Covid-19 has killed more than 2.95M people and infected over 137M others globally. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for April 13:
A report, focusing on 18 countries where the UN said it has obtained verified information, lists 52 parties “credibly suspected” of responsibility “for patterns of rape or other forms of sexual violence” in conflicts.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, UN health agency chief, acknowledges the pandemic is "a long way from over," but stresses there are reasons for optimism.
Coronavirus pandemic has killed over 2.94 million people and infected over 136.13 million globally. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for April 12:
Officials said that around 70% of the structures in the coastal town of Kalbarri in Western Australia state had sustained damage when the category three storm made landfall. Around 30% of that damage was "significant.
Coronavirus pandemic has killed over 2.9 million people and infected over 136 million globally. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for April 11:
Noura al Matroushi and her male counterpart Mohammed al Mulla will undergo training at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
South Korea had previously suspended AstraZeneca's vaccine after Europe began reviewing cases of blood clotting in adults.
Greenpeace says it filmed seven ships within 20 square kilometres using driftnets to catch tuna. It detected another eight vessels on radar using navigational patterns that also suggested use of nets.
Officials evacuated residents from the town of Denham, Shark Bay, which is located 500km north of Perth.
The suggestion by head of China's Center for Disease Control and Prevention marks the first time a top Chinese expert has publicly alluded to the relatively low efficacy of the country's vaccines.
Israeli researchers say the study only had a small sample size of people infected with the South African variant because of its rarity in Israel.
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