As of Friday, the number of COVID-19 cases in Africa has reached 2,026,841, as the death toll stood at 48,681, according to the Africa CDC.
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Bobi Wine arrest on Wednesday in the eastern district of Luuka for allegedly flouting COVID-19 guidelines sparked sporadic protests in some parts Uganda
The security situation in Iraq has been improving since Iraqi security forces fully defeated the Islamic State militants across the country late in 2017.
They two sides discussed some regional issues, in particular the recent developments in eastern Mediterranean Sea and Libyan crisis, Egypt Presidency said
Drills kicked off after Egyptian vessels arrived at Russia’s Novorossiysk seaport few days following their departure from a naval base in Egypt’s Alexandria
Meanwhile, the tension between Turkey and EU members Cyprus and Greece has escalated in the past year due to their dispute over maritime rights.
Johnson said Britain needs to “upgrade capabilities across the board” to end “the era of retreat” by transforming its armed forces.
IMF chief laid out 3 key priorities: end health crisis, reinforce economic bridge to recovery, and build the foundations of a better 21st-century economy.
Throughout the Syrian crisis, Israel has carried out hundreds of airstrikes against Iranian targets in Syria and convoys transporting weapons to Hezbollah
Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, DR Congo, Nigeria, South Sudan and Yemen will each receive a share of $80m from United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund
England is currently under a month-long national lockdown until Oct. 2, the second of its kind since the coronavirus outbreak began in Britain
The rockets were fired at night and prompted the anti-missile weapons to fire back on the rockets, the source told Xinhua on condition of anonymity.
Currently, there are approximately 4,500 U.S. troops in Afghanistan and 3,000 troops in Iraq.
He made the announcement after the Peruvian Congress held a crisis session on Sunday and asked him to resign amid the social protests
Bach will visit Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike, hold talks with organizing committee, and attend a press conference with Tokyo Olympics president Yoshiro Mori
Typhoon Vamco lashed a big part of Luzon, home to approximately half of the country’s 110 million population and 70% of economic activity
Caretaker Prime Minister Hassan Diab urged people a day earlier to commit to COVID-19 lockdown measures while prioritizing people’s health over the economy.
Earlier US President Donald Trump issued an executive order banning transactions with TikTok and ByteDance after 45 days, citing national security concerns
At a time when the COVID-19 pandemic is still raging on and the world economy is tottering along, China’s steadfast promise and practice of opening-up resonate with and buoy up all those dedicated to battling the coronavirus, boosting common development and building a brighter future for humanity.
EU Commission head Ursula von der Leyen participated in a meeting last Tuesday attended by a person who yesterday tested positive for COVID-19
Xi stressed at the High-level Meeting to Commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations that “international affairs ought to be addressed through consultation among us all.”
Egyptian President called for constructive interaction among Libyan parties to hold presidential and parliamentary elections
Armenian Defense Ministry said Tuesday that it has shot down another two helicopters of Azerbaijan during the ongoing fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh region.
UN Secretary-General Guterres encouraged provision of resources to developing economies, through World Bank and other multilateral development banks
Study analyzed genetic data from over 1.7 million people, identifying 41 genetic variants linked with being left-handed, and 7 with being ambidextrous.
As the most universal, representative and authoritative international organization, the United Nations has now become the most important multilateral arena to promote peace, and address regional and global issues.
On Friday evening storm Ianos reached central Greece with rivers overflowing and the fire brigade intervening to transfer dozens of people stranded
“When peacekeeping incurs delays in the payment of contribution, those who are affected primarily are troop and police contributing countries,” he said.
The plans being drawn up will be stop short of a full national lockdown as seen in the spring when Britons were told to “stay at home”, Sky News reported.
“Change must happen now. It won’t be easy, but it must be done. We are going to work harder on this. We won’t shy away from strengthening the legislation if needed,” EU Commission VP said.