People are fleeing Goma on all forms of transport
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People are fleeing Goma on all forms of transport
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The Philippines is expecting most of its 17 million AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine orders manufactured in Thailand to arrive this year, following a brief delay in the initial shipments.
Several electric auto startups that raised large sums from investors in the wake of Tesla's ascent are hitting potholes as they pursue next-generation vehicles.The most recent crisis occurred at Lordstown Motors, which announced Monday the sudden departure of two top executives after warning last week it needed more capital to keep operating.
India face New Zealand in the inaugural World Test Championship final on Friday in a match that could have a profound influence on cricket globally.
Former Taiwanese president Ma Ying-jeou has called on the government to listen to public opinion and allow civilian groups which have different political leanings to the ruling Democratic Progressive Party to import much-needed Covid-19 vaccines. Taiwan, which is battling a surge in cases, has struggled to secure vaccines although it has signed deals to buy 10 million doses from AstraZeneca, 5 million from Moderna and more than 4.7 million doses via the Covax Facility, which is supported by the
This Father's Day, Yahoo Esports talked to four dads in esports about balancing being a father and their professional careers.
Hong Kong’s jobless rate dropped to 6 per cent for the three-month period ending in May, as the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic appeared to ease amid falling case counts and a relaxation of social-distancing rules. The rolling figure for March to May was down 0.4 percentage points from the three-month period covering February to April, the Census and Statistics Department revealed on Thursday. Some 233,300 people were still out of work, about 14,200 fewer than in the preceding period
On the eve of Iran's presidential election, expected to hand victory to the ultraconservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi, the candidate-vetting Guardian Council insisted Thursday that "the political contest is serious".
Kevin De Bruyne scored the winner as Belgium beat Denmark 2-1 to reach the knockout stage of Euro 2020 on Thursday in Copenhagen, where fans and players showed their support for Christian Eriksen, while the Netherlands also booked a last-16 spot.
Japan's government on Thursday approved lifting Tokyo's virus emergency just over a month before the Olympics, but set new restrictions that could sharply limit fans at Games events.
Harvard business professor Rem Koning studies how bias hurts innovation. But three years ago, his research hit too close to home when his wife, suffering from a rare post childbirth condition, couldn't find treatments designed with new moms in mind.
A spiked drink, a puff of dust, missing memories, and an empty bank account.
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The Kremlin was guarded about future dialogue with Washington on Thursday, a day after the first face-to-face meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US counterpart Joe Biden.
Peru's rightwing presidential hopeful Keiko Fujimori, narrowly trailing in an unconfirmed count of votes cast on June 6, repeated fraud allegations Thursday as a review of disputed ballots held up the final result.
A reporter with a pro-Beijing newspaper in Hong Kong accused of making a false statement when accessing a government car registry has been let off the hook after prosecutors agreed to drop the charge on condition of a binding-over order. The prosecution’s decision stood in marked contrast to the justice department’s handling of a case last year involving an RTHK contributor accused of the same act, prompting Principal Magistrate Ivy Chui Yee-mei to question the difference in approach at Thursday
The Palestinian Authority said Friday it cancelled a swap deal that would have seen Israel provide it with one million Covid-19 jabs, as the doses were "about to expire".
Japan said on Thursday it will make a vaccine passport available from next month for Japanese travellers, as governments around the world experiment with ways to relaunch tourism and business trips.
Eating less red meat is standard medical advice for preventing colorectal cancer, but the way it causes cells to mutate has remained unclear, and not all experts were convinced there was a strong link.