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Greece reimposes coronavirus restrictions after easing over Christmas holidays

The Greek government said it will tighten measures to combat the Coronavirus for a week, starting from tomorrow, Sunday, by closing hair salons, bookstores, and some other stores that were operating before Christmas. Most of the stores in Greece remained...

Corona epidemic accelerates economic recession in Turkey

The Covid-19 pandemic was not the main cause of economic problems in Turkey, but it contributed to a significant decline in the economy. The country had been grappling with currency depreciation and double-digit inflation for two years when the pandemic...

Aerial footage shows the largest iceberg drifting towards South Georgia Island

Video footage recently recorded by a British Air Force aircraft showed the largest iceberg in the world drifting towards South Georgia Island in the south of the Atlantic Ocean, where the crew of the E400M reconnaissance plane saw large...

World Economic Forum to be held in Singapore in May – WEF president

The President of the World Economic Forum, Borg Brend, said in an email today that the forum will be held in Singapore instead of Switzerland next year, as the Covid-19 pandemic will make it difficult to ensure the health...

Austria records 5,665 new cases of coronavirus within 24 hours

The Austrian Ministry of Health recorded 5,665 new cases of Coronavirus and 85 deaths within 24 hours, and the Ministry of Health stated in a statement today that the total number of Coronavirus cases reached 203,956 cases, while the...

Istanbul’s ancient mosque caught up in flames

A huge fire broke out at the "Vanikoy" ancient mosque overlooking the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul, Turkey, on Sunday, firefighters were trying, through land and sea, to extinguish the fire that devoured the wooden mosque building, in fear of...

Remains of ships sunk hundreds of years ago discovered in Utbury, Sweden

Archaeologists in Sweden have discovered the remains of small, sunken ships dating back 400 years ago, during excavations in central Gothenburg in the coastal city of Gothenburg, and in statements to the Swedish television website SVT, Dana Dalitsk, a...

The European Court of Human Rights condemns Turkey of violating the right to freedom of expression

The European Court of Human Rights has convicted Turkey of violating the right to freedom of expression of two university students who have been subjected to criminal prosecutions for a long time after they published a report on the...

G20 finance officials pledge to agree on digital services taxes this year

Financial officials in the Group of Twenty countries said today, that they are still committed to resolving disputes over digital services taxes and reaching a broad and consensus-based solution to this issue this year. Meanwhile, French Finance Minister Bruno Le...

Brazil President Bolsonaro tested positive for coronavirus

Brazilian newspaper "Atardi" confirmed that Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro underwent a fourth test for Coronavirus after he showed some symptoms, which was a positive result, but Bolsonaro said that a new test will be conducted to confirm. Bolsonaro's supporters gathered...

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British Royal Artillery fires 41 salute rounds in honor of Prince Philip

The British Royal Artillery fired 41 artillery rounds during gun salutations across the UK; In honor of the death...
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