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Russia has registered Sputnik light, a single dose Covid vaccine that has 79.4 per cent efficacy. In other news, Covid symptoms have been detected in climbers at Mount Everest. However, officials have dismissed reports of an outbreak. Meanwhile, clashes in Jerusalem have wounded 22 palestinians. Read this and much more in our Top 10 World News
According to the statement, the efficacy of Sputnik Light was calculated based on data obtained from Russians "vaccinated with a single injection, having not received the second one for any reason during the mass vaccination program between December 5, 2020, and April 15, 2021."
The Chinese nationals had reportedly stayed at a hotel in Nepal for two days before flying out of the country on April 21 and later tested positive after they landed at Chongqing airport.
To ensure complete lockdown, police, Rangers, and Army personnel will be deployed in the province in line with the decision of the National Command and Operations Centre (NCOC) to restrict the movement of people during the Eid holidays
The G7 said they were "deeply concerned" by alleged human rights violations and abuses against the minority Uyghur Muslim population in China's western Xinjiang region and Tibet
The United States government had announced on Wednesday that the coronavirus pandemic was a global health crisis which called for extraordinary measures.
"We stand strongly with you... and we look to Russia to cease reckless and aggressive actions," Blinken told Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky during the first visit to Kiev by a senior US official under President Joe Biden.
The legal case centres on the homes of four Palestinian families on land claimed by Jews
These days a hit costs as little as 120 shillings (USD$1.10/0.90 euros), creating a devastating path to dependence for poor, troubled Kenyans
Earlier, the department of tourism had issued a notice urging all the trekkers and climbers to take precaution against the spread of coronavirus.
Beijing expressed anger after New Zealand's parliament passed a watered-down motion on Wednesday, expressing 'grave concern' at human rights abuses involving the Uyghur Muslim minority in China's Xinjiang province