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The Philippines’ largest TV network has refused to renew its license

MANILA, Philippines-Philippine legislators voted on Friday to reject the license renewal of the country’s largest television network. The TV station is one of the important news organizations repeatedly threatened by the President, a move that shut down a major news provider during the coronavirus pandemic. Coronavirus on Philippine land is locked after violators are placed in dog cages The House …

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5 things to know on July 10: Coronavirus, SCOTUS, China, police, Seoul

This is what you need to know Start around the clock. (You can also send “5 things you need to know today” to your inbox every day. Register here.) 1. Coronavirus Covid-19 cases reported in the United States hit a record high every day, and were 60,646 yesterday. If the numbers are not enough, then health experts and local leaders …

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WHO Director Tedros slammed “lack of leadership” and called for global solidarity as global coronavirus cases increase

“My friends, don’t get me wrong: the biggest threat we face now is not the virus itself,” Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in a passionate speech in Geneva on Thursday. “Instead, this is the reason for the lack of leadership and solidarity at the global and national levels.” His intervention will be seen as an understatement of leaders including US President …

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WHO: Coronavirus may be airborne and may float more than 6 feet indoors

The World Health Organization admitted for the first time on Thursday that coronaviruses may be spread by aerosols, which can stay a few feet in the air. Previously, this airborne route was only approved by WHO in hospitals, where aerosol-generating procedures such as intubation and resuscitation occurred. Previously, the World Health Organization insisted that the virus is generally transmitted from …

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Coronavirus cases increase by 60,565 in a single day

On July 9, 2020, a man wearing a protective mask walks beside a mural in the Harlem district of New York City. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (Reuters)-According to Reuters statistics, the United States reported at least 60,565 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, setting a new record and increasing the number of infections by at least 60,000 cases for the second consecutive …

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Congress pressures military leaders on possible Russian reward

Michael J. Morell, the former CIA director, portrayed it as a scapegoat to testify before the Foreign Affairs Committee. He pointed out that the briefer was the lowest-ranking person in the conference room at the president’s regular intelligence briefing, and said that the national security adviser, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, the director of the National Intelligence Agency, …

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Former New Zealand Prime Minister Clark accepted the task of WHO COVID-19 review saying that this will happen again

Wellington (Reuters)-Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark warned that if the world’s response to the epidemic remains “unprepared”, she will face a future economy after being appointed by the World Health Organization , The social and political crisis (WHO) led the review of the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The WHO announced on Thursday night that Clark and …

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Bolivia’s alternate president Jeanine Añez tested positive for coronavirus

Añez announced on Twitter that she had been infected with the virus and would be quarantined for 14 days. Her announcement came after Brazilian President Jal Bolsonaro and Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández also announced that they had been infected with Covid-19. “Together with the entire team, we have been serving Bolivian families. Since last week, many of them have …

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