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Foreign Policy22 days ago
Japan calls on US to impose restrictions on US troops after virus surge
Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi has urged the US to impose restrictions on the troops stationed in Japan amid a spread of COVID-19 cases among the US military personnel.
Japan calls on US to impose restrictions on US troops after virus surge
Societyone month ago
Omicron cancels thousands of Christmas flights worldwide
Millions of people have faced travel disruption over Christmas after airline companies have cancelled thousands of flights worldwide as the surging Omicron variant creates greater uncertainty and misery for holiday travelers.
Omicron cancels thousands of Christmas flights worldwide
Societyone month ago
Booster programs will prolong COVID pandemic, not end it, WHO chief warns
Blanket vaccine booster programs are likely to prolong the COVID-19 pandemic, as inequity in access to jabs could lead to more mutated variants that drag out the crisis, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) warns.
Booster programs will prolong COVID pandemic, not end it, WHO chief warns
Iran Coronaone month ago
Iran has no city in COVID-19 high-risk red zone
No city in Iran has been in the COVID-19 high-risk red zone during the past 24 hours, the country's Health Ministry and Medical Education said on Saturday.
Iran has no city in COVID-19 high-risk red zone
France2 months ago
France says open to autonomy for Guadeloupe after unrest
France says it is willing to discuss autonomy for its Caribbean territory of Guadeloupe if it is in the interests of the people who live there following days of protests on the island.
France says open to autonomy for Guadeloupe after unrest
EU2 months ago
Europe hits highest Covid cases since start of pandemic: WHO
Europe has once again become the epicenter of the Covid-19 pandemic, with a high jump in new deaths compared to the last week, according to the WHO.
Europe hits highest Covid cases since start of pandemic: WHO
Society3 months ago
Schools in England struggle to cope as Covid wreaks havoc
Schools in England affected by high numbers of Covid-19 cases among staff and students have been forced to re-wear masks and send whole-year groups home to study online.
Schools in England struggle to cope as Covid wreaks havoc
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