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Almost one-third of COVID-19 samples showed mutations, but the disease did not worsen-WHO

Geneva (Reuters)-Nearly 30% of the genome sequencing data of the COVID-19 virus samples collected by the World Health Organization (WHO) showed signs of mutation, but there is no evidence that this caused a more serious disease. WHO officials said Friday. Soumya Swaminathan, WHO’s chief scientist, told Reuters at a briefing in the United Nations Association of Journalists ACANU in Geneva: …

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Latin America sees half of all new Covid-19 new infection cases due to troubled health system

Since then, similar scenes have appeared throughout Latin America, which has witnessed the explosive spread of coronavirus. In Guayaquil, the largest city in Ecuador, the coffin was made of cardboard boxes because the corpses were not collected. In Santiago, the capital of Chile, public hospitals were overwhelmed because the blockade was lifted too early. Dr. Carissa Etienne, head of the …

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On July 4, the war against “Culling Culture” restarted the Trump campaign

In this week’s White House report card, President Trump hopes that Independence Day will reinvigorate his re-election campaign and launch a powerful declaration of war on the so-called “cancellation culture”, sweeping the entire country, from the founding fathers, Washington Redskins and Kerry Flemish Indians. For example, on Friday night on Mount Rushmore, Trump said: “Those who try to erase our …

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166 protesters died after Ethiopian singer shot

Police said on Saturday that at least 166 people died in the days following the killing of pop singer Haacaaluu Hundeessaa. The violent demonstration caused Ethiopia to boil. The singer, the largest Oromo member of Ethiopia, was shot by an unknown attacker in Addis Ababa on Monday night, exacerbating ethnic tensions and threatening the country’s democratic transition. “After the death …

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Nigerian Instagram star extradited to face US cybercrime trial-Bloomberg

Nigerian Instagram star extradited to U.S. cybercrime trial Bloomberg U.S. prosecutors say that Instagram stars have exaggerated the extravagant lifestyle, but in fact conspired to launder hundreds of millions of dollars Nigerian social media superstar appears in US court for fraud allegations The Guardian E-mail scammer allegedly showing off wealth on Instagram to face accusations NBC News Nigerian email scammer …

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Hatice Cengiz appears in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey-Al Jazeera English

Hatice Cengiz appears in Jamal Khashoggi’s Turkish murder trial Al Jazeera English 20 Saudi Arabians tried in Turkey for the murder of Jamal Kashuji Khashoggi murder trial starts CBS news in Turkish court Khashoggi trial: consulate staff were told to “illuminate the oven” Al Jazeera Twenty people tried in absentia for murder of Khashoggi Reuters View all reports from Google …

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In the UN Human Rights Council, 53 countries support China’s severe Hong Kong crackdown

Fifty-three countries of the United Nations Human Rights Council headed by Cuba supported China’s national security law this week. This law has become the basis for the Communist Party’s latest crackdown on the people of Hong Kong. The Security Council read out a duel statement on Tuesday to support and oppose national security laws. According to Axios, Cuba read a …

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Swiss zookeeper dies after being attacked by tiger in the fence

The zoo in the largest city in Switzerland says a 55-year-old breeder was killed by a Siberian tiger in the park July 4, 2020 at 6:49 pm 2 minutes reading Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article Berlin-Swiss city officials said Saturday that a 55-year-old breeder at the Zurich Zoo was killed by a Siberian tiger in the park. Shortly …

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China condemns Canadian criticism of Hong Kong security law

China responded to Canada because it criticized Beijing’s national security laws against Hong Kong. This was the second condemnation in a week, which intensified the pressure on relations between the two countries. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday that due to legal reasons, Canada is suspending the extradition treaty with Hong Kong. The Canadian Foreign Minister called the legislation “an …

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