A China Eastern passenger jet carrying 133 people has crashed in southwest China and caused a mountain fire with casualties unknown, state broadcaster CCTV reported Monday. The Boeing 737 plane crashed in the rural countryside near Wuzhou city, Guangxi region and “caused a mountain fire”, CCTV said, citing the provincial emergency management bureau. The report […]Read More
England’s relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions is risking the emergence of new, potentially more dangerous variants of the virus, scientists have warned. England lifted most of it last remaining restrictions on July 19, including mandatory mask-wearing and social distancing. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland still have some restrictions in place. U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, has previously described […]Read More
A multilateral lender, International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved policy reforms and funding package to better support low-income countries’ recovery from the pandemic-induced economic stings. In a new statement issued on Thursday, the multilateral lender said its executive board has approved a set of reforms to the Fund’s concessional lending facilities to better support Low Income Countries (LICs) […]Read More
Historic docklands and buildings in the UK city of Liverpool have been removed from the UN cultural body UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites, it announced on Wednesday. UNESCO in a statement said the World Heritage Committee, holding its 44th hybrid session in Fuzhou, decided to delete the property ‘Liverpool – Maritime Mercantile City’ (UK), […]Read More
After over a two-week stalemate, the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies, known as OPEC+, yesterday resolved to gradually add more inventory to the oil market, as Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) finally put aside their differences. With the new agreement, the oil cartel will boost supply by as […]Read More
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries on Wednesday arrived at a deal after a nearly two-week standoff over its future oil production levels, according to reports by the Wall Street Journal and Reuters. The temporary but unprecedented gridlock that began in early July saw the United Arab Emirates reject a coordinated oil production plan for the group spearheaded […]Read More
Covid infections are rapidly rising again in the U.S. and Latin America as more contagious variants spread, putting the entire region at risk, World Health Organization officials said in a briefing Wednesday. Renewed spikes in infections are also exacerbating instability and violence across several countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, officials said, noting political […]Read More
Former US president George W. Bush on Wednesday criticised the withdrawal of NATO troops from Afghanistan and said civilians were being left to be “slaughtered” by the Taliban. “Afghan women and girls are going to suffer unspeakable harm. This is a mistake… They’re just going to be left behind to be slaughtered by these very […]Read More
The next global pandemic could happen at any time and the world must start preparing for it now, said Singapore’s Senior Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam. “We don’t have the luxury of waiting for Covid to be over before we start preparing for the next pandemic, because the next pandemic can come any time,” Tharman told CNBC’s […]Read More
Haiti’s national police on Sunday announced the arrest of the suspected mastermind of the assassination of President Jovenel Moise. Recall that Moise, 53, was shot dead at his residence in Port-au-Prince in the early hours of Wednesday. His wife Martine was seriously injured and taken to Florida for treatment. Although the reasons for the attack remain unclear, […]Read More
Unknown gunmen on Tuesday assassinated President Jovenel Moise of Haiti at his private residence. A statement by the Country’s interim prime minister, Claude Joseph, said Moise was fatally wounded by the unidentified men. According to him, the attack was carried out overnight at the deceased’s private residence. “The gunmen broke into Moise’s residence at about […]Read More
European football governing body UEFA has invited Denmark international Christian Eriksen and the paramedics who helped save his life during an on-field cardiac arrest to attend the Euro 2020 final at Wembley on Sunday. Eriksen collapsed on the field at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen in the first half of Denmark’s game against Finland on June 12. CPR was administered and his heart […]Read More
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