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Italy Puts About A Quarter Of Its Population Under Quarantine Due To Coronavirus Spread

In its efforts to control the spread of coronavirus, the Italian government has effectively locked down more than a quarter of its population. At the same time, the virus outbreak in the United States has also reached Washington DC and a political convention that was attended by US president Donald...

Global Coronavirus Cases Cross 100,000 As 90 Countries Get Affected

The coronavirus continues to wreck havoc in countries outside of China.   A cruise ship that was not allowed to dock in San Francisco has now reported 21 confirmed cases of the virus, confirmed health authorities of the United States.    The total number of people infected with...

Japan: We are ready to host Olympics 2020

Japan is ready to host the Summer Olympics in July 2020 despite the outbreak of coronavirus, said Olympic Minister Seiko Hashimoto in the country's parliament on Thursday. “Cancellation or rescheduling of the Games would be unacceptable for athletes. Conditions must be prepared in which athletes...

World Bank allocates $ 12B to combat coronavirus

The World Bank (WB) has decided to allocate $ 12 billion to combat the coronavirus COVID-19, as well as to help countries cope with the negative economic consequences of the outbreak. Financial assistance will be allocated to low- and middle-income countries in the form of grants and low interest...

Fears Of Coronavirus Spreading Within Community In US After 3 New Unexplained Cases

After the reporting of three new unexplained coronavirus cases on the West Coast of the United States, there are concerns arising that the disease is now spreading within communities in the country.   No known connection to a country badly hit by the coronavirus outbreak was has been found...

Japan’s vice minister will fly to Lebanon to make case for Carlos Ghosn’s return

Will Japan’s vice minister of justice’s visit to Lebanon this weekend bring back Ghosn for facing trial over financial crimes? In a statement, Japan’s justice ministry stated, vice minister of justice Hiroyuki Yoshiie will be travelling to Lebanon this weekend so as to try and make a case against...

Compared To China, More New Coronavirus Cases Being Reported From Outside It

While Brazil reported a confirmed case of the virus infection – the first for the country and Latin America, multiple cases were reported from the Middle East and Europe.   At the same time, emergency response levels have been reduced in some parts of China with the slowing of reporting of...

EU Informs Britain That It Can’t Slacken EU Climate Goals & Carbon Pricing

Britain gears up to open its own carbon market, while the EU seems considerate yet clear that the standards set by the bloc should not be slackened if any future ties persists between both the parties. Britain needs to maintain environment standards and climate targets set by EU even if it has...

France shuts down first reactor of the country's oldest NPP

The French energy corporation EDF shut down reactor No. 1 of the oldest French nuclear power plant Fessenheim, the company’s website reports. Fessenheim NPP is located in the eponymous commune in the north-east of France near the German border and consists of two power units of 900 MW each....

Coronavirus Outbreak Delays Several Conference And Trade Deals Across The Globe

Billions of dollars are at stake due to postponed events and meeting across the globe. The coronavirus outbreak in China has curbed travel to some extent amid concerns of its spread, whereby postponing several “trade fairs and industry conferences in China and overseas” potentially affecting...
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