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Addressing the House of Commons on Thursday regarding the coronavirus outbreak, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said that it was a rapidly developing situation and the number of deaths and the number of cases is likely to be higher than those that have be            UK "well prepared and well equipped to deal with" any cases of coronavirus: Matt Hancock            South Africa ruling partyís ally holds large rally against US policies in Mideast             Afghanistan Again Among Top Corrupt Countries: Watchdog             Boliviaís Morales marks end of presidency in Argentina             Trump downplays US troopsí concussion injuries from Iranian missile attack             China locks down city at center of new virus outbreak             Hosting Macron, Abbas urges Europe to recognize State of Palestine             Zurich police use tear gas, water cannons on World Economic Forum protesters             France, Germany say EU will respond in kind to new US tariffs             Trump mounts pressure on EU to shun Iran             Australian Open: Federer 3-0 Krajinovic             UK govt. announce plans to introduce lie detector in wake of terror attack             Hundreds evacuated as flooding threaten homes in southern France as Storm Gloria hits             Juan Guaido in Europe to shore up support for regime change in Venezuela            

Epidemic response group working on China virus vaccines

Three separate research teams are to start work on developing potential vaccines against the new coronavirus that has so far claimed the lives of 18 people and is causing an epidemic across China. image1 A global coalition...



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Epidemic response group working on China virus vaccines

Three separate research teams are to start work on developing potential vaccines against the new coronavirus that has so far claimed the lives of 18 people and is causing an epidemic across China. A global coalition set up to fight diseases said on Thursday that the plan is to have at least one potential...




Addressing the House of Commons on Thursday regarding the coronavirus outbreak, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said that it was a rapidly developing situation and the number of deaths and the number of cases is likely to be higher than those that have be

The US special representative for Iran has threatened the Islamic Republic with yet another act of state terrorism, saying Washington will assassinate the successor of senior anti-terror commander Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani as well if he follows in the path of the martyred general. "If (Esmail)...




UK "well prepared and well equipped to deal with" any cases of coronavirus: Matt Hancock

Addressing the House of Commons on Thursday regarding the coronavirus outbreak, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said that it was a rapidly developing situation and the number of deaths and the number of cases is likely to be higher than those that have been confirmed so far and I expect them to rise further. He...




South Africa ruling partyís ally holds large rally against US policies in Mideast

An ally of South Africaís ruling African National Congress (ANC) party holds a large rally in the countryís administrative capital, raging against the United Statesí deadly and aggressive attitude towards Iran and its destructive policies in the West Asia as a whole. The demonstration was held by the...




Afghanistan Again Among Top Corrupt Countries: Watchdog

Transparency International released its Corruption Perception Index 2019 on Thursday, and the organization ranked Afghanistan among the top 10 most corrupt countries in the world. The report states that anti-corruption efforts have not made progress in the country since 2018. Based on the index,...




Boliviaís Morales marks end of presidency in Argentina

Former Bolivian president Evo Morales has held a celebratory event in exile in the Argentinean capital, Buenos Aires, to mark the end of his presidential term. Morales, now in Argentina, has been in exile since he was forced to resign in November last year under pressure from the Bolivian military and...




Trump downplays US troopsí concussion injuries from Iranian missile attack

US President Donald Trump has downplayed the traumatic brain injuries suffered by American troops in Iran’s retaliatory missile strike, describing the injuries as "headaches." At a press conference at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Wednesday, Trump said military officials...




China locks down city at center of new virus outbreak

China has imposed quarantine measures on a major city at the center of a virus outbreak, banning trains and planes from leaving it in an attempt to curb the contagious disease that has so far claimed the lives of 17 people. On Thursday, authorities in Wuhan, the capital city of Chinaís central province...




Hosting Macron, Abbas urges Europe to recognize State of Palestine

Hosting the French leader, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has renewed a call for Europe to recognize the State of Palestine with Israeli-occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds as its capital. Abbas met with President Emmanuel Macron of France on Wednesday in the West Bank city of Ramallah, where the...




Zurich police use tear gas, water cannons on World Economic Forum protesters

Swiss police has used water cannons, rubber bullets and tear gas to subdue demonstrators in Zurich who ignited fireworks and threw bottles as part of a protest targeting the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) conference in Davos. Three people were arrested, one passerby was injured by fireworks and...




France, Germany say EU will respond in kind to new US tariffs

The European Union will respond reciprocally to any further tariffs imposed by the US on the blocís products, French and German officials have warned in separate comments. Germanyís ambassador to the United States, Emily Haber, said on Wednesday the EU is as strong economically as the US, and will...




Trump mounts pressure on EU to shun Iran

Apparently, at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland Donald Trump, in no uncertain terms, warned European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen there will be dire trade consequences for the EU unless the bloc toes Washingtonís line with respect to its maximum pressure policy against Iran. In a...




Australian Open: Federer 3-0 Krajinovic

Roger Federer has cruised into the 3rd round of the Australian Open, after thrashing Serbiaís Filip Krajinovic in straight sets. The Swiss Maestro rushed to a thumping 6-1 win in the opening set. Krajinovic showed some resistance in the 2nd, but Federer re-grouped quickly, to claim the set 6-4. In...




