Top ten world news: Biden to rally G7 allies, UK vows to share vaccines and more

WION Web Team
New Delhi, Delhi, IndiaUpdated: Feb 19, 2021, 07:56 PM IST
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Here are the top headlines that ruled the international arena today.

US President Joe Biden will on Friday rally global democracies and European allies to work together to address a range of concerns about China | READ MORE

Some of the world's wealthiest countries are promising to share coronavirus vaccines with the poorest, but details of when and how many remain scarce as leaders of the Group of Seven economic powers hold their first meeting of 2021 on Friday | READ MORE

The United States says it has decided to de-link its suspension of millions of dollars of aid to Ethiopia from that country's dispute with Egypt over a massive hydroelectric dam project | READ MORE

More than four years after ending its controversial one-child policy, China is considering additional measures to increase its flagging birthrate | READ MORE

The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) officials on Friday said that four 'Helina' anti-tank missiles were launched from Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) Dhruv helicopter at Pokhran ranges in Rajasthan | READ MORE

An Indian-American scientist, Swati Mohan, played a pivotal role in landing NASA's historic Perseverance rover on the Martian surface on Friday | READ MORE

The first dose of the Pfizer vaccination is 85 per cent effective against coronavirus infection between two and four weeks after inoculation | READ MORE

Britain's top court on Friday ruled that ride-hailing giant Uber's drivers are entitled to workers' rights, in a judgment with huge implications for the "gig economy" | READ MORE

China's Sinovac delivered 1 million doses of its Covid vaccine CoronaVac to Hong Kong on Friday | READ MORE