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Modi’s BJP: The leader of India’s ruling party says “responsibility is ours” for the Covid-19 outbreak

Tanya told Christian Amanpur of CNN: “We are in power, we are the Indian government, so the responsibility is of course our responsibility, good or bad, this is our responsibility. This is our responsibility. , We are doing our best.” Thursday. However, he also believes that it is impossible to foresee the current crisis. He said: “A lot of people …

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Since the prison hunger strike, Alexey Navalny’s first appearance in court was just “a terrible skeleton”

Moscow -Arrested Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny This was his first appearance in court in months, which made his clothes look worse. After the most recent hunger strike, fierce criticism of President Vladimir Putin led to a videotape from a prison dozens of miles away in the capital to participate in a hearing in a Moscow courthouse. Last week, the …

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Four people were killed in a German hospital and employees arrested

German police detained a 51-year-old hospital worker and conducted a murder investigation after four people were found dead and another seriously injured in a clinic near Berlin. Police said they arrived at around 9pm on Wednesday and found a fatally injured person in several rooms of the Oberlin Clinic, a specialized orthopedic hospital in Potsdam, the capital of Brandenburg, a …

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Two air bases in Myanmar were attacked-report

The media and an eyewitness said that an unidentified attacker launched an attack on two air bases in Myanmar on Thursday. It was reported that an explosion occurred at one base and a rocket attack occurred at another base. The attack was carried out after three months of unrest triggered by a military coup in Myanmar on February 1. The …

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Party sources say Arlene Foster: It’s a mess to remove the DUP leader

Arlene Foster: Party source BBC News said it was a mess to remove DUP leaders Arlene Foster resigns as DUP leader and the first minister of Northern Ireland Sky News Arlene Foster: Why does DUP oppose its leader?BBC News Johnson’s Brexit game The Guardian threw Arlene Foster to the wolves. Newton Emerson: DUP dilemma hopeless “Irish Times” View all reports …

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The head of the WHO says the situation in India is “heartbreaking”

During the mass cremation at a crematorium in New Delhi, India on April 26, 2021, health workers wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) carried timber to prepare the funeral pyr for victims of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). REUTERS / Adnan Abidi WHO Chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Monday that the situation in India with the surge in COVID-19 cases is …

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Turkmenistan dedicate its holiday to the huge national dog breed Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan ushered in a new holiday on Sunday, dedicated to celebrating its national (very large) Alaba dog breed, whose long-term leader has erected a gilded monument and wrote odes to the breed. The new festival is held on the same day as the festival celebrating the Akhal-Teke horse breed, and Turkmenistan also regards it as part of its national heritage. …

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Mallorca man charged with infecting 22 people with COVID-19

According to reports, a 40-year-old Spanish man was arrested on suspicion of causing injuries. He allegedly infected 22 people with COVID-19. Spanish police said their investigation began in January, when a company located on the Mediterranean island of Mallorca reported that an employee was “infected but concealed the condition”. Coronary colon: what you need to know In a statement, the …

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Japan declares a “short and powerful” state of emergency in Tokyo and other places

On April 22, 2021, Tokyo, Japan. Pedestrians wearing protective masks walk on the street during the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) outbreak. REUTERS/ Androniki Christodoulou Japan will declare a “short and powerful” state of emergency in Tokyo, Osaka and two other prefectures on Friday, as the country is trying to contain a renewed pandemic three months before the opening of the Olympics. …

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