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World Health Organisation reports drop in new coronavirus infections

Some four million coronavirus cases were reported globally last week, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO), marking the first major drop in new...

Amazon brings palm-swiping technology to concert venue

Your palm could soon be your ticket into a concert. Amazon said it is bringing its palm-recognition technology to the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver...

Claire Foy wins guest actor Emmy for The Crown

Claire Foy, Courtney B Vance, Maya Rudolph and Dave Chappelle won guest actor Emmys at Sunday’s creative arts awards ceremony. On the drama series side,...

Loose The Batwings

This summer get crop top ready at home with some upper body workouts.It surely is horrid to have those batwings spill out every time...

Greece begins administering Covid-19 vaccines outside churches

Greece has begun administering vaccinations for Covid-19 outside churches as a way of encouraging more people to get the jabs. Mobile National Health Organisation units...

Japan Pulls Another 1 Million Moderna Shots After 2 People Died From Contaminated Lot

Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine was suspended in the Okinawa region of Japan on Sunday after another contamination was spotted said the local government. Foreign substances...

This One Mineral Will Change Your Life

By Deborah Thomas There has never been a better time to stay on top of your health during this coronavirus season. With the cold and...

Caribbean island’s PM in hospital after being hit by rock at protest

The prime minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines has been treated in hospital after a demonstrator threw a rock at his head during...

Belgium seizes tens of millions of counterfeit cigarettes

Belgium’s customs officers arrested 40 people on Wednesday and seized tens of millions of counterfeit cigarettes in raids targeting illegal production sites across the...

German railway: Floods caused billion-euro damage to network

Germany’s national railway operator has estimated that last week’s flooding caused damage worth 1.3 billion euros (£1.1 billion) to its network, offering another glimpse...

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