The World Health Organisation has warned that vaccines will be no magic bullet for the coronavirus crisis as nations gear up for a massive rollout to tackle surging infections.
Mexico can see an end to the coronavirus pandemic on the horizon with the first doses of Pfizer Inc's Covid-19 vaccine scheduled to arrive in weeks, said a top official in charge of the country's international response to the health crisis.
President Donald Trump has ordered nearly all American troops to withdraw from Somalia, US officials said on Friday, part of a global pullback by the Republican president before he leaves office next month ...
The US State Department said on Friday it has ended five cultural exchange programs with China, calling them ‘soft power propaganda tools.’
Recent progress on coronavirus vaccines is positive but the World Health Organisation (WHO) is concerned that this has led to a growing perception that the pandemic has come to an end, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said yesterday.
As the second wave of coronavirus pandemic continues to surge in the country, President Dr Arif Alvi has issued a declaration for the revival of the already-agreed standard operating procedures (SOPs) for collective prayers in mosques and imambargahs, it was learnt yesterday.
The government is considering rolling back some parts of its agricultural reforms after they triggered the biggest protests by farmers in years, officials said yesterday.
India on Friday summoned Canada's ambassador and warned of serious damage to diplomatic ties after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau commented on growing protests by farmers, authorities said.