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Philippines’ Economy Grows at Record Pace Amid COVID-19 OutbreakEconomy

Philippines’ Economy Grows at Record Pace Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

As economists predicted Manila’s GDP (Gross Domestic Product) to surge up to 10% in the second quartile of 2021, the
Less Fake “Likes” Thanks to Instagram!Technology

Less Fake “Likes” Thanks to Instagram!

Instagram has sent a cease and desist letter to the company “LikeUp.Me” that sells fake likes and fake engagement on
Australia’s Byron Bay plunged into lockdown, officials fear Covid has spread from SydneySecurity

Australia’s Byron Bay plunged into lockdown, officials fear Covid has spread from Sydney

Australian officials extended coronavirus restrictions to the coastal region of Byron Bay on Monday morning, amid concerns that the virus
China’s Wuhan completes citywide Covid-19 testing in SIX days, finds 37 cases & 41 asymptomatic carriers among 12mn residentsSociety

China’s Wuhan completes citywide Covid-19 testing in SIX days, finds 37 cases & 41 asymptomatic carriers among 12mn residents

The city of Wuhan has tested virtually every resident, except for children under six and those on vacation, in a
Afghan radio manager working for media rights group killed by Taliban, journalist kidnapped, officials reportPolitics

Afghan radio manager working for media rights group killed by Taliban, journalist kidnapped, officials report

Afghan officials have reported that Toofan Omar, a radio station manager, has been shot and killed and that Nematullah Hemat,
Australia gives conditional green light to Covid Moderna vaccine with first million doses arriving next monthSociety

Australia gives conditional green light to Covid Moderna vaccine with first million doses arriving next month

Australia’s pharmaceutical body has granted Moderna’s Covid vaccine conditional approval for use in the country in a bid to boost
‘Code red’: UN issues dire warning about climate change, pinning blame ‘unequivocally’ on humansSociety

‘Code red’: UN issues dire warning about climate change, pinning blame ‘unequivocally’ on humans

The United Nations has warned there is increasing evidence that climate change is already delivering extreme weather conditions across the
Anti-Semitic incidents prevalent during lockdown protests in Germany – studySociety

Anti-Semitic incidents prevalent during lockdown protests in Germany – study

More than 500 anti-Semitic incidents have been linked to the Covid-19 pandemic in Germany, during which Jews were blamed for