Indian intelligence agencies and the NIA have been informed by Afghan authorities that the man who was part of the 25 March attack is not ‘Abu Khalid al-Hindi’.
The Covid vaccine is developed by Moscow’s Gamaleya Institute and medics could begin receiving it by the end of the month.
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Caravans of looters descended on major commercial areas, smashing windows, damaging storefronts and stealing merchandise. Two people were shot amid the melee.
Parents are bearing the brunt of the economic costs of the pandemic as they were forced to look after their children full time under lockdown in the UK.
The locally-based teams will start work from 24 August amid fears that the tracing programme hasn't been effective and the virus is at risk of spreading rapidly again.
Demonstrators gathered Monday as part of near-daily gatherings across Thailand, which have gained momentum after the arrests of top leaders who have since been released on bail.
US Secret Service escorted Trump out of a live Covid briefing as a precautionary measure. The president returned minutes later and said things were under control.
McDonald’s said it uncovered sexually explicit photos in email account of Easterbrook, who was sacked last year, and other evidence of his affairs.
Decades of governmental malfeasance and the explosion — the biggest peacetime catastrophe in the nation’s history — have resulted in the current outpouring of public anger.