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Britain reports 42,408 new COVID cases, 195 deaths
Britain on Thursday reported 42,408 new COVID-19 cases and a further 195 deaths from the disease, government figures showed on Thursday.
Reported cases have now risen for four days in a row, but cases over the last seven days are down 12% compared to the previous seven.
Ukraine invasion may be start of ‘third world war’, says George Soros
Veteran philanthropist tells World Economic Forum civilisation ‘may not survive’ what is coming
China warns ‘irretrievable consequences’, ‘unbearable price’ amid US’ Taiwan remarks swings
The Chinese Foreign Ministry on Tuesday warned the US against playing with words on the one-China principle and irretrievable consequences for the China-US relations, stressing ...
Russia and China Held Military Exercise in East Asia as Biden Visited
The coordinated bomber flights were the first training activity the two nations had done together since President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia ordered the invasion of Ukraine.
California parents could soon sue for social media addiction
California could soon hold social media companies responsible for harming children who have become addicted to their products, permitting parents to sue platforms like Instagram...
World Economic Forum Panelist Demands 'Recalibration' Of Free Speech.
Australian e Safety Commissioner Julie Inman called for a "recalibration" of free speech while speaking on a panel during the opening day of the World Economic Forum.
Russian rouble become the world's best-performing currency, the highest exchange rate in four years
The Russian rouble strengthened to levels not seen since March 2018 against the dollar on Tuesday, boosted by export-focused companies selling foreign currency to pay taxes and ...
Iraqi arrested in plot to kill ex-president Bush
An Iraqi man who sought political asylum in the United States plotted to kill former president George W. Bush, the Justice Department said Tuesday.
‘We have to make peace with nature’
A portable solar generator in a black case, and an eggplant grown in organic soil, were among the diverse items that a group of young climate leaders in Jakarta shared with the ...
21 killed in latest police raid on Rio favela
An anti-crime operation in a Rio de Janeiro slum left 21 people dead Tuesday, officials said, a year after the bloodiest-ever favela raid in the city's history.
Slovenia, Czech Republic register first monkeypox cases
During the past few days, several European and North American countries have reported cases of the rare virus.
Indigenous Guatemalan woman freed after 7 years in Mexican prison
Juana Alonzo Santizo said she was tortured and forced to sign a confession in Spanish, a language she does not speak.
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