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Sunday, 29 November 2020
Coronavirus deaths topped 400,000 Saturday in Europe, the world's second worst-hit region, as parts of the continent began to reopen shops for the holiday season
Dozens of rallies are planned Saturday against a new French law that would restrict sharing images of police, only days after the country was shaken by footage showing officers beating and racially abusing a black man
Saifullah Paracha, a 73-year-old Pakistani with diabetes and a heart condition, had two things going for him that he didn’t have at previous hearings: a favorable legal development and the election of Joe Biden
El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras have brought criminal charges against more than 700 members of cross-border criminal organizations, primarily the MS-13 and 18th Street gangs
The result could be potential dips in reported infections that offer the illusion that the spread of the virus is easing when, in fact, the numbers say little about where the nation stands in fighting COVID-19
Russian Defence Minister said that over 2,500 soldiers had already been vaccinated, adding that by the end of the year the number is expected to reach 80,000
Germany's Robert Koch Institute recorded more than 22,000 new daily cases on Friday, pushing the country's total beyond the one million mark
The British drugmaker expects 4 million doses to be available in the country by the end of next month, and Health Secretary Matt Hancock aims for a rollout to begin before Christmas
A presidential official said on Friday that President Emmanuel Macron, too, was 'very shocked' by the images
The case shines an uncomfortable light on Tehran's international activities just as it hopes for a thaw in relations with the West as US President Trump, who pulled Washington out of the Iran nuclear deal, is due to leave office
Fighting reportedly remained well outside Mekele, a densely populated city of a half-million people who had been warned by the Ethiopian government of 'no mercy' if they didn't separate themselves from the TPLF leaders in time
With just five weeks left until the United Kingdom finally exits the EU’s orbit on Dec. 31, both sides are calling on the other to compromise to avoid a tumultuous finale to the five-year Brexit crisis
The protesters demand the resignation of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, a former junta leader who seized power in the last coup in 2014, but say they do not want him replaced by another general
They include the major cities of Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and Sheffield, with people there facing at least two weeks in the top tier
Vaccination campaigns could start in the United States as early as mid-December, assuming the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves an accelerated timetable for rollout
Thai officials declined to call it a swap and Iran referred to the men as "economic activists"
French Health Minister said the logistical aspects of the vaccination program will be detailed next week
Nationwide restrictions in England will end after a month to be replaced by a system of regional restrictions to try to stop the virus spreading from the worst-hit areas
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