Biden administration approves $735 million weapons sale to Israel

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  Biden administration approves $735 million weapons sale to Israel Congress was officially notified of the deal on May 5, only a week before hostilities in...

India records over 4,500 new COVID deaths in highest single-day toll

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India witnessed a marginal rise with 267,174 fresh coronavirus cases on Wednesday. However, the new infection count remained below the 300,000-mark for the third...

India battered by Cyclone Tauktae

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India was slammed on Monday by the strongest storm on record to reach its west coast, hampering authorities' response to the Covid-19 crisis in...

Gaza residents face shortage of water and medicine

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Sewage systems have been destroyed, sending fetid wastewater into the streets of Gaza City. A critical desalination plant that helped provide fresh water to...

Singapore approves jabs for 12-15 year olds

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Singapore has approved the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine for children between the ages of 12 and 15, authorities announced on Wednesday. Previously, only...

Hungary announces referendum on controversial LGBTQ law

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Prime Minister Viktor Orban calls public vote on new legislation in the wake of a legal challenge from the European Commission. Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor...

U.S. State Department advises against travel to Japan, Sri Lanka

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The U.S. State Department on Monday urged against travel to Japan and Sri Lanka due to a new wave of COVID-19 infections, saying those...

How NASA’s shuttle programme paved the way for a new era in space

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A decade after its retirement, NASA’s iconic space shuttle programme is succeeded by burgeoning commercial space crew initiatives that have built on its legacy. Ten...

Myanmar diaspora in US rally, raise funds in battle against coup

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People of Myanmar descent in US demand firmer action against military leaders’ February power grab and recognition of civilian government. New York, United States – A...

ndia’s excess deaths during pandemic up to 4.9 million: Study

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India’s excess deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic could be as high as 4.9 million, a new study shows, providing further evidence that millions more...