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European Commission started new legal case against Poland over muzzling judges

European Commission started new legal case against Poland over muzzling judges

European Commission started new legal case and gave Poland two months to address concerns about controversial law introduced earlier this year. The European Union's executive...
Chinese embassy accuses Australia of 'petty tricks' in Pandemic dispute

Chinese embassy accuses Australia of ‘petty tricks’ in Pandemic dispute

Chinese embassy has accused Australia of “petty tricks” in an intensifying dispute over Canberra’s push for an international inquiry into the coronavirus. Chinese embassy says...
German pharmaceutical company begins human trials of coronavirus vaccine

German pharmaceutical company begins human trials of coronavirus vaccine

German pharmaceutical company BioNTech test comes a week after clinical trials by Oxford University scientists in the United Kingdom. German pharmaceutical company BioNTech has begun...
Catalan separatists use Covid19 crisis as a fresh motive to argue for independence

Catalan separatists use Covid19 crisis as a fresh motive to argue for independence

Catalan separatists are using Covid19 crisis as a fresh motive to argue for independence from Spain,Some says coronavirus could have caused fewer deaths. Some bluntly...
UK infants effected by new disease 'possibly linked to coronavirus'

UK infants effected by new disease ‘possibly linked to coronavirus’

UK infants are effected by a new diease,medical experts investigate possible link between coronavirus and severe inflammatory disease among infants. A rare inflammatory syndrome which...
United Arab Emirates keen to resolve labour disputes

United Arab Emirates keen to resolve labour disputes

United Arab Emirates legal departments trying and redressing complaints within a maximum of 3 days,developed a concerted plan to reorganise labour market. The Ministry of...
Former Saudi spymaster lashes out at Muslim Brotherhood

Former Saudi spymaster lashes out at Muslim Brotherhood

Former chief of the Saudi intelligence service Prince Turki Al Faisal has lashed out against the Muslim Brotherhood, accusing them of disloyalty. "They are untrustworthy....
United States to recognise annexation of occupied West Bank

United States to recognise annexation of occupied West Bank

United States has decided to recognise annexation of occupied West Bank while Palestinians have expressed outrage at Israel’s annexation plans. Palestinians reject application of Israeli...
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam sued by pastor facing fine

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam sued by pastor facing fine

Virginia church filed a federal lawsuit against Governor Northam after police threatened the pastor with jail time or fine for violating state's closures. Kevin Wilson,...
Countries from Italy to New Zealand prise open lockdowns,but UK doesn't budge

Countries from Italy to New Zealand prise open lockdowns,but UK doesn’t budge

Countries from Italy to New Zealand have announced the easing of coronavirus lockdowns but British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, back at work on Monday. Nearly...

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