Thai pro-democracy demonstrators use three-fingers salute during anti-government mass protest Photograph:( AFP )
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He took to social media to make this statement, saying that Brazil will not buy China's Sinovac vaccine against the novel coronavirus.
More than 200 people who had been residents of a coronavirus quarantine have now being asked to get tested for any blood-transmitted diseases, including HIV.
Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, a Louisville police officer who was involved in the controversial shooting of the African-American healthcare worker Breonna Taylor has claimed that the shooting had "nothing to do with race."
Coronavirus pandemic has caused unprecedented loss of lives, and crippled healthcare systems across the globe.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the US Congresswoman from New York’s 14th congressional district has always stirred up a storm - be it during her speeches, or on social media.
Scientists fear that Alaska could soon be hit by a mega-tsunami owing to a landslide which was triggered by melting of glaciers in the region.
In South Korea, nine people have lost their lives after getting flu shots in the last week. This has raised questions about the safety imbued in the vaccine.
'I am currently preparing to lift the state of severe emergency in Bangkok and will do so promptly if there are no violent incidents,' the PM said in a public address.
Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov arrived in Moscow for "consultations with the Russian side," the ministry said in a statement.
The agency has identified an unidentified bot that has created more than 100,000 fake images of women and those images have been shared on public platforms.