UK govt. announce plans to introduce lie detector in wake of terror attack

In the wake of the London Bridge terror attack the government have announced plans to introduce lie detector tests in what they say is a measure to ensure those who have offended reform. The move however has been met with a backlash from those who say the move is flawed and spells trouble In addition...




Hundreds evacuated as flooding threaten homes in southern France as Storm Gloria hits

"The river will come into my house. I have to leave," said an anxious resident from Saint-Paul-de-Fenouillet, in the Pyrénées-Orientales. Homeowners are anxiously watching rising river levels in the wake of Storm Gloria which has barrelled through the south of France. The Agly and Aude...




Juan Guaido in Europe to shore up support for regime change in Venezuela

Juan Guaido the self-declared interim president of Venezuelan arrived in London to meet with UK government officials and members of the Venezuelan opposition diaspora. It was the first official visit by Guaido to the UK since launching a series of coup attempts against the democratically elected Venezuelan...




US: Iranians no longer eligible for trade, investment visas

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services agency has announced that Iranian nationals will no longer be eligible for E-1 and E-2 trade and investment visas. According to a statement released on Wednesday by USCIS, the decision was made following the termination of the 1955 Treaty of Amity, Economic...




Lebanon: Police fire tear gas as fresh protests hit Beirut

Lebanese security forces have fired tear gas and water cannon on Wednesday to try to break up stone-throwing protesters in Beirut. Some protesters tried to climb over barbed wire and fencing to storm a heavily barricaded part of central Beirut that includes parliament. Unrest in the capital this...




Khan urges UN action over Kashmir dispute with India

Pakistanís Prime Minister Imran Khan has urged the United Nations to help in the dispute with India, a fellow nuclear power, over the region of Kashmir. Speaking during a media briefing at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Wednesday, Khan said "This is a potential...




Salih, Trump discuss American troop drawdown from Iraq

Iraqi President Barham Salim and his US counterpart Donald Trump have exchanged viewpoints about a reduction in the number of American military forces in the war-ravaged Arab country, weeks after a parliamentary bill demanded the withdrawal of all US-led foreign troops. "Weíve had a very good relationship....




China appoints new special envoy for Afghanistan

China has appointed Liu Jian as the new special envoy for Afghanistan, Chinese Foreign Ministryís Spokesperson Geng Shuang said on Wednesday. "Special Envoy Liu is a senior diplomat who has served as Chinaís ambassador to Afghanistan, Malaysia, Pakistan and other countries", he said during his regular...




Trumpís Iran Policy Is Brain-Dead

Lacking coherent objectives and a strategy for achieving them, moves like the assassination of Qassem Suleimani are foreign policy as theater-and could leave the United States worse off. By Stephen M. Walt well, that didnít take long. 2020 is less than a week old, and U.S. President Donald Trump has...




Study finds London has become a city for the elites

The British capital, London, is now prohibitively expensive for people from less affluent backgrounds, a charity claims. The stunning claim is made by the Sutton Trust, an education charity established in 1997. The claims are based on a study - commissioned by the charity - entitled Elites in the...




No action yet on American nuke missing off Greenland over 50 years ago

An American hydrogen bomb is still missing over 50 years after a jet crash off Greenland, a Danish territory where the United States has maintained military presence since World War II. Tuesday, January 21, 2020, marked the anniversary of a US military plane crash that went on to become one of the...




Iran: US will fail to undercut our influence through terror acts like Soleimaniís assassination

Iranís Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Mousavi says the US is wrong to think it can dent Iranís influence through terrorist acts, including the recent assassination of Iranian commander Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani. "Our influence has not been dependent on an individual and it will prove that...




European shares drop from record high on threat of US auto tariffs

European shares reversed course and edged lower on Wednesday as US President Donald Trump threatened to impose high tariffs on imports of cars from the European Union, pushing automobile stocks to a three-month low. Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Trump warned of the tariffs...




Afghanistan Improves its Growth by an Estimated 2.9 Percent

Afghanistanís economy has grown by an estimated 2.9 percent in 2019, driven mainly by strong agricultural growth following recovery from drought, but lingering political uncertainty dampens private confidence and investment, the World Bank reported on Wednesday. "Growth picked up in Afghanistan in...




ĎI might take him over her,í Trump enters Clinton, Sanders row

US President Donald Trump appears to have expressed a mild support for 2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders amid his row with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as the Democratic primary races heat up. In an interview with Fox Business Network from Davos, Switzerland, on Wednesday, Trump...




Hillary Clinton claims ínobody likesí Bernie Sanders

Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton launched a scathing attack on presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders, her rival for the 2016 Democratic nomination, telling a documentary that "nobody likes him." The former US first lady, senator and secretary of state also refused to say whether she...




Zarif: EU3 submission on JCPOA only whetted Trumpís appetite

Iranís Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Americaís renewed threat of slapping trade tariffs on Europeís auto industry proves that the European statesí submission to US President Donald Trumpís domineering tactics on the Iran nuclear deal only worked to "whet his appetite." In a post on his...




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