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Monday, 28 September 2020
"India will also help all the countries in enhancing their cold chain and storage capacities for the delivery of the vaccines," he said
London's Metropolitan Police has warned demonstrators to follow social-distancing rules
Belarus, a former Soviet republic closely allied with Russia, has been rocked by mass street protests since Lukashenko's claim of a landslide victory in an Aug. 9 vote
U.S. President plans to announce conservative federal appeals court judge Amy Coney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee, and he wants her confirmed by Senate before election
Australian Prime Minister insisted that any nation that develops a Covid-19 vaccine share it universally, warning that history will be a "severe judge" if not
French police have detained a former flatmate of a man arrested over an attack with a meat cleaver that left two wounded outside the former offices of satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo
Britain will pledgea 30% increase in funding for the World Health Organization while urging reforms to the global health body
Election experts have said it might take several days after the Nov. 3 election until a winner is known as officials will need time to count mail ballots that arrive after election day
As the one million death toll looms in a pandemic that has surged around the planet, WHO said the prospect of another million deaths was not unimaginable, if countries do not come together to tackle the crisis.
Authorities said many of the locals have refused to evacuate and abandon their maturing crops even as weather forecasters predict more hot, dry and windy conditions that could fan flames
'We need to break with the present climate of distrust,' said the pontiff, who called for relaxing international sanctions as harmful to civilian populations
The new discoveries bring total confirmed cases to 34 since the first one on Sept. 10, all in wild animals, with no farm pigs affected
France's PNAT specialist anti-terror prosecution office said it had opened a probe into charges of 'attempted murder related to a terrorist enterprise" as well as 'conspiracy with terrorists'
Rights groups have long raised the alarm about Hungary detaining, refusing basic supplies like food or pushing back people arriving from Serbia. They say it runs against international humanitarian law
A group of prominent Facebook are warning that Facebook is already being used to undermine the integrity of the US presidential election and are calling for 'proper independent scrutiny' of the company
Many turned to the streets - as they did in several US cities - to call for reforms to combat racist policing
Marseille, is at the epicentre of a second wave sweeping across France. The pandemic has killed more than 31,500 people and infected nearly half a million, the second-highest in Western Europe behind Spain
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