Financial Times reported, citing informed sources. Truss is set to hold talks in Washington with US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Monday...

Turkey's parliament approves controversial social media regulation bill

The draft law obliges foreign social networks in Turkey to remove materials within 48 hours at the request of the authorities. Human rights activists are outraged by President Erdogan's response to online criticism. On Wednesday, July 29, the Turkish parliament approved a controversial bill...

Airlines ask EU and US to introduce common COVID-19 testing programs

Several airlines have asked the European Union and the United States to introduce unified testing programs for the coronavirus infection COVID-19. Such measures would help restore flights between continents, according to a letter addressed to US Vice President Mike Pence and EU Commissioner for...

US may take action on TikTok and WeChat in the coming weeks

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said that the administration is considering a series of actions regarding Chinese applications TikTok, WeChat and others, which could be taken in the coming weeks. "There are a number of administration officials who are considering the national security risk...

Macron’s Reshuffled Ministry Strategy To Battle Coronavirus Shockwave On Economy

After protests from voters, facing defeats, and taking economic blow due to the pandemic, Macron appoints new Ministry heads in three sectors. France has adopted to a “three beefed-up ministries” strategy which will affect the “finance, social affairs and the environment” sector. The said steps...

China will impose sanctions in response to Trump's decree on Hong Kong

The Chinese government condemned adoption of the Hong Kong Autonomy Act by the United States and intends to impose sanctions on some Americans and businesses. Such a statement was published on the website of the PRC Foreign Ministry. It is noted that China "to protect its legitimate interests, will...
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