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COVID-19 has now killed over 160,000 globally, 2.3 million infectedSociety

COVID-19 has now killed over 160,000 globally, 2.3 million infected

The new coronavirus outbreak has now claimed the lives of 160,706 people across the world, and more than 2,328,600 others
Three Yemeni civilians killed in Saudi-led shelling despite ‘ceasefireSecurity

Three Yemeni civilians killed in Saudi-led shelling despite ‘ceasefire

At least three civilians have been killed and another sustained injuries when militiamen loyal to the country’s former President Abd
Iraqi Govt Reportedly Urges Purchase of Russian S-400s Despite US Warnings of Fallout From the DealMiddle East

Iraqi Govt Reportedly Urges Purchase of Russian S-400s Despite US Warnings of Fallout From the Deal

In January 2020 members of the Iraqi parliament said the country was mulling the purchase of advanced Russian S-400 missile
Zarif to Visit Damascus on Monday to Discuss Situation in Syria Amid PandemicMiddle East

Zarif to Visit Damascus on Monday to Discuss Situation in Syria Amid Pandemic

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif will visit Damascus on Monday, where he will meet with Syrian President Bashar Assad to
UK Says Hospital Coronavirus Deaths Up to 16,060Society

UK Says Hospital Coronavirus Deaths Up to 16,060

As of 19 April, the total number of COVID-19 cases in the UK stands at 114,221, with 15,464 deaths, according
IRGC Warns Iran Will Respond ‘Decisively’ to Any US ProvocationPolitics

IRGC Warns Iran Will Respond ‘Decisively’ to Any US Provocation

Earlier this week, the US said that 11 vessels from the IRGC Navy had been spotted at a dangerously close
US National Debt Skyrockets to Levels Unseen Since WWII Amid COVID-19 ShutdownEconomy

US National Debt Skyrockets to Levels Unseen Since WWII Amid COVID-19 Shutdown

The United States government and the Federal Reserve have taken unprecedented fiscal measures to keep the economy afloat and prevent