Britain is unlikely to lift its stringent lockdown rules until the end of May, a leading government adviser said on Saturday, warning that the spread of the coronavirus must first slow and intense testing be introduced.
Poachers in Nepal are taking advantage of slack monitoring and sparse public movement during the Covid-19 lockdown, with the country seeing a surge in killing of wildlife under the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic.
US conglomerate 3M on Saturday rejected allegations that 200,000 face masks ordered by the city of Berlin were confiscated by US officials in Bangkok.
Al-Raya newspaper affirmed that the economic and investment file is at the top of the priorities of the government of the State of Qatar, which was confirmed by the Arab Monetary Fund ...
China on Saturday mourned the thousands of ‘martyrs’ who have died in the new coronavirus outbreak, flying the national flag at half mast throughout the country and suspending all forms of entertainment.
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The Australian government has said over 2 million people on temporary visas, including students, skilled workers, and visitors, in the country, should ‘go home’ as soon as possible ...
At least 28 ferry passengers were swept overboard in a powerful storm off the Solomon Islands, reports said Saturday, with the captain unaware he had lost anyone until the boat docked.
Rice traders have stopped signing new export contracts amid the nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus, as labour shortages and logistics disruptions have hampered the delivery of even existing contracts, industry officials said.
All major political parties in Maharashtra, including the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA), slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call for lighting candles, lamps or mobile torches tomorrow at 9pm.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson yesterday said he would continue his self-isolation after testing positive for Covid-19, following a week of staying at home and working remotely. Johnson, 55, became the most high-profile world leader to contract the virus when he announced he had tested positive last