Day: October 3, 2021

Second Day In Row, Chinese 30 Military Warplanes Have Flown Over Taiwan

October 3, 2021

TAIPEI, Taiwan — On Saturday, China sent more than 30 military warplanes toward Taiwan, marking the second major show of force in as many days. According to Taiwan’s Defense Ministry, 39 planes flew into Taiwan’s air defence identification zone in two missions, one during the day and the other at night. On Friday, 38 planes […]

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COVID Green Pass Restrictions Are Being Tightened in Israel, Causing Outrage

October 3, 2021

JERUSALEM — On Sunday, Israel’s COVID Green Pass was restricted to enable only individuals who had gotten a booster dose of the vaccination or who had just recovered from coronavirus to access indoor events. Nearly 2 million individuals will lose their vaccination passports in the coming days as a result of the revised requirements. Israel […]

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North Korea Threatens Top UN Body

October 3, 2021

SEOUL, South Korea — In a statement issued Sunday, North Korea Threatens the United Nations Security Council against criticizing the isolated country’s missile technology, as well as making other threats against the international organization. During an emergency closed-door meeting of the United Nations’ highest body on Friday, France circulated a draught statement expressing worry over […]

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Dubai’s Expo 2020 Provides Contradicting Data On Worker Fatalities

October 3, 2021

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — On Saturday, Dubai’s Expo 2020 gave contradictory statistics for the number of employees murdered on-site during the huge world’s fair’s construction, first stating five and then saying three. Expo subsequently apologized and called the first number an “error” in a statement.” Authorities had refused for months to provide any data […]

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New COVID-19 Pills Can Keep Newly Diagnosed Patients Out Of The Hospital, Says Company

October 3, 2021

According to early data released by pharmaceutical firms Merck and Ridgeback, COVID-19 Pills taking a five-day course of a specific antiviral medication soon after a COVID-19 diagnosis can reduce the chance of being hospitalized or dying from the virus by half. If the Food and Drug Administration approves molnupiravir, it will be the first antiviral […]

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