PM Modi Will Form A Common Strategy With SAARC Countries Today To Fight Against Coronavirus

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lead India in a video conferencing of SAARC nations on Sunday to chart a joint strategy to combat the corona virus. The Ministry of External Affairs gave this information. This video conference will start at 5 pm. Pakistan had also agreed to participate in this video conferencing. Prime Minister Modi on Friday proposed […]

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Russia Temporarily Suspends The Border For Italian Citizens

Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed an order to temporarily suspend the passage of Italian citizens across the Russian border. This was reported on Thursday, March 12, on the website of the Cabinet. The Cabinet Order Is Translated From The Russian To English Below GOVERNMENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION R A S P O R […]

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US Military Base In Iraq Was Hit By Rockets, 3 People Were Killed

US Military Base In Iraq Was Hit By Rockets, 3 People Were Killed

About 18 rockets attacked the US Army’s Taji Camp in Iraq, killing three and injuring 12. The attack occurred around 19:30 pm on March 11, three personnel stationed at the Taji Camp were killed, of which two Americans and one British, 12 others were injured, Sputnik quoted US officials as saying. No party has claimed […]

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Facebook Fined $529 Billion For Violating Privacy Laws In Australia

Facebook Fined $529 Billion For Violating Privacy Laws In Australia

For allegedly violating Australia’s privacy laws, Facebook is currently being sued by the Australian government for up to $ 529 billion. The lawsuit was filed in the Federal Court of Australia because the social media giant violated the privacy of Australian citizens by sharing their personal information with an app called “This is Your.” Digital […]

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Austria Recorded The First Death From nCoV

The first death from nCoV in Austria was a 69-year-old man in the capital Vienna. The fatal patient had once traveled to Italy and had acquired underlying illnesses with nCoV infection, the Vienna city government announced today. Austria has recorded 302 positive nCoV cases, of which 4 have recovered. The country is taking active measures to […]

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Chinese Experts Predict That Covid-19 Will Weaken From June

Chinese Experts Predict That Covid-19 Will Weaken From June

Chinese epidemiologist Chung Nam Son predicted Covid-19 “will weaken from June”, but warned countries should make more efforts to prevent the spread. According to Chung, although the anti-nCoV effort has shown positive results, China still needs to tighten control to prevent new cases from foreign countries from entering the country. “Most of the infections from […]

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Merkel: Up to 70% of the population can get Covid-19

The German chancellor said the population is not immunized against this new coronavirus, for which there is no therapy or vaccine yet. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Wednesday that experts believe that between 60 and 70% of the population could get the new coronavirus. In her first monographic press conference on Covid-19, the chancellor said […]

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In Mexico, 41 people injured in a metro train collision

In Mexico, 41 People Injured in a Metro Train Collision

Two trains collided in a subway in the capital of Mexico. As a result of the accident, at least one person was killed and 41 injured. The head of government of Mexico, Claudia Scheinbaum, announced this on Wednesday, March 11, on Twitter . “I was informed about the collision of two metro trains at Takubaya […]

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Black smoke was rising near the US Embassy in Tunisia. (Photo: CBS)

Tunisia Detained Five Suspects In The Bombing Before The US Embassy

The Tunisian prosecutor’s office said the authorities had arrested five people involved in two suicide bombers before the US embassy in Tunis on March 6. According to the News Agency correspondent in North Africa, on March 10, a spokesman of the Tunisian Prosecutor’s Institute said the authorities had arrested 5 subjects related to two suicide […]

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Number of nCoV Infections in the United States

The Number of nCoV Infections in the United States Exceeds 1,000

The United States recorded 312 new cases, bringing the total number of nationwide cases to 1,010, of which 31 cases were fatal. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University on Tuesday night said based on data from local and national health facilities, including the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of cases. nCoV […]

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