Boris: Lockdown Driving Decline in Cases

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday that lockdown, not the country’s vaccine rollout, is the main reason for the decline of Covid-19 infections in Britain. “The numbers are down — of infections and hospitalizations and deaths. But it is very,


COVID-19 Cases Spike for 7 Straight Weeks

Global Covid-19 cases have continued to increase for a seventh consecutive week, with over 4.5 million new infections reported last week, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported. As of Thursday morning, the current global caseload and death toll stood at 138,021,474 and


EU Needs 800B for COVID-19 Recovery

The European Commission announced that it would borrow 800 billion euros from the capital market in current prices until 2026 to fund the European Union’s (EU) massive plan to bail out its Covid-stricken economy. A diversified funding strategy was created to ensure

Syria Rejects Chemical Weapon Accusation

The Syrian Foreign Ministry has denied an accusation by a global watchdog about the use of chemical weapons against the population in the country’s northwestern region. In a statement on Wednesday, the Ministry slammed the “misleading” report by the Organization for the

US Minorities Urged to Unite against Racism

Leaders of advocacy groups and Congress members have urged minority communities in the US to unite in the fight against racism, xenophobia and other social injustices. All civil rights organisations have to join together to stamp out constantly and be vigilant against

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