Covid-19 has killed over 4.2M people and infected nearly 200M globally. Here're all the coronavirus-related developments for August 3:
Turkish firefighters, locals and volunteers work at full pace to bring the blazes under control in four southern provinces, with at least eight people killed since the wildfires started on July 28.
A UNDP project funded by Government of Japan and carried out in partnership with the Ministry of Youth and Sports aims to provide training for employment and entrepreneurship and focused on social cohesion in Turkey among Turkish and Syrian youth.
The spaceship is due to launch on an Atlas V rocket built by the United Launch Alliance from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida at 1720 GMT.
Authors of research say bias towards male offspring could lead to "marriage squeeze" in affected countries and surplus of young men in around third of global population by 2030.
Coronavirus pandemic has killed over 4.2 million people and infected over 199.3 million globally. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for August 2:
The collaboration between UNDP, Limak Foundation, and the Ministries of Family and Social Services and National Education aims to support young girls and women interested in becoming engineers in Turkey.
Research in Canada, Singapore and Scotland shows people, mainly those who are unvaccinated, infected with Delta variant are more likely to be hospitalised than patients earlier during the pandemic.
Fanned by soaring temperatures and strong winds, this year's fire season has been significantly more destructive than the previous average.
Sydney, Australia's largest city, is into its sixth week of a lockdown as it struggles with a spike in infections that added nearly 3,500 cases since the first one was detected in a limousine driver who transported overseas airline crew.
Coronavirus pandemic has killed over 4.2 million people and infected over 198.8 million globally. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for August 1:
Coronavirus pandemic has killed over 4.2 million people and infected more than 198.3 million globally. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for July 31:
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