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New Zealand set a 90-percent vaccination target Friday for scrapping lockdowns as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern unveiled a plan to open up despite the stubborn grip of the Delta variant.
Iranian worshippers gather at a mosque in the capital Tehran to perform Friday prayers for the first time in 20 months, after authorities eased restrictions put in place to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
Only half of the private clinics in Hong Kong that want to provide specialised medical services have applied for a licence to do so, the regulator responsible for overseeing them has revealed. According to government statistics, 167 provisional and 43 full licences for day procedure centres were issued by the end of September, with 37 applications pending, accounting for only half of the 400 to 500 centres estimated by the Department of Health when they laid out the ordinance. During the same pe
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki showed no sign of backing down in Brussels
India's monetary policy committee sees the need for continued policy accommodation as the economic recovery remains fragile, with the rise of inflation less steep than expected, minutes of the October meeting showed. The Reserve Bank of India's MPC left key rates unchanged at record lows earlier in the month and calmed nerves over stimulus withdrawal for now. "It is felt that continued monetary support is necessary as the economic recovery process even now is delicately poised and growth is yet to take firmer roots," Governor Shaktikanta Das wrote in the minutes released on Friday.
Pyongyang said tests were not aimed at the US and carried out for ‘defence of the country’
China’s development of its nuclear arsenal could further intensify an already acute arms race in Asia
A police officer who wanted to free his bicycle from its lock, but had lost its key, told police it had been stolen.
The Golden Mile Complex was gazetted as a conserved building on 22 October 2021, a year after the URA had proposed to do so.
Thousands of young climate activists massed in Berlin on Friday to press the likely successors to outgoing chancellor Angela Merkel's government to do more to slash dangerous emissions.
When writer Kaoutar Harchi was a little girl growing up in Strasbourg two decades ago, her teacher gave her a book with the inscription, "To my little Arab".
But official says Taliban was working hard to provide jobs to Afghans ‘so they don’t need to leave’
Moscow, the capital of Europe's worst Covid-hit nation, will shut non-essential services between October 28 and November 7 as deaths soar and vaccination rates stall in the country, the city's mayor said Thursday.
A year and a half after closing its doors because of Covid-19 restrictions, the famous Parisian cabaret Crazy Horse is reopening with its "Totally Crazy" show and its dancers are eager to get back on stage.
Emergency crews in Eswatini help people who were injured during pro-democracy protests, in which at least one person died and 80 others were injured. Eswatini security forces used live ammunition to break up a pro-democracy protest by nurses, shooting at least 30 of them, their union says.
US President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron discussed strengthening European defenses in a telephone call Friday, the White House said, as Washington seeks to mend ties after a bitter row over submarine contracts.
Londoners react to the news that 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth II has spent a night in hospital after undergoing "tests", as questions mount over her health.
Though equality may be a distant reality for many women in Iraq, in Halabja, women have reached top levels of local government in posts where public affairs have long been dominated by a handful of men. Municipal director and university president are some of the senior posts held by women in the city of around 115,000 inhabitants.
Almost overnight, Japan has become a stunning, and somewhat mysterious, coronavirus success story
Hollywood star Alec Baldwin said his "heart is broken" Friday after he fatally shot a cinematographer with a prop gun on the set of a Western he was filming about an accidental killing.