Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has urged wealthy nations to donate vaccines to other countries where even front-line health care workers can't get access.
With the imminent arrival of American movie idol George Clooney, France's rose vineyards have cemented their status as a prime target for wealthy investors wading into one of the hottest sectors of the wine market.
Since she's not as worried about inflation as others in the market are, Pai said she'll be looking to pick up some of the high-growth tech names that get dumped on when inflation fears and talk of higher rates pull them down again.
The AG said it was “past time” for the community to “get some answers” on the shooting death of the 22-year-old Latino man by Vallejo police last year.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said there was no excuse for such a situation.NBC News reported children who migrated to the United States without their parents are being held on buses in a parking lot in Dallas.
Peru's polarized presidential election race is tightening further, an opinion poll showed on Friday, with socialist candidate Pedro Castillo's lead being trimmed by right-wing opponent Keiko Fujimori just weeks before the June 6 ballot. Castillo, whose sudden ascendancy has sparked jitters among investors and copper miners, was shown with 42% of the vote in a Datum International poll, one point up since the last survey. That gap is a far cry from just weeks ago when polls showed a seemingly unassailable lead for Castillo, a teacher and former union leader who has pledged to rewrite the Andean country's constitution and threatened to nationalize mineral resources.
US retail giant Target announced Friday it was suspending sales of Pokemon and other trading cards amid concerns that a buying frenzy is threatening the safety of shoppers and staff.
The associate of the Florida Republican faced 33 counts for crimes including sex trafficking of a child and wire fraud.
"The View" co-host said the Georgia congresswoman's actions toward Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez paint all Republicans as "psychotic barbarians."
Sirens wail, radio broadcasts are interrupted, cellphones beep with Red Alerts every few seconds, and warning messages flash up on TV. This has become the routine across large areas of central and southern Israel, from small towns bordering Gaza to metropolitan Tel Aviv and southern Beersheva. More than 2,000 rockets have been launched by Hamas and other armed Palestinian groups into Israel this week alone, amid the most serious fighting between Israel and Gaza militants since 2014.
"The two sides discussed the on-going situation of the country and emphasised speeding up the peace talks in Doha," the negotiating team representing the Afghan government said on Twitter. The spokesman for the Taliban's political office, Mohammad Naeem, posted a similar message on Twitter, and added that both sides agreed to continue talks after the Eid holidays. The Taliban refused to attend a Washington-backed conference in Istanbul last month that was being held in a bid to speed up peace talks.
Americans react after the top US health agency announced it was lifting mask-wearing guidance for people who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
Bikers of Libya's Mediterranean city of Benghazi, the cradle of its 2011 revolution and a one-time Islamist bastion, rev up their motors to show another side to their war-scarred country. In a cocktail of gleaming chrome and rumbling engines, dozens of heavy-duty motorbike enthusiasts in their leathers tear up the asphalt in regular parades through the streets of the wind-strewn city.
A nostalgic visit to the improv class where the "Friends" star and comedian met produced fond memories and helpful tips.
Major Christopher Warnagiris, an Iraq and Afghanistan wars veteran who currently trains senior commanders on "warfighting skills," faces multiple charges.
The coronavirus strain first linked to the Covid epidemic in India has now spread to at least 44 countries and been classified as a "variant of concern", but health authorities still know relatively little about it.
Dozens of nurses, some of them retired but back in action, enjoyed the classical music while the vaccination was still carrying on.Madrid's WiZink Centre, a venue for large sports events and concerts, opened its doors on April 9 to thousands of people who have received the COVID-19 vaccine.On Wednesday, more than 105,000 Madrid residents from 60 to 67 years old got Astrazeneca jab, according to Madrid health authorities.
"I've followed this guy for 4 years given everything and lost it all" Proud Boy Ethan Nordean wrote of former President Donald Trump.
The peclets were born to mother Pepa and father Tapo on April 16, the zoo told Reuters in an emailed statement.Native to the Gran Chaco region of South America, the Chacoan peccary is listed as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus also said the second year of the pandemic was set to be more deadly than the first, with India a huge concern as the official tally of infections crossed 24 million, and over 4,000 people died for the third straight day.WHO's top emergency expert, Mike Ryan, told the same virtual briefing in Geneva that local conditions needed to be taken into account if a country is planning to allow vaccinated people not to wear masks in public.Senior adviser Bruce Aylward said WHO was in touch with the United States about sharing vaccines with the international COVAX scheme, which distributes doses to poorer countries.
Cutting into craggy mountains, meandering through plains and eventually hitting Albania's shimmering Adriatic, the Vjosa river's untouched landscapes are a national treasure, but one that is under imminent threat.