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Worldwide coronavirus cases cross 6.68mn mark            íWho needs public services when we can have a boat most of us will never see?í Critic asks            Some acts of violence in DR Congo may amount to war crimes: UN            George Floyd protests: UK raises police treatment of British journalists with Trump administration            Leaving Iran deal a ídumb betí; up to you when to fix it: Zarif to Trump            Iran censures Franceís Ďinterventionistí attitude on jailed academic             Ex-Joint Chiefs chairman: Trumpís threat to use military on protesters ívery dangerousí            Brexit free trade talks yield Ďno significant progressí as deadline nears            Face coverings must be worn on public transport from 15 June, government has announced            Black Lives Matter protesters take knee on Trafalgar Square            North Korea censures foreign interference in Chinaís internal affairs            US blames other nations for its own high crimes            US unemployment rate likely shot up to almost 20% in May            Trump, distracted at Lafayette Square, briefly clashes with riot police            Iranian cargo vessel carrying construction materials sinks off Iraqi coast            


Worldwide coronavirus cases cross 6.68mn mark

image1 A member of the staff wearing a face shield uses a laser thermometer to test a customerís temperature in a Furniture Village store in Croydon, in southeast London, the UK, on June 5, 2020. (Photo by AFP) More than...



What non-essential premises must close?

A member of staff wearing a face shield speaks on the telephone in a Furniture Village store in Croydon, in south-east London on June 5, 2020, following the easing of the lockdown restrictions during the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. UK retail sales dived by a record 18.1 percent in April with...




Worldwide coronavirus cases cross 6.68mn mark

A member of the staff wearing a face shield uses a laser thermometer to test a customerís temperature in a Furniture Village store in Croydon, in southeast London, the UK, on June 5, 2020. (Photo by AFP) More than 6.68 million people have been reported infected with the new coronavirus globally, a tally...




Face coverings must be worn on public transport from 15 June, government has announced

Social distancing and compulsory facemasks on Public Transport. More than 10 weeks after the pandemic took hold in the UK, Transport secretary Grant Shapps announced on Thursday that face coverings must be worn in England on buses, trams, trains, coaches, aircraft and ferries from 15 June. The British...




COVID-19: 915 New Cases Reported in Afghanistan

The Ministry of Public Health reported 915 new positive cases of COVID-19 out of 1,763 samples tested in the last 24 hours, which is the highest daily count so far. The total accumulated cases in the country is 18,969. The ministry reported nine COVID-19 deaths and 178 recoveries in the last 24 hours,...




Brazil coronavirus death toll surges to third-highest in world

Member of Doctors Without Borders do paperwork after treating members of the Warao tribe, Venezuelaís second-largest indigenous group, for symptoms of the novel coronavirus in Manaus, Amazonas state, Brazil, on June 3, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Brazilís death toll from the new coronavirus has surpassed Italyís...




Protests continue in US cities against police brutality, racism

Demonstrators denouncing systemic racism in law enforcement march through the New York City borough of Brooklyn on June 4, 2020. (AFP photo) Protests continued into their tenth night in dozens of American cities following a private memorial service in Minneapolis for Gorge Floyd, a black man whose death...




US records more than 1,000 virus deaths in 24 hours

Medical workers walk outside a special coronavirus area at Maimonides Medical Center on May 26, 2020 in the Borough Park neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough of New York City. (AFP photo) The US recorded 1,021 new coronavirus deaths in 24 hours, according to the Johns Hopkins University tracker Thursday...




570 Doctors, Health Workers Infected with COVID-19 in Herat

At least 570 doctors and health workers have been infected with COVID-19 in the western province of Herat, according to the local officials in the province. Health officials in the province have said that the infection of health workers and doctors could pose serious challenges in the COVID-19 struggle. "Some...




Government accused of not standing up to Donald Trumpís trade negotiators

Chicken sits on the shelf at a grocery store in Washington, DC. The US wants the UK to open its markets to its food. 4, June, 2020. ( Getty Images ) Boris Johnson is facing a backlash for ditching a pledge to keep US chlorinated chicken out of British supermarkets under pressure from American negotiators...




Health secretary blasted for ímisleadingí presentation of testing numbers

The government was savaged by the UKís statistics watchdog chair, Sir David Norgrove, in a blistering letter to health secretary Matt Hancok earlier this week, accusing him of "misleading" the public by including tests mailed to home addresses and NHS locations - which might never be used - in the tally...




California braces for second wave of coronavirus due to arrests, police tear gas, reopening

Protesters hold placards and gesture at City Hall in downtown Los Angeles, California on June 3, 2020. (Photo by AFP) The coronavirus outbreak has been on the rise in the US state of California over the past week, prompting health experts to warn that reopening and police use of tear gas and pepper...




Brazil reports record 1,349 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours

An aerial view shows a coffin being taken to its grave at the Nossa Senhora Aparecida cemetery in the neighborhood of Taruma, in Manaus, Brazil, on June 2, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Brazil reported a record 1,349 coronavirus deaths in a 24-hour period Wednesday, the Health Ministry said, as the pandemic...




Knife attack wounds 39 in Chinese primary school

Images published by Chinaís state-owned media outlet The Global Times on its Twitter page show the site of a stabbing spree and a wounded victim at a primary school in Cangwu County, Guangxi region, China, on June 4, 2020. A knife-wielding attacker wounded 37 students and two adults at a primary school...




COVID-19 Cases Exceed 18,000 in Afghanistan

The Ministry of Public Health on Thursday reported 787 new positive cases of COVID-19 out of 1,296 samples tested in the last 24 hours, bringing the total accumulated cases in the country to 18,054. The ministry also reported six COVID-19 deaths and 63 recovered patients in the last 24 hours. Kabul...




