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Coronavirus Deaths Near 200,000 In The US As London Risks New Curbs

Coronavirus Deaths Near 200,000

Coronavirus related deaths in the United States have soared to near 200,000. The nation’s new cases also rose in line with the one week average. The US expects one more cycle of the virus in fall and in winter before they can totally have it under control. Wisconsin surpassed the 100,000 mark in coronavirus cases showing an increase in infections ...

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UK To Consider New Restrictions Amidst Second Covid-19 Wave

UK To Consider New Restrictions

The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will spend the entire weekend considering new restrictions as the second wave hits. He is deciding whether or not to tighten the COVID-19 measures in England after saying the UK is seeing a second wave. The government is considering a ban on household mixing and reducing opening hours for pubs and restaurants. Statistics show ...

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US Envoy In Taiwan As China Carries Out Military Drills

China military drills

China said it is carrying out military drills near the Taiwan Strait to protect its sovereignty as a top US official visits Taiwan. Tensions are rising between Beijing and Washington and this visit is intended to show the US support for the island. China has over time regarded self-ruled Taiwan as a breakaway province. Many years have passed since a ...

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Will Coronavirus Vaccine Be Free From Political Interference?

Pete Buttigieg on Political Interference

Undoubtedly, the handling of coronavirus has turned political, but as the world searches for a vaccine, will it survive political interference?  Pete Buttigieg hopes the vaccine is handled medically and not politically. ‘’A safe, effective vaccine can’t come soon enough. The sooner that happens, the better chance we have of being able to get this virus. Put it under control ...

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Yoshihide Suga Elected As New Prime Minister By Japan’s Parliament

Yoshihide Suga Elected As New Prime Minister By Japan’s Parliament

A parliamentary vote on Wednesday elected Japanese ruling party leader Yoshihide Suga as prime minister. This makes him the country’s first prime minister in nearly eight years. Suga’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party used its majority vote in the powerful lower house of parliament. He came into power to lead the world’s third-largest economy as it tries to recover from the ...

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