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President notes Egypt is undertaking ongoing clinical trials to find vaccine for coronavirus
Officers, who were at the scene, charged with aiding, abetting second-degree murder
Protests held outside White House and in many major cities nationwide
Death of African-American civilian at hands of police causes outrage across country
US President underlines willingness to use military if state leaders do not toughen up on anti-police brutality protests
Rafaela Valenzuela, the Spanish government delegate in Cordoba, criticized the Belgian prince and others at the party, saying they were “completely irresponsible.”
Trump even argued in an interview with Reuters that China’s handling of the novel coronavirus is proof that Beijing “will do anything they can” to ensure he loses his campaign for re-election.
‘The man who died at the police’s hands deserves justice,’ says Jacob Frey
As of Saturday morning, 240,161 people have tested positive for the COVID-19 in the UK
He said experts throughout the government have been evaluating 100 vaccine candidates. Among them, 14 vaccine candidates are showing promise.
There have been growing calls for further easing the restrictions to level three, which allows more businesses to reopen. At Friday’s meeting, Ramaphosa reiterated that the progression to level three must be accompanied by the crucial, non-negotiable and practical interventions in the country’s coronavirus prevention toolbox
Ukraine commemorates 8 May as a Remembrance and Reconciliation Day. This day marked the end of Nazism in Europe.
Many attacks against healthcare workers have been reported over past 5 years
The total infections in the US now stands at 1,322,163, with 78,616 fatalities. Spain followed in second place, with the total number of confirmed cases standing at 260,117 and 26,299 fatalities.
Syndrome features overlap with Kawasaki Disease and Toxic Shock Syndrome, including persistent fever, abdominal symptoms, rash and even cardiovascular changes requiring intensive care
To contain the spread of the invisible virus, China has sacrificed too much. And now China is trying its best to help other countries to defeat the pandemic.
Trials are researching effectiveness of COVID-19 mRNA vaccine
Newsom outlined a four-stage plan to reopen state’s economy as he faces increasing pressure from public and local officials to ease coronavirus restrictions
Switzerland introduced a semi-lockdown policy on March 16, allowing only essential businesses like food markets and pharmacies to operate
Ecuador to relax government-imposed quarantine starting Monday, transitioning to social distancing to reactivate the production and commercial sectors
UAE develops Covid-19 treatment that involves stem cell transplantation
The total number of confirmed cases in the country has climbed to 122,392, while the death toll surged to 3,258, the minister tweeted. Turkey conducted 41,431 tests for the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of tests carried out to 1,075,048, he added
Euro rose to 1.0951 US dollars from 1.0870 US dollar in the previous session, and the British pound rose to 1.2599 dollars from 1.2450 US dollars in the previous session
Economic output in US is expected to fall 4.6%. GDP would decrease by 4.2% in Brazil, 3.4% in Russia and South Africa. Japan would experience 3.3% recession
Analysts say that Kim Jong Un sister, Kim Yo Jong, is most suited to succeed her brother should anything happen to him
Boris Johnson, returned to work Monday after recovering from COVID-19, which had left him severely ill in intensive care during peak of UK’s coronavirus outbreak
The daily average number of coronavirus tests in Israel has dropped to 9,000 in the past 3 days, after reaching a daily peak of 13,342 on April 20.
Vaccination should continue to be offered to save lives: WHO
WFP Executive Director David Beasley has told the UN Security Council that there are 135 million people already facing crisis levels of hunger or worse. This is coupled with an additional 130 million people worldwide who are on the edge of starvation prompted by the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
It was reported that the Egyptian national had likely entered Spain illegally, and was hiding in a rented apartment.