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WHO seeks next steps in Covid origins probe

WHO seeks next steps in Covid origins probe

After an international mission to China turned up more questions than answers about the pandemic origins, the WHO is evaluating how to move forward through a diplomatic quagmire to solve the mystery.

Singapore probing Covid-19 re-infections after cases in workers dormitory

Singapore probing Covid-19 re-infections after cases in workers dormitory

Singapore's manpower ministry said authorities were investigating the possibility of Covid-19 re-infections among residents in a migrant workers' dormitory, after finding about a dozen positive cases in the facility.

Indonesia says has not detected further signs of missing submarine

Indonesia says has not detected further signs of missing submarine

Indonesia has not detected any signs of a submarine that went missing with 53 crew on board, a navy spokesman said on Thursday, after rescuers found an oil slick a day earlier and as neighbouring countries pledged to help.

Oscars more diverse as pandemic, protests shake up Hollywood

Oscars more diverse as pandemic, protests shake up Hollywood

Actors of colour are favourites in each category, and two female directors are nominated for the first time -- this year's Oscars could set new benchmarks for diversity, thanks to long-brewing industry changes ...

NASA extracts breathable oxygen from thin Martian air

NASA extracts breathable oxygen from thin Martian air

NASA has logged another extraterrestrial first on its latest mission to Mars: converting carbon dioxide from the Martian atmosphere into pure, breathable oxygen, the US space agency said on Wednesday.

Biden expected to recognize massacre of Armenians as genocide: sources

Biden expected to recognize massacre of Armenians as genocide: sources

US President Joe Biden is expected to formally recognize the massacre of Armenians by the Ottoman Empire during World War One as an act of genocide, sources said on Wednesday ...

India posts global record of 315,000 daily Covid cases

India posts global record of 315,000 daily Covid cases

India posted a global record of almost 315,000 new Covid infections on Thursday as hospitals in New Delhi sent out desperate warnings that patients could die without fresh oxygen supplies.

Queen thanks public for support after hubby’s demise as she turns 95

Queen thanks public for support after hubby’s demise as she turns 95

Queen Elizabeth II yesterday thanked well-wishers for their messages of support after the death of her husband, Prince Philip, as she turned 95 and spent her first birthday without him in more than seven decades.

Ex-wife in bitter £450mn divorce wins UK court case against son

Ex-wife in bitter £450mn divorce wins UK court case against son

The ex-wife of a Russian billionaire yesterday won a British court case against her son, whom she accuses of helping his father hide his assets during the bitter divorce battle.

Putin warns the West against crossing ‘red line’

Putin warns the West against crossing ‘red line’

President Vladimir Putin warned foreign rivals yesterday against “crossing the red line” with Russia, as he gave a key speech amid deep tensions with the West over Ukraine and jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.

24 dead in Indian hospital oxygen leak

24 dead in Indian hospital oxygen leak

An oxygen tanker leaks at hospital premises where Covid-19 patients died due to lack of oxygen in Nashik in this still image taken from video. (Reuters)

Indonesia searches for submarine with 53 aboard

Indonesia searches for submarine with 53 aboard

Indonesia’s military said it was searching for a submarine with 53 crew aboard after losing contact with the vessel during naval exercises off the coast of Bali yesterday.

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