The UN's International Labour Organization has revised its previous forecast on global employment recovery from the pandemic.
Covid-19 has infected more than 314M people and killed over 5.5M worldwide. Here are some of the latest coronavirus-related developments:
Almost every country on the planet has reduced its tobacco intake in 2020, according to the WHO’s latest findings.
Covid-19 infections have continued to spread in China's Xi'an city, eight days into a strict lockdown for its 13 million people.
The United Nations has warned that hunger across the Arab world has increased by 91.1 percent over the past two decades.
UN children's agency has urged governments in South Asia to reopen schools, warning that the consequences of interrupted learning due to the Covid-19 pandemic could last decades.
Covid-19 has infected more than 242M people and killed over 4.9M globally. Here are the virus-related developments for October 20:
The association of pharmaceuticals importers said the central bank has not released promised dollars to pay suppliers abroad, who are owed more than $600 million in accumulated dues since December.
India has classified Delta coronavirus variant carrying a mutation as a "variant of concern". It has an extra genetic tweak that could allow the virus to evade the human immune system.
At least 220 million people expected to remain unemployed globally this year, well above 187 million recorded in 2019, a new report by International Labour Organization says.
We look at the human and financial cost of the war according to the data from UN bodies, international NGOs and Syrian civil society groups.
Covid-19 has killed more than 3 million people and infected over 142 million others globally. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for April 19:
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