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Feb 22, 2021
Dakarr (Senegal ), February 22: The number of deaths related to COVID-19 in Senegal topped 800 with 13 additional death cases registered in the past 24 hours, the Senegalese Ministry of Health and Social Action announced Sunday.
Turkish, Iranian presidents discuss cooperation possibilities in varied fields
Feb 22, 2021
White House expects to catch up on vaccine deliveries in coming days
Nearly 50% of Trump's supporters say would choose Trump's party over Republicans, poll shows
China slams Trump for cutting ties, urges Washington to lift all tariffs and sanctions
Army officer in Seoul tests positive for coronavirus
Eight foreigners, 1 Korean test positive for COVID-19 after party at USFK member's home
Pyeongtaek (South Korea), February 22: Eight foreigners and one South Korean have tested positive for the new coronavirus after attending a party at a...
IAEA chief talks with Iran's nuke chief, FM over settlement of nuke issues
Tehran (Iran), February 22: The chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Sunday held talks with the head of Atomic Energy Organization of...
Nigeriens vote peacefully in 2nd round of presidential election
Niamey (Nigeria), February 22: Voting for the second round of Niger's presidential election began on Sunday as more than 7.4 million Nigeriens are expected at...
All UK adults to be offered coronavirus vaccine by July 31:PM
London (UK), February 22: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged that every adult in Britain will be given a jab of the COVID-19 vaccine...
Brazil exceeds 245,000 deaths from COVID-19
Feb 21, 2021
Rio de Janeiro (Africa), February 21: Brazil registered 1,212 deaths from COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, raising the death toll to 245,977, the...
Argentina reports 5,944 new cases of COVID-19
Buenos Aires (Argentina), February 21: Argentina reported 5,944 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, bringing the national tally to 2,060,625, the health ministry said.
Cargo handling at seaports down 1.6 pct in Jan
Seoul (South Korea), February 21: The amount of cargo processed at South Korea's seaports moved down 1.6 percent in January from a year earlier amid...
Retail investors pare down net stock buying in Feb
Seoul (South Korea), February 21:South Korean retail investors pared down their net buying of local stocks in February as the country's key stock index traded...
Russia in talks with several Austrian companies on Sputnik V production, RDIF CEO says
VIENNA (Sputnik) - Moscow is negotiating with several Austrian companies to set up production of Russian coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V in this country, Russian Direct...
Jordan suspends reopening more sectors as COVID-19 cases increase
Amman (Jordan), February 21: Jordan decided on Saturday to suspend the reopening of more sectors due to a recent increase in COVID-19 infections.
Palestinian president enacts decree to consolidate public freedoms ahead of general elections
More than 200 illegal migrants rescued off Libyan coast: UNHCR
Africa's confirmed COVID-19 cases exceed 3.81 mln
UN voices concern over arbitrary detention of young Libyan woman
NYS COVID-19 positivity rate down to lowest level since Nov 23: Governor
Egypt, Spain hold joint naval exercise in Red Sea
Russia confirms world's 1st case of human infection with A(H5N8) bird flu virus
IAEA chief in Tehran ahead of Iran's deadline to withdraw from additional protocol
Global new COVID-19 cases decline for 5 weeks but "we're not out of the woods yet": WHO
Feb 20, 2021
Xi stresses full, accurate, comprehensive implementation of new development philosophy