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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.
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
Meanwhile, Brent crude oil for September delivery advanced 1.04 dollars to close at 44.32 dollars a barrel on the London ICE Futures Exchange.
The EU 1.82 trillion euros post-pandemic recovery fund recovery fund plan will be submitted to the European Parliament for approval
The necessary extension of EU summit also showed that “enormous efforts” were required to make Europe strong again together, Maas added.
G20 ministers will discuss AI and smart cities, data flows, security in the digital economy, measurement of digital economy, and global connectivity
New Social Contract will tackle inequality, enable young people to live in dignity, ensure women equal opportunities as men, and will protect the sick, the vulnerable, and minorities
To date, 42 countries have requested to be benefited from G20 DSSI, amounting to an estimated $5.3bn of 2020 debt service to be deferred
NATO ally purchasing Russian air defence system is a threat to US and to NATO alliance,’ says congressman
Foreign Ministry denounces Turkish statements doubting Libyan demands for Egyptian support
Nelson Mandela the anti-Apartheid activist and Africa’s freedom champion, who became South Africa’s first black president
Merkel gave a negative assessment to the recent statements by Ukraine officials about the need to revise the Minsk agreements
Earlier figures showed that UK GDP plunged by 20.4 percent in April compared with the previous month, hitting the biggest monthly fall since 1997
According to a press statement released by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Cairo, the new Ambassador landed in Egypt on 3 July, upon the reopening of Cairo International Airport.
Two attackers including Qari Naqib, a member of Taliban spy agency in N. Afghanistan restive province, were killed
Almost 690 million people suffered from hunger in 2019, up by 10 million from 2018, and by nearly 60 million in five years
DNA vaccine like CoVAXIX “induce cell immunity” preparing human immune system to fight coronavirus by exposing it to a small part of the virus’ surface
Exit polls indicated a very tight race, with only a 0.8% lead for Duda in the initial tally. Two late polls however widened Duda’s lead to 2%
The U.S. state of Florida reported 15,299 new coronavirus cases Sunday, shattering not only its own previous single-day records, but also those of any other state as the pandemic continued to rage in the country. The mind-boggling number brought the total infections to 269,811 in the Sunshine State, with the death toll reaching 4,346, according …
Hagia Sophia became museum in 1934, and is now classified as UNESCO World Heritage site
Two cases of bubonic plague have been confirmed recently in the neighboring province of Khovd.
Polling stations are open in Poland from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. local time (0500 to 1900 GMT), with exit polls expected immediately after
UNFPA says if lockdown continues for 6 months, 47 million women in low- and middle-income countries may not be able to access modern contraceptives.
This resignation follows his arrest two weeks ago in DR Congo capital of Kinshasa by the judicial police and then released a few hours later
Since the signing of a peace agreement between Taliban and the United States in February, Afghan leaders have frequently demanded the Taliban to reduce violence
The two special representatives undertook a frank and in-depth exchange of views on the recent developments that have occurred along the western section of the India-China border areas.
Global public debt reaching its highest level in recorded history, at over 100 percent of global GDP, in excess of post-World War II peaks
Trump’s administration has been pushing UN to strengthen arms embargo on Iran
Missed targets have resulted in 3.5 million more HIV infections and 820,000 more AIDS-related deaths since 2015