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The hurdles still remain, as Asia-Pacific countries are gradually easing off travel restrictions

Asia-Pacific countries including Australia, Singapore and Japan are gradually easing some international travel restrictions as coronavirus cases slow, in hopes of helping...

UK: Impromptu game of Cricket breaks out after 10pm curfew in Peckham street

Described as "sweet and exuberant moment of joy", the participants gathered by Peckham Rye Station with a bat and ball, surrounded by...

Margaret Nolan – “Goldfinger” model and the legendary British artist died @ 76

Margaret Nolan, who served as the iconic golden-plated babe portrayed in the opening sequence of "Goldfinger" -- has died.

WHO: Africa records decrease in COVID-19 cases

The number of coronavirus cases in the WHO African Region is now at 1,149,940 with 25,008 deaths. Since our last External Situation...

10,000 pound levy imposed on COVID-19 rule-breakers by Boris Johnson

On mid Saturday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said, inhabitants in England who break new rules demanding them to self-isolate if they have...

NHS and Facebook team up to call for male plasma donors ahead of second wave

The NHS is specifically focusing on enlisting male plasma donors who have lately had the COVID-19, as their blood could help save...

Trump speaking at a town hall, says COVID-19 vaccine could be weeks away

U.S. President Donald Trump at a town hall in Philadelphia hosted by ABC News, spoke of his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic,...

Zimbabwe’s nurses union call off three-month strike over payment of salaries in U.S. dollar

Earlier on Wednesday, Zimbabwe’s biggest nurses union said it was encouraging its members to end a pay strike which began in June...

Oxford COVID-19 vaccine trials has been suspended due to an unexplained illness

AstraZeneca Plc said it has halt global trials, including huge late-stage trials, of its experimental coronavirus vaccine due to an unfolded illness...

India’s COVID-19 infections overtakes Brazil as country with the second-highest hit

India’s coronavirus infections spiked past 4.2 million on Monday as it overtook Brazil to become the country with the second-worst hit cases.

“The Rock” Dwayne Johnson and his entire family is tested positive for COVID-19

Dwayne Johnson "The Rock" just shared some sombering family news … he tested positive for the COVID-19, along with everyone else in...

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi tests positive for COVID-19

Italy's former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi pledged to carry on with political activities ahead of local elections in September after testing positive...

EU contributes 400 million euros to WHO-led initiative to buy COVID-19 vaccine

The European Commission said it would assist 400 million euros ($476 million) to an initiative led by the World Health Organization to...

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US tech companies says, Facebook responsible for 94% of 69 million child sex abuse photos

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EU executives insist on tough enforcement rules in Brexit deal – Financial Times report

French President Emmanuel Macron and other EU leaders will insist on tough enforcement rules for any trade deal with Britain, warning that...

The hurdles still remain, as Asia-Pacific countries are gradually easing off travel restrictions

Asia-Pacific countries including Australia, Singapore and Japan are gradually easing some international travel restrictions as coronavirus cases slow, in hopes of helping...

UK: Impromptu game of Cricket breaks out after 10pm curfew in Peckham street

Described as "sweet and exuberant moment of joy", the participants gathered by Peckham Rye Station with a bat and ball, surrounded by...