The news comes on the heels of a doom-laden report by civil servants which makes the prediction that approximately 31,900 people could die over the next five years alone due to missed cancer diagnoses, scrapped operations and the broader health impacts that could result from lockdown-induced recession.
PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY, Russia (Sputnik) - Russia’s Vector research centre plans to release two variants of a COVID-19 vaccine into circulation, said director of the centre Rinat Maksyutov.
Wisconsin authorities announced earlier that a probe by the state Department of Justice into the shooting of Black man Jacob Blake from Kenosha by a white police officer in August would soon be turned over to a retired police chief serving as an independent consultant for review.
In May, Spotify signed a contract worth $100 million with American comedian and UFC colour commentator, Joe Rogan, to bring his ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’ podcast exclusively to the digital-streaming platform by September, including moving his full library, dating back 11 years. Spotify employees protested against some of the comedian’s content.
Witchcraft or witchery is primarily a practice in tribal and indigenous communities to use supernatural means to heal diseases, harm enemies and make predictions for family or community. In India, it is practised in all tribal or indigenous dominated regions, despite prohibitions.
Earlier, a video of the former vice president Joe Biden jokingly calling US troops “stupid bastards” in 2016 went viral, stirring up a reaction on the internet late Friday.
Oman has a lot to lose if it decides formally to normalise ties with Israel, argues Pakistani political analyst and author Sabtain Ahmed Dar, shedding light on Muscat's longstanding special relations with Tehran, Sultan Haitham bin Tariq's foreign policy priorities and the sultanate's role as the Muslim world's peace broker.
The global death toll from the coronavirus infection exceeded 987,000, more than 32.4 million cases have been detected, and almost 22.3 million of those patients have been cured, according to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, which tracks and compiles data from national and local authorities, the media and other sources.