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Russia to slip 60% autumn vaccination target

Russia may not be able to vaccinate 60% of the population against the emerging coronavirus by the autumn, noting that the pace of vaccination against the coronavirus in the country is improving during the recent period. "It is clear that...

Olympic torch relay in Tokyo to be taken off public roads

The Olympic torch will not pass through public roads in the capital, except for small areas, from July 9 to 16, in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19 among citizens. The local authorities in Japan indicated that the Olympic...

UNHCR: Severe Storms and rain derelict more than 16,000 Ethiopian refugees in Sudan

4,000 family tents out of 10,000 have been damaged, while the organization and its partners are racing against time to repair the shelters, especially with the expected intensification of storms during the rainy season, which lasts from June to...

Turning point in Pakistan, Canada relations

Canada Pakistan relationship witnesses many turning points right from the debatable KANUPP nuclear power interaction to the so-called Islamophobia in many a Western- Canadian mind. However, this relationship assumes highly positive dimensions, especially in the social sector development cooperation...

Magnitude 5 earthquake strikes Bengkulu, Indonesia

An earthquake measuring 5 on the Richter scale hit Mukomuku district in Bengkulu province in Indonesia, and no casualties or material losses have been reported so far. The quake was centered 50 kilometers southwest of Mokomoko at a depth of...

Greece offers cash reward for youngsters to get vaccinated

The Greek government will offer a pre-paid card with 150 euros to young people aged 18-25 to get at least one shot of a vaccine against Covid-19, as an incentive to increase the number of inoculations. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis presented this prepaid card during his meeting with his government...

Latin America faces severe education crisis amid epidemic

Latin America is facing an educational crisis, as it suffers from the longest school closures of any region in the world, according to UNICEF, with a period of nearly 16 months in some regions, while many students in wealthy...

Russian minister: US missiles deployment in Asia, a threat to eastern Russian region

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu stressed that the deployment of US medium-range missiles in Asia poses a threat to Russia's eastern regions. "From a military point of view, the combination of the missile strike component and anti-missile defense means can...

France to hold presidential elections in April 2022

French government sources said that it is likely that the first round of the French presidential elections will be held on the tenth of April 2022, while the second round will take place on the 24th of the same...

UNRWA launches $164 million appeal for humanitarian aid in Gaza

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) launched an appeal for humanitarian assistance and early recovery in the amount of $164 million following the hostilities in Gaza during May 2021. According...

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White House says Russia could launch attack in Ukraine ‘at any point’

The US administration said that Russia could launch an attack on Ukraine at any point, warning that the US...
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