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Australia looks to roll out Covid-19 booster shots soon as curbs ease

Australia looks to roll out Covid-19 booster shots soon as curbs ease

Australian officials plan to roll out Covid-19 booster shots soon to prevent a resurgence of cases, as residents in the two largest cities of Sydney and Melbourne begin to enjoy more freedoms after months-long curbs.

Halyna remembered as police probe Baldwin shooting

Halyna remembered as police probe Baldwin shooting

The crew was setting up a difficult shot during filming on the New Mexico set of Rust, and the movie’s cinematographer, Halyna Hutchins, wasn’t quite satisfied.

Colombia’s most-wanted drug lord captured

Colombia’s most-wanted drug lord captured

Colombia’s most-wanted drug trafficker “Otoniel” has been captured, officials said yesterday, a major victory for the government of the world’s top cocaine exporter.

Mexico hunts for missing children of ‘Dirty War’

Mexico hunts for missing children of ‘Dirty War’

Decades after his sister disappeared during the political repression of Mexico’s “Dirty War,” Roberto Martinez hopes to finally meet the child he believes she gave birth to while held captive.

Bollywood stars, Indian celebrities launch NFTs amid global craze

Bollywood stars, Indian celebrities launch NFTs amid global craze

Indian celebrities from the world of Bollywood and cricket are increasingly launching digital memorabilia through non-fungible tokens (NFT), hoping to rake in thousands of dollars by cashing in on growing interest in such assets.

Man shot dead by troops in Kashmir

Man shot dead by troops in Kashmir

Indian paramilitaries shot dead a civilian in Kashmir yesterday, residents said, as authorities tightened security across the territory for a visit by a top Indian minister.

Ugandan police say deadly blast ‘act of domestic terror’

Ugandan police say deadly blast ‘act of domestic terror’

Ugandan police said yesterday that a deadly explosion that killed one person and injured three others at a roadside eatery in the capital Kampala was an “act of domestic terror”.

Ethiopia launches air strike on Tigray's 'western front'

Ethiopia launches air strike on Tigray's 'western front'

Ethiopia's military launched an air strike on a rebel-held facility in Tigray's west on Sunday, a government official said, the seventh aerial bombardment in the war-hit region in a week.

Fire blazes cargo ship containers off British Columbia

Fire blazes cargo ship containers off British Columbia

A fire broke out on Saturday on containers on a cargo ship carrying mining chemicals off British Columbia, and the Canadian Coast Guard said it is working with the US Coast Guard to assess the situation, including environmental hazards.

Former athletics world medallist Quinonez shot dead

Former athletics world medallist Quinonez shot dead

Ecuadorian Olympic sprinter Alex Quinonez was shot dead in the port city of Guayaquil, authorities announced, sparking a nationwide state of emergency beginning Monday in a bid to track down his killers.

As outbreak worsens, Covid-19 cases in eastern Europe near 20mn

As outbreak worsens, Covid-19 cases in eastern Europe near 20mn

Coronavirus cases in eastern Europe will soon surpass 20 million, according to a Reuters tally on Sunday, as the region grapples with its worst outbreak since the pandemic started and inoculation efforts lag.

Colombia's most-wanted drug lord 'Otoniel' captured

Colombia's most-wanted drug lord 'Otoniel' captured

Colombia's most-wanted drug trafficker "Otoniel" has been captured, officials said Saturday, a major victory for the government of the world's top cocaine exporter.

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