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WHO: Number of deaths from COVID-19 grows by 11% in a week worldwide

More than 4 million new cases of coronavirus have been detected worldwide over the past week, the World Health Organization (WHO) has reported. This is 5% more than in the previous week. The number of deaths in the past seven days has increased by 11% to 71,000. Overall, the number of new cases of...

Kyoto Records Earliest Date For Cherry Blossom As Global Warming Indicator

Japan and cherry blossoms have shares “long historical and cultural” links besides announcing the arrival of spring and providing inspirations to “artists and poets through the centuries”. Kyoto’s famous cherry blossoms that paints a pink landscape came into bloom on “March 26” which marks the...

Over 20 leaders call for international pandemic treaty

More than 20 politicians - among them French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel - have called for a new international treaty aimed at combating pandemics and improving preparedness. As the politicians noted in an article published in the German newspaper Frankfurter...

Suez Canal Administration allows possibility of unloading Ever Given aground

The Suez Canal Authority is preparing for a scenario to unload the stranded container ship Ever Given, the canal's head of administration Osama Rabie told Al-Arabiya TV. "We are working around the clock to move the ship, in two ways - towing and dredging," Rabie said, adding that attempts are being...

Global Cybersecurity Woes Made Worse By A New Wave Of ‘Hacktivism’

The world of hacking is being joined by a new generation of youthful hackers - many of whom are reportedly angry about the manner in which the cyber security world operates and unhappy about how tech companies are spreading propaganda on hacking.   There has been a emergence of activist...

Macron: COVID-19 vaccine rivalry a new kind of world war

Europe is facing a new type of world war over the actions of Russia and China in supplying vaccines against COVID-19, French President Emmanuel Macron said. In his view, European countries need to take measures not to depend on others for vaccines. "We are facing a new type of world war, dealing...

Sanctions On Chinese Officials Imposed By EU Over Uighurs’ Human Rights Abuses

Sanctions against four Chinese officials have been imposed by the European Union over charges of the officials being involved in human rights abuses against the mostly Muslim Uighur minority group in China.   This is the first occasion that Chinese officials have been sanctioned by the EU...

Countries Including Germany And France Resume Use Of AstraZeneca Vaccine

Following confidence building statements and measures announced by medicine regulators of the European Union and the United Kingdom about the benefits outweighing the risks of the Covid-19 vaccine from AstraZeneca, a number of EU countries including Germany and France have announced their plans to...

Bloodiest Day In Myanmar Since Military Coup On Feb. 1 With 39 Killings Of Protestors

According to an advocacy group of Myanmar, at least 22 pro-democracy protesters in the Hlaingthaya suburb of Yangon were killed by the ruling army of the country on Sunday while 16 more were shot dead by the military in other places according to the claims of the Assistance Association for...

After Reports Blood Clots Use Of AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 Vaccine Suspended In Denmark

The emergency use of the Covid-19 vaccine developed jointly by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford has been temporarily suspended by Denmark, the country said on Thursday.   This temporary suspension of the vaccine in the inoculation drive in the country was taken as a precaution “after...
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