The novel coronavirus has infected almost 62 million people and killed over 1.4 million. Here are the updates for November 28:
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that the peace and well-being of millions of Muslims in the West are being threatened under the cover of counterterrorism.
Buyers turn up in smaller numbers at major retailers as online deals and coronavirus surge dull enthusiasm for Black Friday trips to malls.
Health experts question claims vaccine can protect up to 90 percent of people against disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 as reported efficacy was a result of a mistake in dosing a small number of subjects.
More than a million people were screened at US airports to celebrate Thanksgiving holiday with their families despite warnings that mass travel could significantly worsen the pandemic.
The novel coronavirus has infected more than 60 million people and cut short over 1.4 million lives. Here are the updates for November 26:
Six members of the Pakistan cricket squad have tested positive for the novel coronavirus while in managed isolation in Christchurch, New Zealand Cricket said.
He was the country's last democratically elected prime minister before being toppled in 1989 by now-ousted president Omar al Bashir in a military coup.
The novel coronavirus has infected more than 60 million people and cut short over 1.4 million lives. Here are the updates for November 25:
While Covid-19 misinformation is as rampant as the virus, some countries have their own distinct disinformation ecosystems.
As the coronavirus pandemic’s second wave hit countries around the world, the global airline sector will lose a total of $157 billion this year and next, the IATA said.
Speaking during a virtual meeting of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, Turkey's president said member states have been working on cooperating to solve economic problems for some time, but are yet to achieve the coordination they want.
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