COVID-19 pandemic ‘a long way from over,’ WHO director warns

COVID-19 pandemic ‘a long way from over,’ WHO director warns By Silke Koltrowitz and Stephanie Nebehay Reuters Posted April 12, 2021 12:29 pm 2:16 COVID-19: WHO chief calls inequitable distribution of vaccines a ‘moral outrage’ WATCH: WHO chief calls inequitable distribution of vaccines a 'moral outrage' – Mar 22, 2021 comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item on Facebook…

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This Himalayan country vaccinated 93% of its adults in 16 days

This Himalayan country vaccinated 93% of its adults in 16 days By Staff The Associated Press Posted April 12, 2021 7:51 am     Updated April 12, 2021 7:56 am 2:29 Preventing future pandemics with a universal vaccine WATCH (from April 8): Preventing future pandemics with a universal vaccine comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item on Facebook whatsapp…

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‘We’re coming to get you’: China’s critics facing threats, retaliation for activism in Canada

‘We’re coming to get you’: China’s critics facing threats, retaliation for activism in Canada By Rachel Gilmore Global News Posted April 2, 2021 7:00 am     Updated April 1, 2021 4:41 pm 0:52 Uyghur activist describes family’s disappearance WATCH: Uyghur activist describes family’s disappearance comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item on Facebook whatsapp Share this item via…

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Britain’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout hit by supply crunch in India

Britain’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout hit by supply crunch in India By Staff Reuters Posted March 18, 2021 1:08 pm 1:15 Coronavirus: Canada received ‘strong assurances’ from EU leadership on vaccine deliveries, Trudeau says WATCH ABOVE: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada has “received strong assurances” from EU leadership that Canada's vaccine deliveries would not be disrupted – Feb 2, 2021…

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Japan’s PM to travel to U.S. for first in-person summit with Biden

Japan’s PM to travel to U.S. for first in-person summit with Biden By Mari Yamaguchi The Associated Press Posted March 12, 2021 2:24 am FILE – In this Dec. 4, 2020, file photo, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga speaks during a news conference in Tokyo. Japan's government announced Friday, March 12, 2021 that Suga will travel to Washington next month…

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Health Canada says AstraZeneca vaccine safe after countries suspend use

Health Canada says AstraZeneca vaccine safe after countries suspend use By Rachael D'Amore Global News Posted March 11, 2021 6:37 pm     Updated March 11, 2021 9:26 pm 1:53 Health officials reassuring Canadians the AstraZeneca vaccine is safe WATCH: Health officials reassuring Canadians the AstraZeneca vaccine is safe comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item on Facebook whatsapp…

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7 killed in Myanmar anti-coup protests as military accused of using battle tactics

7 killed in Myanmar anti-coup protests as military accused of using battle tactics By Staff Reuters Posted March 11, 2021 2:41 am WATCH: Myanmar police flees to India after refusing to shoot civilians as military crackdown continues comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item on Facebook whatsapp Share this item via WhatsApp twitter Share this item on Twitter email…

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Rooster kills its owner with slash to the groin at cockfight

Rooster kills its owner with slash to the groin at cockfight By Josh K. Elliott Global News Posted March 2, 2021 2:34 pm The sharp spurs on the leg of the rooster is seen during a cockfighting ritual on January 14, 2014 in Kotalpur Village, Bankura, Westbengal, India. Partha Sarathi Dalal/Getty Images comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item…

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India expands its COVID-19 vaccine rollout amid rise in new cases

India expands its COVID-19 vaccine rollout amid rise in new cases By Aniruddha Ghosal The Associated Press Posted March 1, 2021 12:05 am 2:16 Experts try to understand India’s sharp drop in COVID-19 cases WATCH ABOVE: Experts try to understand India's sharp drop in COVID-19 cases – Feb 16, 2021 comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item on Facebook…

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Coronavirus may linger for years, but could change into mild annoyance: experts

Coronavirus may linger for years, but could change into mild annoyance: experts By ANIRUDDHA GHOSAL and CHRISTINA LARSON The Associated Press Posted February 14, 2021 11:53 am 1:03 Coronavirus: Canada to receive 400,000 Pfizer vaccine doses next week WATCH: Canada to receive 400,000 Pfizer vaccine doses next week comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item on Facebook whatsapp Share…

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9 dead, 140 missing after glacier breaks in northern India

9 dead, 140 missing after glacier breaks in northern India By Staff The Associated Press Posted February 7, 2021 8:36 am     Updated February 7, 2021 10:02 am 2:25 Up to 150 feared dead as Himalayan glacier breaks in India WATCH: Rescue operations were underway in northern India on Sunday after a Himalayan glacier broke, sweeping away a hydroelectric…

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India launches world’s largest COVID-19 vaccination drive

