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US Treasury agrees on government loan term with airlines

US Treasury signed letters of intent with American, Frontier, Hawaiian, SkyWest, and Spirit under a $25bn loan programme. The United States Treasury says it has...

Kremlin calls poll allowing Putin to rule until 2036 a triumph

Kremlin says Russians had shown how much they trusted Putin with a nationwide vote that gave him right to run for two more terms. Kremlin...

American top Court rules to uphold abortion rights

American Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics, reasserting a commitment to abortion rights. It was the Supreme Court's first ruling on...

Justin Trudeau rejects call to swap Huawei executive for detainees in...

Justin Trudeau rejected a call to swap an imprisoned Huawei Technologies Co Ltd executive for two citizens held by Beijing, saying such a move...

PM Abe’s support rebounds despite ex-justice minister’s arrest

PM Shinzo Abe’s public support rebounds despite the recent arrest of his former justice minister Katsuyuki Kawai on suspicion of vote-buying. Public support for Japanese...

German federal prosecutors accuse Russia in murder of former Chechen rebel

German federal prosecutors have accused Russia of ordering murder of former Chechen rebel Tornike K. in Berlin,which strained diplomatic ties. German prosecutors accused Russia on...

Pakistani authorities to seal city areas across country

Pakistani authorities says they will re-impose strict lockdowns in selected areas of several cities from Monday night to stem quickening virus spread. Federal government said...

UK reviews distancing rule for next level of easing lockdown

UK reviewing its two-metre social distancing rule ahead of next stage lockdown easing planned for July 4, when restaurants and hairdressers could reopen. Progress in...

United States proposes sweeping new restrictions on asylum claims

United States proposes sweeping restrictions while Critics of measure say the proposed changes would 'represent the end of the asylum system as we know...

Britain should have gone into lockdown sooner

Britain’s failure to impose a nationwide lockdown to tackle the spread of Covid sooner has cost many lives, one of government’s scientific advisers said. Britain...

No evidence found against Hunter Biden,Ukraine top prosecutor says

No evidence found against Hunter Biden in an audit of thousands of old case files,Ukraine former top prosecutor Ruslan Ryaboshapka has said. An audit of...

Sri Lanka govt to reopen some tourism in August with restrictions

Sri Lanka government is planing to reopen its tourism sector on August 1 by allowing only small groups of visitors to begin with, a...

Thai govt approves $58 billion economic package to ease Pandemic impact

Thai government passed a 1.9 trillion baht ($58 billion) economic support package on Sunday to ease the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The legislation, comprising...

Dubai to allow free movement and business activities

Dubai has decided to allow free movement and business activities from Wednesday following a comprehensive analysis of health and socio-economic situation. Starting Wednesday there will...

Ireland’s new regulations requires address of incoming Travelers

Ireland’s new regulations requiring Travelers to provide the address at which they will self-isolate for 14 days will initially be in effect from May...

All private health facilities in Dubai will be able to resume

All private health facilities in Dubai will be able to resume most of their alternative medical therapies with immediate effect, except for dental and...

Portugal suspended imports of trash until the end of 2020

Portugal attracts huge mounds of rubbish from EU states because of its low waste management fees, suspended imports of trash to protect domestic landfill. “This...

Tunisian President relaxes curfew with pandemic outbreak slowing

Tunisian President Kais Saied announced a reduction of its nightly curfew hours, after three consecutive days without recording any new coronavirus cases. The North African...

Dubai Health Authority bans rapid viral testing kit

Dubai Health Authority bans rapid viral testing kit for Covid,Test found to give far too many false positives and negatives for coronavirus suspected cases. Dubai...

France tiptoed out cautiously out of Covid-19 lockdown

France tiptoed out of one of strictest lockdowns,allowing non-essential shops,factories and other businesses to reopen for the first time in eight weeks. With the world’s...

Madagascar herbal mix draws demand from across Africa

Madagascar herbal mix draws demand from across Africa despite WHO misgivings, its self-proclaimed and plant-based “cure” for coronavirus. Madagascar is putting its self-proclaimed, plant-based “cure”...

Saudi Arabia forms police unit to monitor lockdown violations

Saudi Arabia has formed a police unit to monitor violations of its coronavirus lockdown rules and has banned gatherings of more than five people. The...
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