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World - International
4/6/2021 7:31:00 PM
A senior official at Europe's medicines regulator has said there is a clear "association" between AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine and very rare blood clots in the brain, though the direct cause of the clots is still unknown

Egypt - Politics
4/6/2021 12:00:00 AM
After it was cancelled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, Egypt’s Spring Flowers Show is back again

Al-Ahram Weekly - Focus
4/2/2021 2:37:00 PM
Virtual tours have become more and more important for Egypt’s tourism sector in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic

World - Africa
4/1/2021 2:02:01 PM
African countries have reported 4.25 million coronavirus infections and 112,000 related deaths, though experts have said the actual numbers could be higher

World - International
4/1/2021 1:43:27 PM
As the weather has turned warm in recent days, Berliners have been flocking to public spaces to picnic and party, stoking concerns that the coronavirus may be spreading among younger people after schools gradually reopened

World - International
4/1/2021 11:18:43 AM
Acknowledging the challenges, Macron on Wednesday announced a three-week nationwide school closure, a month-long domestic travel ban and the creation of thousands of temporary ICU beds. He also promised personnel reinforcements

World - International
4/1/2021 10:17:56 AM
The unity between Berlin and the regions that marked the first year of the crisis is unravelling as many state premiers, facing pressure for life to get back to normal

World - International
3/31/2021 8:23:00 PM
'It is the best solution to slow down the virus,' Macron said

World - International
3/31/2021 6:26:00 PM
Earlier this week, Germany's medical regulator released new data showing a rise in reported cases of unusual kinds of blood clots in people who recently got a dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine

World - Region
3/31/2021 5:54:00 PM
Qatar last week tightened restrictions to curb the spread of the virus, including closing leisure centres and further reducing operating capacity at shopping malls and cinemas

World - International
3/30/2021 12:24:20 PM
Similar measures are already in place for trips to countries outside the European Union. The sources did not say how long the new restrictions would remain in place

World - Africa
3/30/2021 11:38:24 AM
The world's newest nation has recorded only 10,119 infections and 108 deaths from COVID-19, according to data from Africa's disease control body, but inadequate testing prevents a clear picture of the pandemic

World - Region
3/30/2021 10:01:41 AM
A government priority is to push through a debt law that would allow Kuwait to tap international markets to strengthen finances hit by low oil prices and the coronavirus pandemic

World - Region
3/30/2021 8:36:36 AM
'After the end of the quarantine period, symptoms of COVID-19 and negative PCR results, President Bashar al-Assad and Mrs. Asma al-Assad have resumed their work normally,' SANA said

World - International
3/30/2021 8:05:21 AM
The main goal of such a treaty would be to strengthen the world's resilience to future pandemics through better alert systems, data sharing, research and the production and distribution of vaccines

World - Region
3/26/2021 6:10:14 PM
The Turkish Medics Association (TTB) said the government was unable to manage the pandemic and called the current conditions in Turkey a 'social assassination'

World - International
3/26/2021 3:16:28 PM
Germany reported 21,573 new cases on Friday, compared to a daily number of 17,482 a week earlier.

World - International
3/25/2021 12:39:32 PM
Juvin, the mayor of La Garenne-Colombes in the Paris region, said hospitals risked being overwhelmed to the point where they could neither treat COVID-19 patients nor non-COVID patients

World - International
3/25/2021 11:39:31 AM
Data disputes during ongoing studies usually remain confidential but in an unusual step, the National Institutes of Health publicly called on AstraZeneca to fix the discrepancy

World - International
3/25/2021 11:36:56 AM
'Despite all the complaints, it was right to rely on the joint procurement and approval of vaccines by the European Union,' she told German lawmakers ahead of an EU summit.

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