India launches world’s largest COVID-19 vaccination drive By Aniruddha Ghoshal and Sheikh Saaliq The Associated Press Posted January 16, 2021 1:09 pm     Updated January 16, 2021 1:44 pm WATCH: Sanitation worker Manish Kumar became the first person in India to be vaccinated against COVID-19 on Saturday as Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched one of the world's largest immunization…

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The super-rich are using luxury concierge services to get COVID-19 vaccine

The super-rich are using luxury concierge services to get COVID-19 vaccine By Chris Jancelewicz Global News Posted January 14, 2021 3:33 pm 1:08 Coronavirus: Trudeau opposes vaccine passports in Canada, says it would have ‘divisive impacts’ Coronavirus: Trudeau opposes vaccine passports in Canada, says it would have ‘divisive impacts’ Coronavirus: Vaccine quantity arriving in Canada to average over 1 million…

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Deadlock between Indian farmers, government continues as talks fail again

Deadlock between Indian farmers, government continues as talks fail again By Staff The Associated Press Posted January 4, 2021 11:20 am 1:07 B.C. farmers organize New Year’s Day convoy to show solidarity WATCH: B.C. farmers organize New Year's Day convoy to show solidarity comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item on Facebook whatsapp Share this item via WhatsApp twitter…

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India finds 6 cases of new coronavirus variant in travellers returning from U.K.

India finds 6 cases of new coronavirus variant in travellers returning from U.K. By Staff Reuters Posted December 29, 2020 1:50 am 2:51 Coronavirus: WHO comments on travel restrictions amid new virus variant Coronavirus: WHO comments on travel restrictions amid new virus variant comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item on Facebook whatsapp Share this item via WhatsApp twitter…

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At least 2 killed, including infant, after Cyclone Yasa makes landfall in Fiji

At least 2 killed, including infant, after Cyclone Yasa makes landfall in Fiji By Colin Packham Reuters Posted December 18, 2020 1:15 am 2:47 Cyclone Yasa: Fiji under curfew, state of disaster as storm approaches Cyclone Yasa: Fiji under curfew, state of disaster as storm approaches comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item on Facebook whatsapp Share this item…

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Here’s why farmers in India are protesting and why Canadians are concerned

Here’s why farmers in India are protesting and why Canadians are concerned By Emerald Bensadoun Global News Posted December 9, 2020 11:11 am     Updated December 9, 2020 2:05 pm 0:33 India farmer protests: Trudeau says Canada will ‘always stand up’ for peaceful protests India farmer protests: Justin Trudeau says Canada will "always stand up" for peaceful protests comments…

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Halifax community rallies in support of Indian farmers amid new agriculture laws

Halifax community rallies in support of Indian farmers amid new agriculture laws By Karla Renic Global News Posted December 3, 2020 5:03 pm A protestor is holding a sign in Halifax in solidarity with Indian farmers protesting new agriculture laws. Global News / Reynold Gregor comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item on Facebook whatsapp Share this item via…

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How world leaders from Britain to China are watching the U.S. election

How world leaders from Britain to China are watching the U.S. election By Josef Federman The Associated Press Posted October 22, 2020 2:36 am 2:46 Some Republican voters refuse to vote for Trump Some Republican voters refuse to vote for Trump comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item on Facebook whatsapp Share this item via WhatsApp twitter Share this…

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U.S., Australia, India, Japan ministers meet to discuss China’s growing power

U.S., Australia, India, Japan ministers meet to discuss China’s growing power By Mari Yamaguchi The Associated Press Posted October 5, 2020 11:53 am     Updated October 5, 2020 11:54 am 1:43 China ‘totally took us down’: former Nortel cyber-security investigator WATCH: China ‘totally took us down’: former Nortel cyber-security investigator comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item on…

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Domenico Modugno – Pasqualino Maragia’ Lyrics

Un certo Pasqualino pescatore Viveva in assoluta povertà Però sentiva sempre in fondo al cuore Qualcosa che diceva: “Un dì verrà”! E un bel dì giunse a Sorrento Una principessa indiana Sopra un grosso bastimento: La bellissima Kalì Pasqualino la guardò E Kalì s’innamorò Ed in india lo portò… Pasqualino maragià A cavallo all’elefante Con in testa un gran turbante…

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Global coronavirus cases went from 10 million to 15 million in less than a month

Global coronavirus cases went from 10 million to 15 million in less than a month By Sean Boynton Global News Posted July 22, 2020 12:05 pm 3:05 Coronavirus: Trump won’t say he’s ‘fully responsible’ for COVID-19 impact on U.S., calls it team response WATCH: U.S. President Donald Trump repeated his claim that the coronavirus would eventually “disappear.” Asked about the…

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