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UK is observing Prince Philip's funeral after the Duke of Edinburgh passed away on April 09. Meanwhile, the world is struggling with the coronavirus pandemic due to which India, Brazil and UK issuing advisories for locals and pregnant women.
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This is the live coverage of the funeral of Prince Philip, husband of British Queen Elizabeth.
These monoeuvres have come at a time when Russia-Ukraine relations are strained over Russian military presence on its border with the country.
Myanmar military junta leader Min Aung Hlaing will join a special ASEAN summit next week, said Thai foreign ministry on Saturday.
The request has come as Brazil is experiencing one of the worst waves of coronavirus, with the country marking one of the highest death tolls in the world.
The talks featured unusually frank warnings from a Japanese leader against any effort by China to dominate the Indo-Pacific region by 'force or coercion’.
Midge, the 16-year-old crime-fighting pet, stopped breathing hours after she saw her owner lose his battle to cancer.
Kejriwal also admitted that while the situation seemed in control a few days ago, the sudden surge has made the situation spiralling out of control in the capital now.
A state lawmaker in Alabama, who has been practising yoga for years, is aiming to overturn a 28-year-old ban on yoga in state public schools.
This has been reported after experts studied real-world data that showed that more than 90,000 pregnant women have been vaccinated against the virus in the US.
In an exclusive chat with WION, activist Roy Ngerng, who crowdfunded to pay the penalty for libel against Singapore PM, talks about why he thinks people chose to support him.