Also on Saturday, 933 COVID-19 patients were cured and discharged from hospitals, raising the total number of recoveries in the country to 32,903.
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AU has urged for the necessity of reaching a fair and binding agreement on filling and operation of GERD within a comprehensive deal
Naval drills focused on methods of cooperation to implement combat missions against hostile naval formations and engaging with surface and air targets
Mursal called on President Mohamed Farmajo to appoint a new PM to replace Hassan Ali Khaire and lead the country to hold universal suffrage elections in 2020-2021
Named MOxAd-Tech, the textile coronavirus mask “successfully passed the tests carried out by the Joao Lobo Antunes Institute of Molecular Medicine
Earlier in July, Pakistan’s army said terrorists targeted security personnel in Panjgur area of Balochistan, killing 3 personnels and injuring 8 others.
Southern Africa region is the most affected area in terms of confirmed cases, followed by Northern Africa and Western Africa, the Africa CDC said
According to the statement, 597,140 people in Russia have recovered so far, including 8,366 over the past day.
Torbjorn Ros, the officer on duty in Sweden Bergslagen police region, said incident was “not a traffic accident,” and driver intentionally drove over people
United Nations and its humanitarian partners in Burkina Faso are seeking $424m to address the humanitarian response needs of 2.2 million people overall
It is the 16th consecutive day for Egypt’s COVID-19 daily infections to fall below 1,000, as record 1,774 infections were seen on June 19.
Initial information indicated that the rockets were launched from the al-Dainiyah area in the neighboring Diyala province, the Iraqi JOC said
Some of Namibian food that Buys is giving lessons are wild game steaks including kudu, oryx, springbok, eland and ostrich), kapana, fat cakes, roosterbrood
One Kenyan police officer was killed and three others injured in the Shabab attack on the border patrol unit camp at around 6:45 p.m.
Taliban launched massive attacks on security checkpoints in Taghri area, triggering heavy fighting during which airstrikes killed 27 militants
Along with Tokyo, some other urban areas in Japan have seen sharp increases of infections since a nationwide state of emergency was lifted in late May.
Palestinian leader briefed Solberg on latest developments in Palestine, and the consequences of Israeli annexation plan of portions of occupied West Bank
West Texas Intermediate for September delivery settled at $41.07 a barrel, while Brent crude oil for September delivery was down to close at $43.31 a barrel
It is the 15th consecutive day for Egypt’s COVID-19 daily infections to fall below 1,000, as a record 1,774 infections were seen on June 19.
A total of 1,909 prisoners were released upon a presidential pardon in the wake of July 23 Revolution, while 221 others were released conditionally
US President Donald Trump resumed his press briefing on the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, admitting that the situation in the country will “get worse
A temporary basic income would give workers who are not covered by social protection the means to buy food and pay for health and education expenses
Tunisia has started to witness terrorist acts since 2011, leaving dozens of security and military agents, civilians and foreign tourists killed
US crude oil imports and exports both increased during the week ending July 17, the US Energy Information Administration
Africa CDC in its latest situation update issued on Wednesday said that the number of deaths related to the pandemic rose to 15,726 as of Wednesday.
Intelligence was later confirmed by aerial surveillance missions, leading to the air bombardment on the armed bandits location in northwest Nigeria
Waymo will now work exclusively with FCA for development and testing of class 1-3 light commercial vehicles for commercial delivery customers
The results showed that people who sleep less than four hours or more than 10 hours at night have higher levels of amyloid-beta deposition
As of 9:15 a.m., Tokyo 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average lost 43.97 points, or 0.19 percent, from Tuesday to 22,840.25.
The researchers found a rapid drop in COVID-19 antibodies – the immune system proteins that help stop viruses from infecting cells in the body