The image by Danish photographer Mads Nissen captured the moment Rosa Luzia Lunardi was hugged by nurse Adriana Silva da Costa Souza at a care home in Sao Paulo.
Medical research has emerged that indicates Covid-19 could be triggering diabetes and heart damage in people who were not predisposed.
Pulse fishing involves electrodes being deployed to cause muscular spasms in fish to dislodge certain flatfish species and shrimp that dwell close to or in the sea bed.
The bill will requires financial firms to explain how they would manage climate-related risks and opportunities.
Research on camels in Kenya is critical to advance understanding of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, a far deadlier cousin of Covid-19 that scientists fear could cause the next global pandemic.
Toshihiro Nikai is known for his frank comments, which come as many other ruling party lawmakers have avoided discussing the hot button issue of a possible cancellation.
Covid-19 has killed over 2.97M people and infected nearly 138M others globally. Here are the latest developments for April 14:
The study titled "My Body is My Own" lists attacks on women in 57 countries, ranging from rape to forced sterilisation to virginity tests and genital mutilation.
The Tournament Earth competition, which kicked off on March 8, featured more than two decades of snapshots by astronauts.
Covid-19 has killed more than 2.95M people and infected over 137M others globally. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for April 13:
Decision comes following an EU investigation into the connection of blood-clotting and the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine.
Galloni, who will replace Stephen J Adler this month, will be the first woman to lead the news agency in its 170-year history.
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