United Kingdom has made a massive order of about 250,000 courses for the newly established antiviral Covid pill by Pfizer for treatment of coronavirus infection.
The Aukus pact, in place of the submarine deal comprising of conventional submarines, would be the biggest defense partnership by Australia with any country in several decades.
In the region of Africa, less than one out of every 10 healthcare workers have been able to get fully vaccinated, as compared to the ratio of eight in 10 in developed nations globally.
Just a few days before the opening of COP26 in Glasgow, the emissions gap report was released, which contains scientific data on climate change, and provides another thundering wake-up call.
Sudan’s military forces have recently dissolved the civilian rule, along with making arrests of multiple political leaders, and a state of emergency has been declared across the country.
The newly appointed chief economist of the Bank of England has issued a public warning that the inflation rate is likely to surpass 5% by the first quarter of next year.
The cache of numerous comments with the latest draft of COP26 document leak has been released to the United Kingdom’s team of Greenpeace comprising of investigative journalists.
It was reported that North Korean military forces have recently fired submarine-launched ballistic missiles into the waters near the coastline of Japan: Military of South Korea claimed.
China publicly denied reports of testing for a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile in the early months of this year and insisted that it was a routine check of spacecraft by the military forces.
The suicide bombing attack comprised of three separate bombs, detonated through a remote device, one near the entrance of the mosque, two others were blasted inside the main building.