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In Pictures: Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha amid coronavirus surge

Muslims have marked the Eid al-Adha holiday with safety measures in place as the pandemic continues to pose a threat. Large gatherings were discouraged in...

Most of South Korean warship’s crew have coronavirus

The number of infected sailors on a South Korean destroyer on an anti-piracy mission off the coast of East Africa has soared to 247...

Pandemic setback as global Covid deaths and cases rise again

Covid-19 deaths and cases are on the rise again globally in a dispiriting setback that is triggering another round of restrictions and dampening hopes...

Olympic athletes to put on own medals at Tokyo ceremonies

Athletes at the Tokyo Olympics will put their medals around their own necks to protect against spreading the coronavirus. The “very significant change” to traditional...

US Covid-19 cases on the rise again

The Covid-19 curve in the US is rising again after months of decline, with the number of new cases per day doubling over the...

Malaysia shuts vaccination centre after 200 workers test positive

Malaysia shut down a mass vaccination centre on Tuesday after more than 200 medical staff and volunteers tested positive for the coronavirus. Science Minister Khairy...

Iran reimposes virus restrictions as Delta variant spreads

Iran announced on Sunday that it is reimposing coronavirus restrictions on major cities, as the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant spurs fears...

Coronavirus infections surging in Africa’s vulnerable rural areas

A new coronavirus surge is finally penetrating Africa’s rural areas, where most people on the continent live, spreading to places that once had been...

Russia announces largest daily death toll as pandemic surges

Russian authorities have reported 652 new coronavirus deaths, the highest daily tally in the pandemic. The new record comes as Russia struggles to cope with...

Macron revives tradition of the French cheek-kiss as fear of Covid recedes

The double-cheeked embrace that was a customary greeting in France before the coronavirus pandemic saw it largely abandoned as a potential kiss of death...

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