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COP comes to Glasgow: World’s friendliest city to host key summit

Glasgow, Scotland – It was once dubbed Europe’s murder capital, but this year it was voted the world’s friendliest city.…

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Indians await WHO nod for homegrown Covaxin shot to travel abroad

Millions complain of travel struggles as the vaccine has not been recognised for international travel by several countries. Stuck in…

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The Third World Women’s Alliance: Lessons for today

In November of last year, The Washington Post reported that, nearly nine months after the onset of the coronavirus pandemic…

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Timeline: ASEAN tries to tackle Myanmar’s worsening crisis

Southeast Asian leaders have kicked off a summit without Myanmar’s top general, Min Aung Hlaing, who was barred from the…

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Indian media tycoon battles to hold on to his empire

Subhash Chandra is no stranger to corporate battles. In 1998, when his then partner Rupert Murdoch attempted to buy out…

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Ex-South Korean President Roh Tae-woo dies at 88

Key participant in the 1979 military coup won the country’s election in December 1987 that was the first move towards…

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African Union to buy up to 110 million Moderna COVID vaccines

Arrangement brokered in part by the White House which will defer delivery of some doses intended for US to facilitate…

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Petrobras’s stock rises on Bolsonaro’s privatisation comments

Monday was the second time this month that the Brazilian president mentioned privatising the state-run oil firm. State-run oil company…

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Facebook, YouTube remove Bolsonaro video over vaccine claims

Both social media platforms said the video, in which the Brazilian president made false claims, violated their policies. Facebook and…

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New Zealand hope for no grudges from Pakistan in T20 World Cup

Two sides meet for the first time after New Zealand’s last-minute pullout from tour of Pakistan. Pakistan and New Zealand…

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