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6.0-Magnitude Earthquake Hits Crete, Greece

6.0-Magnitude Earthquake Hits Crete, Greece

At the moment, authorities have not released official information about any damage inflicted by the tremor, or victims from the

UK Coronavirus Hospital Death Toll Jumps by Over 700 in 24 Hours Bringing Total to 18,100

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who tested positive for COVID-19 on 27 March, is currently based at his Chequers residence.
Chechnya’s Kadyrov Puts On Protective Suit, Meets With Doctors & COVID-19 Patients

Chechnya’s Kadyrov Puts On Protective Suit, Meets With Doctors & COVID-19 Patients

As Ramzan Kadyrov wrote, he’s certain that this insidious coronavirus disease will be vanquished once and for all. Ramzan Kadyrov,
COVID-19 has now killed over 160,000 globally, 2.3 million infected

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
UK Says Hospital Coronavirus Deaths Up to 16,060

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
Syria Faces Critical Shortage of Artificial Lung Ventilators Amid Pandemic

Syria Faces Critical Shortage of Artificial Lung Ventilators Amid Pandemic

Syria is facing a critical shortage of artificial lung ventilators amid the coronavirus pandemic, and Western sanctions are hindering the
Riyadh Pledges $500Mln in Aid for Yemen, $25Mln to Fight COVID-19

Riyadh Pledges $500Mln in Aid for Yemen, $25Mln to Fight COVID-19

Saudi Arabia will provide $500 million in humanitarian aid for Yemen and $25 million more to fight the spread of
Hezbollah Commander Who Was Allegedly Close to Slain Quds Head Soleimani Killed in Lebanon

Hezbollah Commander Who Was Allegedly Close to Slain Quds Head Soleimani Killed in Lebanon

Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ Quds Force head Qasem Soleimani was killed on 3 January, when the US military conducted a