Ang Rita, also known as the "Snow Leopard," climbed Mount Everest 10 times without the use of supplemental oxygen.
World leaders come together virtually to mark the event as the deadly coronavirus pandemic challenges the effectiveness and solidarity of the 193-member world body.
A brand new startup brings together food vendors and customers by offering large discounts on surplus food, preventing food loss and aiming for a profit at the same time.
According to the United Nations the suspension of flights since early this month at Sana’a International Airport has led to a delay in the arrival of 207 tons of medical aid for combating the novel coronavirus outbreak in Yemen.
The pandemic has killed over 963,000 people and infected over 31 million worldwide. Here are the latest coronavirus-related developments for September 20:
The coronavirus pandemic has killed over 958,000 people and infected over 30.86 million worldwide. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for September 19:
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that he did not want another national lockdown but that new restrictions may be needed because the country was facing an "inevitable" second wave of Covid-19.
The coronavirus pandemic has killed over 953,100 people and infected over 30.5 million worldwide. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for September 18:
WHO regional director for Europe Hans Kluge says a surge seen this month "should serve as a wake-up call" after the continent recorded 54,000 infections in a single day last week – a new record.
The coronavirus pandemic has killed over 947,000 people and infected over 30 million worldwide. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for September 17:
Amy Dorris tells the Guardian she was sexually assaulted by US President Trump in his US Open VIP suite in 1997, an allegation his lawyers have denied and called politically motivated.
A Cellebrite representative landed in Riyadh in November 2019 to hack a Samsung S10 phone for Saudi authorities, a Haaretz’s sister publication reports.
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