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CAIRO, Oct. 24 (Xinhua) -- The total number of COVID-19 infections confirmed in Iran reached 652,705 on Saturday, after an overnight registration of 5,814 new cases. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) said it will provide 2 million U.S. dollars in aid for Iraq to cope with the pandemic.
Iran's head of airline's public relations office Hossein Jahani said on Friday that Iran Air's scheduled flights to England, France, Austria, Germany, and Italy resumed after a halt over the coronavirus outbreak and are carried out on schedule, Trend reports citing İRNA .
Jahani said that Iran Air now has about 7 European routes in a scheduled and s
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British-Iranian aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was summoned by an Iranian Revolutionary Court on Tuesday and informed about a new charge, state television reported. "Branch 15 of the Islamic Revolutionary Court summoned Nazanin Zaghari and her designated lawyer this morning and informed her of a new indictment," state television cited an unnamed official as saying on its website. Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a project manager with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, was arrested in April 2016 at a Tehran airport as she headed back to Britain with her daughter after a family visit. She was sentenced to
TEHRAN, Iran, Sept. 8
Iran's Vice President for Economic Affairs Mohammad Nahavandian announced a 168 percent increase in payments for local businesses affected by the coronavirus outbreak, Trend reports via Mehr News Agency.
'The total government`s support to businesses suffered by the coronavirus outbreak reached $897 mil
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Sunday that while House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is refusing to negotiate a new coronavirus stimulus package unless Republicans are willing to spend at least $2.5 trillion, she has agreed to a continuing resolution that will keep the government from shutting down.
Republican senators advanced President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, setting up a final vote on Monday. Joe Biden, pressed to take a stand on court packing, said courts were “getting out of whack” and that he’d ask scholars for advice rather than take quick action. The candidates’ last debate tonight will feature mute buttons.
National Guard soldiers have helped notify 800 people who tested positive for the coronavirus but initially weren't told because of a backlog of cases. The backlog was due to a recent sharp increase in coronavirus cases. North Dakota leads the nation with more than 1,272 new cases per 100,000 people over the past two weeks, according to the COVID Tracking Project.
BAGHDAD: War-scarred Iraq hopes to launch reforms and revive its battered economy, but the drive is being derailed by a wave of violence blamed largely on shadowy pro-Iranian groups. Since Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi took office in May, he has promised to rein in rogue militias, fight corruption and roll out long-awaited restructuring after years of war and insurgency.
Ubiquitous face masks, partitions, social distances, customer-service protocols, not-yet-fulfilled refunds, and self-quarantined at home on a mass scale, as well as closed borders, canceled events, and changing policies challenge tourism industry insiders to forecast what the lingering impact of the novel coronavirus could be on the way we travel.
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Misinformation has been a part of political life in the Middle East and North Africa for years; the coronavirus era has proved no exception. A volatile region where three wars are being fought can ill afford coronavirus-related lies and nationalistic pandemic one-upmanship.
France expects more severe COVID cases in next 15 days France must stay vigilant as more people will be hospitalised in intensive care units in the next two weeks, reflecting a flare-up in COVID-19 infections in recent days, Health Minister Olivier Veran said on Saturday.
Just over a month away from its December PDUFA date, Alnylam flaunted new data from two Phase III studies to back lumasiran in primary hyperoxaluria type 1 (PH1), a rare liver condition. The Cambridge, MA-based biotech snagged a priority review for the candidate back in June, and got positive feedback
For the second day in a row, Iran announced on Monday its highest single-day death toll from the coronavirus with 272 people confirmed dead. The announcement by Health Ministry spokeswoman Sima Sadat Lari saw Iran also give its single-day highest count of new cases with 4,206 new patients. Iran has seen the worst outbreak in the Middle East, with more than 500,000 confirmed cases. It has recorded over 28,800 deaths and 409,000 recoveries.
13,000: A huge fire destroyed Europe's largest refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, leaving roughly 13,000 people without any shelter. While the cause of the blaze is still unknown, human rights groups have long complained that overcrowded camps would someday cause a major disaster on Lesbos....
DUBAI: Students in Iran are not required to attend schools due to the coronavirus outbreak in the country, local daily Radio Farda reported on Wednesday citing Minister of Education Mohsen Haji-Mirzaei. The minister’s statement came a week after he obliged all students to go back to schools outside coronavirus hotspots, the report said.
BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 8
By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:
As many as 2,302 people have been infected with the coronavirus (COVID-19) in the past 24 hours in Iran, said Sima Sadat Lari, spokesperson for Iran's Ministry of Health and Medical Education, Trend reports citing the ministry.
According to Sadat Lari, 132 more people have died f
DUBAI: The Iran Medical Council (IMC) has questioned the country’s education ministry’s decision to reopen schools amid the coronavirus pandemic, national media Radio Farda has reported. IMC head Mohammad Reza Zafarqandi has raised concerns over the decision which he described as a “sudden u-turn,” adding it would add “burden on the country’s medical workers.” “When an