New Acting Health Minister Introduced, Pledges Reforms

Dr. Ahmad Jawad Osmani on Thursday was introduced as the acting minister of public health and he said in a press conference that he would bring reforms to the health sector. Osmani at his first press conference said the coronavirus must be fought, but also reforms in hospitals and in other service...




In 1919, the state failed to protect black Americans. A century later, itís still failing

Demonstrators gathered raise their fists at the Lincoln Memorial during a peaceful protest against police brutality and the death of George Floyd, on June 2, 2020 in Washington, DC. Protests continue to be held in cities throughout the country over the death of George Floyd, a black man who was killed...




íI want justiceí: Mother of Floydís daughter says he was a good man, father

A painting of George Floyd stands behind a group of people gathered at a memorial on the block where he was killed by police on June 2, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The grieving mother of George Floydís daughter on Tuesday demanded justice for him, saying he was a good father who did not deserve...




COVID-19 Cases Exceed 16,000 in Afghanistan

The Ministry of Public Health on Tuesday reported 759 new positive cases of COVID-19 out of 1,322 samples tested in the last 24 hours, bringing the total cases in the country to 16,509. The ministry also reported five COVID-19 deaths and 22 recovered patients in the last 24 hours. Kabul is a hotspot...




Afghanistan Faces COVID-19 ĎHumanitarian Disasterí: IRC

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) on Monday has warned that Afghanistan faces a "humanitarian disaster" as COVID-19 spreads in the country and confirmed cases have risen by 684% in May. It said that Afghanistanís Ministry of Health has said they only have the capacity to test 2,000 cases per...




Protests against US police killing of George Floyd go global

Protesters rally against the United States police killing of unarmed black man George Floyd, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on June 1, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Protesters in cities across the world have staged rallies in solidarity with tens of thousands of Americans in the United States against rampant...




Worldís coronavirus cases at 6.27mn, life returning to normal in many countries

A man wearing a facemask walks past a mural on a garbage dump reading "A Big Salute to Corona Warriors," after the government eased a nationwide lockdown imposed as a preventive measure against the COVID-19 disease, in New Delhi, India, on May 31, 2020. (Photo by AFP) The number of COVID-19 cases across...




UK government eases COVID-19 lockdown restrictions

A child carries his food during lunch break at St. Dunstanís College junior school, as some schools re-open following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in London, Britain, on June 1, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) The day millions of Britons had been waiting for is finally here, months after...




Iran health minister warns of 2nd wave of coronavirus outbreak

An Iranian official checks the temperature of visitors at the Shah Abdol-Azim shrine in the capital Tehran on May 25, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Iran eased its coronavirus lockdown back in April, but since then, the country has seen a rise in the number of infections across the country in the southern provinces...




Iran contributes medical equipment to Afghanistan to fight virus

Afghanistan is grappling with the COVID-19 crisis as the pandemic has reached its peak in the country. Lack of appropriate equipment as well as other logistic problems have hampered the Afghan government efforts to properly contain the pandemic. So far a number of regional states have rushed to help...




NSIA Estimates Afghanistan Population at 32.9M

The Afghanistan Statistics and Information Authority (NSIA) has estimated the countryís population to be 32.9 million in 2019-20, a slight increase from 2018ís estimated 31.6 million. According to the statistics, 51 percent (16.8 million) of the population is male and 49 percent (16.1 million) of...




COVID-19 Crisis Affects Nearly 7M Afghan Children, Says Watchdog

A childrenís rights organization says that the coronavirus crisis has left more than seven million children in the country prone to poverty, barring them from their basic rights in a country where half the population is under 15 years of age. The positive cases of COVID-19 in the country are close...




US protesters in southern cities deface Confederate monuments

The 1903 Confederate monument at the south entrance to the Capitol grounds claims that Confederate soldiers died for states’ rights. (File photo) US protesters demonstrating against the death of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who pleaded for air as a white police officer pressed his knee...




Trump taken to underground bunker during White House protests

Protesters rally at the White House against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Washington, D.C., US May 31, 2020. (Reuters photo) As demonstrators clashed with police and Secret Service agents outside the White House on Friday, President Donald Trump was taken to the underground...




Worldís coronavirus caseload passes 6mn, Latin America registers grim milestone

A Kosovar soccer referee gets tested for COVID-19 at the Fadil Vokrri Stadium in Pristina, Kosovo, on May 30, 2020. (Photo by AFP) The new coronavirus has been found in the blood of more than six million people around the globe so far, according to Johns Hopkins University, and some 369,126 people have...




COVID-19 Cases Over 15,000 in Afghanistan

On Sunday, the Ministry of Public Health reported 680 new positive cases of COVID-19 out of 1,112 samples tested in the last 24 hours. The ministry also reported eight COVID-19 deaths and 25 recovered patients in the last 24 hours. Kabul leads with 371 new positive cases of COVID-19 out of 624 samples...




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What non-essential premises must close?

Worldwide coronavirus cases cross 6.68mn mark

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Some acts of violence in DR Congo may amount to war crimes: UN

George Floyd protests: UK raises police treatment of British journalists with Trump administration

Leaving Iran deal a ídumb betí; up to you when to fix it: Zarif to Trump

Iran censures Franceís Ďinterventionistí attitude on jailed academic

Ex-Joint Chiefs chairman: Trumpís threat to use military on protesters ívery dangerousí

Brexit free trade talks yield Ďno significant progressí as deadline nears

Face coverings must be worn on public transport from 15 June, government has announced

Black Lives Matter protesters take knee on Trafalgar Square

North Korea censures foreign interference in Chinaís internal affairs

US blames other nations for its own high crimes

US unemployment rate likely shot up to almost 20% in May

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Iranian cargo vessel carrying construction materials sinks off Iraqi coast

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