UN appeals for 3.85 billion dollars as Yemen faces hunger crisis

UN appeals for 3.85 billion dollars as Yemen faces hunger crisis

The United Nations is calling for funding in an international donor meeting on Monday to save millions of people in Yemen from hunger.

US health regulator approves Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot vaccine

US health regulator approves Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot vaccine

Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot Covid-19 vaccine has been given formal approval by US regulators, making it the third jab available in the country.

Australia’s Victoria to ban single-use plastics by 2023

Australia’s Victoria to ban single-use plastics by 2023

The Australian state of Victoria will ban specific single-use plastics including cutlery and straws by 2023, the state’s minister for environment announced on Saturday.

US expert panel endorses approval of Johnson & Johnson Covid jab

US expert panel endorses approval of Johnson & Johnson Covid jab

An expert panel from the US Food and Drug Administration has spoken out in favor of approval of emergency use authorization for a one-dose Covid-19 vaccine developed by US drugmaker Johnson & Johnson.

President Lukashenko’s son is new head of Belarus Olympic committee

President Lukashenko’s son is new head of Belarus Olympic committee

Viktor Lukashenko, son of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, was elected the new head of the country’s National Olympic Committee (NOC) on Friday.

Merkel: Vaccine certificate will take 3 months to create

Merkel: Vaccine certificate will take 3 months to create

It will take around three months to create a Covid-19 vaccination certificate, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said, following a virtual meeting with her 26 EU counterparts.

219 pregnant women, mothers detained or arrested over Gülen links in 4 years

219 pregnant women, mothers detained or arrested over Gülen links in 4 years

A total of 219 pregnant women and women with children under six years of age were arbitrarily detained or arrested over their suspected links to the Gülen movement, which is accused by the Turkish government of masterminding a failed coup...

CIA nominee: US must prepare for long-term competition with China

CIA nominee: US must prepare for long-term competition with China

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s evolution over the past six years has been a very sharp wake-up call for the United States, US President Joe Biden’s nominee for director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) told Congress on Wednesday.

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