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China bans wild animal trade until viral outbreak eases

China bans wild animal trade until viral outbreak eases

China on Sunday ordered a temporary ban on the trade in wild animals as the country struggles to contain a deadly virus believed to have been spawned in a market that sold wild animals as food.

'1917' scoops top Hollywood director prize for Mendes

'1917' scoops top Hollywood director prize for Mendes

Hollywood's directors handed World War I thriller ‘1917’ their top annual prize Saturday, one of the final major award shows that typically spells success at next month's Oscars.

Philippines downgrades Taal Volcano alert level

Philippines downgrades Taal Volcano alert level

The alert level for Taal Volcano in the Philippines was lowered to Level 3 on Sunday, two weeks after it started spewing ash and lava forcing thousands to evacuate ...

More than 2,000 now infected with Coronavirus; 56 dead in China

More than 2,000 now infected with Coronavirus; 56 dead in China

More than 2,000 people globally have been infected with a new Coronavirus, the vast majority of them in China, where 56 people have died from the disease, according to figures released on Sunday.

Space Force logo draws comparisons to Star Trek

Space Force logo draws comparisons to Star Trek

President Donald Trump on Friday unveiled the logo of US Space Force, attracting critics who said America’s newest military branch had boldly gone where Star Trek went before.

Body found after snowmobilers crashed through Canada ice

Body found after snowmobilers crashed through Canada ice

Canadian searchers on Friday found the body of one of five French snowmobilers whose machines fell through the ice of a frozen lake, police said.

Bodies of 3 US firefighters retrieved from Australian plane crash site

Bodies of 3 US firefighters retrieved from Australian plane crash site

The bodies of three US firefighters who died in a plane crash earlier this week in Australia’s remote bushland while battling a fierce wildfire have been recovered, the police said yesterday as investigators started probe into the accident.

India, Brazil sign pacts to boost strategic partnership

India, Brazil sign pacts to boost strategic partnership

In a major boost to their strategic partnership, Brazil and India yesterday laid down a comprehensive action plan to enhance co-operation in all areas, amid an economic slowdown.

Rescuers rushing to find Turkey quake survivors

Rescuers rushing to find Turkey quake survivors

The death toll from a powerful earthquake in eastern Turkey rose to 29 as rescue workers raced against time yesterday to find survivors under the rubble.

People losing hope in Imran-led govt: poll

People losing hope in Imran-led govt: poll

A fresh survey says that people in Pakistan are losing trust in the government about their future with majority saying that the government is heading towards the wrong direction. The “Perception, Performance” quarterly survey conducted this month says that price hikes and unemployment

500 women bikers get training certificates

500 women bikers get training certificates

Sindh’s first Women on Wheels (WOW) graduation ceremony and issuance of driving licences saw the Arts Council of Pakistan auditorium packed with many women, especially young women cheering for each other.

Islamabad now ‘reconsidering’ hiring campaign

Islamabad now ‘reconsidering’ hiring campaign

Days after the federal cabinet decided to fill over 129,000 vacant posts in the public sector, the government is having second thoughts due to its huge financial implication, a highly-placed source said.

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