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 China's State Council announced new laws halting the teaching of foreign curriculums in schools from kindergarten to grade nine

Pfizer jab 'can be kept in fridge for a month'

The European Union's drugs regulator has said the Pfizer Covid vaccine can now be

Biden calls for Israel-Gaza ceasefire

US President Joe Biden has voiced his support for a ceasefire after eight days

Gaza reels under Israeli strikes as violence enters second week

Israeli jets kept up a barrage of air strikes

Biden faces criticism from Democrats over Israel

 Pressure is mounting on US President Joe Biden from left-wing Democrats in Congress to change his administration's stance on

French hope bad weather won't rain off Covid-19 reopening

 With COVID-19 vaccinations accelerating and infections down, the French are looking forward to the loosening of many corona virus

UK Covid-19 restrictions eased despite variant concerns

Most of the UK takes a major step towards normality on Monday as corona virus restrictions are eased, despite

Singapore warns new virus strains infecting more children

 Singapore will shut faculties from Wednesday as authorities warned new corona virus strains just like the one first detected

Israel launches dozens of strikes in Gaza

Israel launched dozens of air strikes in Gaza and

CDC recommends masks for US schools

 Testing to identify individuals with SARS-CoV-2 infection and vaccination for teachers and staff provide additional layers of COVID-19 protection

Singapore reports highest virus cases in months

 Singapore's health ministry on Sunday preliminarily confirmed 38 locally transmitted COVID-19 cases, the highest daily number since mid-September, as

Australia sticks by plan to re-open border in mid-2022

 Australia is sticking to plans to start re-opening to the rest of the world only from the middle of

Biden expresses 'grave concern' over recent violence to Netanyahu: W House

 US President Joe Biden expressed his "grave concern" over violence in Israel and Gaza in a phone call with

Turkey eases COVID-19 restrictions but keeps many curfews

 Turkey's interior ministry on Sunday lifted a full lockdown that had ordered people to stay home to fight COVID-19

Indonesia pauses distribution of a batch of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine

 Indonesia has suspended distribution of a batch of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine to run tests for sterility and toxicity following

Kid reporter who interviewed Obama at White House dies at 23

 The student reporter who gained national acclaim when he interviewed President Barack Obama at the White House in 2009

Thousands of Colombians in anti-govt march in Madrid

Thousands of Colombians marched through central Madrid on Saturday (May 15) in support of anti-governments protests back home which

Thousands rally in N. America in solidarity with Palestinians

Thousands of pro-Palestinian demonstrators rallied in cities across North America on Saturday, calling for

UN Security Council to meet after Gaza destruction, rocket fire into Israel

French court bans pro-Palestine demo, organizers defiant

A French court on Friday upheld a police ban on a pro-Palestinian demonstration planned

Israel fires artillery into Gaza

Israel fired artillery and mounted more air strikes on

Turkey calls on Muslims to take clear stance on Gaza

Muslim countries must show a united and clear stance

UN Security Council to hold new meeting on Israel-Palestinian clashes Friday

Tunisia, Norway and China

Australia secures Moderna vaccine in rollout boost

Australia has secured 25 million doses of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine as the government

Organisation of Islamic Cooperation condemns Israel as violence flares

The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation has condemned Israel and

Indian Covid-19 variant found in 44 countries: WHO

The World Health Organization said Wednesday that a variant of Covid-19 behind the acceleration

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