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NATO Allies Firm: No Troops to Ukraine, Despite Russian Rebuke of Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron raised eyebrows Monday when he stated that European heads of state and Western officials who gathered in Paris on Monday discussed the prospect of sending foot soldiers into Ukraine

Saudi Arabia Emerges as Potential Mediator in Ukrainian Crisis as Zelenskyy Seeks Support

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited Saudi Arabia,...

Irving McIntyre welcomes new US ambassador Roger F Nyhus, aims to enhance cooperation

Roseau, Dominica: Dr Irving McIntyre, the Minister for...

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NATO Allies Firm: No Troops to Ukraine, Despite Russian Rebuke of Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron raised eyebrows Monday when he stated that European heads of state and Western officials who gathered in Paris on Monday discussed the prospect of sending foot soldiers into Ukraine

Saudi Arabia Emerges as Potential Mediator in Ukrainian Crisis as Zelenskyy Seeks Support

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited Saudi Arabia, seeking support in the ongoing conflict with...

Irving McIntyre welcomes new US ambassador Roger F Nyhus, aims to enhance cooperation

Roseau, Dominica: Dr Irving McIntyre, the Minister for Finance of the Commonwealth of Dominica extended...

Navalny’s Body Handed to Mother After Week-long Standoff with Russian Authorities

The handover of Navalny's remains came after prolonged resistance from Russian officials, who initially refused to release custody to his family. Navalny's spokesperson, Kira Yarmysh, confirmed the development, expressing gratitude to all who advocated for the release

Ukrainian President Confirms 31,000 Military Deaths in Two-Year War with Russia

Additionally, he acknowledged the loss of "tens of thousands of civilians" in occupied territories, emphasizing the challenges in ascertaining precise figures amidst the ongoing hostilities

COVID-19 data presented by China is not giving proper image of situation: WHO

It is highly doubtful about the COVID-19 data, which has been released by the China and the World Health Organization (WHO) recently blamed it of underplaying the pandemic's seriousness by concealing the actual nature of the situation across the nation.

India: J&K sets example in international industry of organic-pharma

The Kashmir of the Make in India campaign has spread her arms across the world, that now the products and edibles from the valley of Kashmir is now available at the stores across Germany and other European states.

Ahead of Lunar year, some Chinese cities lifts ban on fireworks after nationwide protests

Authorities in the majority of the cities across China have lifted the fireworks ban in the wake of countrywide protests and also ahead of the Lunar New Year on January 22.

Italy: Man tests positive for COVID-19, monkeypox, HIV simultaneously

First time ever in history, a 36-year-old in Italy has tested positive for the monkeypox virus, COVID-19 and HIV, local media reports have said.

Supplies of Russian-Sputnik Light COVID-19 booster shots run out amid spike in virus: Reports

Supplies of Russian-Sputnik Light COVID-19 booster shots have run out in the majority of regions as the nation once again witnessed a spike in...

EMA releases recent side effects of Novavax, Moderna, AstraZeneca against COVID-19

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has enlisted new side effects of the Novavax, Moderna and AstraZeneca vaccines against COVID-19 on Thursday.

Time spent at TV, mobile screens increases across 6-10 years old kids in pandemic: Reports

The number of hours spent looking at the screen of their television, computer, tablet or smartphone increased across all ages, but especially among children aged 6 to 10, a recent study shows.

Spain announces to ease all COVID-19 travel restrictions

People who are travelling to Spain from EU nations and the Schengen area will from today no longer required to show their Digital COVID-19 Certificate upon arrival.

Protection against COVID-19 infection offered by vaccines wears off rapidly: Reports

A recent study conducted by Sciensano public health institute shows, that, the protection against Covid-19 infection offered by the vaccines wears off rapidly.

Italy announces to keep face mask mandate on flights until June 15

Italy has made an announcement that they will keep in place the mandatory COVID-19 face mask requirement for citizens on flights to and from Italy, despite the fact that the EU will end its obligation to wear masks in airports and planes on May 16.

Amid decline in demand, Serum Institute to stop producing COVID-19 vaccines

Amid the decline in global demand, the world's largest vaccine manufacturer, the Serum Institute of India, will stop manufacturing its Covid-19 vaccines under the AstraZeneca licence.

Belgium suffers more casualties due to COVID-19 than other nations in EU, says data

The country in Western Europe has been affected by the COVID-19 infection as compared to the other nations in Europe in terms of the...

It’s ‘too early’ to administer fourth dose of COVID vaccine to general public: ECDC, EMA

It is “too early” to consider administering the fourth dose of a coronavirus vaccine to the general population, announced the Covid-19 Taskforce of the...

UK citizens, who are unvaccinated, will now able to get entry into France

The citizens in the United Kingdom who have not yet been vaccinated against the COVID-19 infection will now be able to get entry in...

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