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The newsagent’s 2021 sales are so far just 46% of those seen in January 2020
India began supplying coronavirus vaccines to its neighboring countries on Wednesday, as the world’s largest vaccine making nation strikes a balance between maintaining enough doses to inoculate its own people and helping developing countries without the capacity to produce their own shots. India's Foreign Ministry said the country would send 150,000 shots of the AstraZeneca/Oxford University vaccine, manufactured locally by Serum Institute of India, to Bhutan and 100,000 shots to the Maldives on Wednesday. Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Srivastava said India would ensure that domestic vaccine makers have adequate stocks to meet India's domestic needs as it supplies partner countries in the coming months.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers says talk of his side emulating the Foxes' 2016 fairytale Premier League title win is premature given the volatile state of the race for the crown.
Network Rail said it was continuing to respond to flooding on tracks “across the northwest” on the evening of January 19, as Storm Christoph brought heavy rain.Large parts of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland remained under rain and snow warnings due to the storm.Video from Network Rail showed a flooded line near Broughton on the night of January 19. The line was back in operation the following morning, they said. They warned, however, that “journeys may take longer”. Credit: Network Rail via Storyful
The European Union hailed Joe Biden's inauguration later on Wednesday as U.S. president as a "new dawn" for Europe and the United States, while insisting U.S. technology companies should be regulated to stop the "dark forces" of hate speech online. The EU and the United States are the world's top trading powers, along with China, and have close cultural, historical, business and defence ties, but Donald Trump sought to sideline the EU, championing Britain's departure from the bloc.
Thai officials on Wednesday filed criminal charges against a popular former politician, accusing him of defaming the monarchy by broadcasting criticism of government efforts to secure supplies of coronavirus vaccines. The action against Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit came just a day after Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha told reporters that that his government will prosecute anyone who shares false information about coronavirus vaccines. Thanathorn, former leader of the dissolved Future Forward Party, accused the government of acting too slowly in procuring the vaccines.
The spread of the coronavirus in France could sharply accelerate in the coming months due to the emergence of a more contagious variant, two Paris hospital executives said on Wednesday, raising fears of a third lockdown in the country. Karine Lacombe, head of infectious diseases at Paris' Saint Antoine hospital, and Martin Hirsch, director general of the Paris hospitals system, both warned of the extra strain this could put on healthcare infrastructure.
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 21 — Pakatan Harapan has submitted the names of its lawmakers who will sit in the bipartisan committee to decide the expiry of the Emergency, Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar...
Spermicides are chemical contraceptives that are useful additional safeguards when used in conjunction with barrier methods of contraceptives.
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An Israeli non-governmental organisation has accused the Jewish state of "apartheid" in its treatment of Palestinians -- a taboo-breaking move that has seen its representatives banned from speaking in schools.
Melanie Igbe's restaurant hosted 50 people a day when it opened in Nigeria's megacity Lagos a year ago. Fear of coronavirus has driven most diners away, but Igbe believes inflation rather than the pandemic may kill her business. The price of basic ingredients has risen sharply since Cafe de Elyon opened in January 2020, just weeks before Nigeria's first known coronavirus case was diagnosed in Lagos.
PETALING JAYA, Jan 20 — Being cooped up at home during the movement control order isn’t easy under normal circumstances. But being stuck at home with kids is a different ballpark altogether, as...
Can you be fired for joining a violent mob that storms the Capitol? The company promptly fired the man and contacted the FBI, issuing a statement that “any employee demonstrating dangerous conduct that endangers the health and safety of others will no longer have an employment opportunity.” Other companies have also taken action against employees identified in the many photos from inside the Capitol.
The boss of Dixons Carphone has said the retailer is “winning online”, as the firm cheered sales growth. The electricals retailer, which trades as Currys PC World in the UK and Ireland, said electricals like-for-like revenue rose 11% in the 10 weeks to January 9. In the UK and Ireland, there was 8% growth, and online sales more than doubled.
Rapper’s plea for a reduced sentence was denied by prosecutors in December
President-elect Joe Biden and his family touched down at Andrews Air Force Base on January 19 ahead of the inauguration.This footage shows his aircraft, which departed from Wilmington, Delaware, landing at the base.A motorcade of vehicles then drove Biden and his family into Washington. Credit: US Air Force via Storyful
The Philippines will maintain "close and friendly" relations with the United States under President-elect Joe Biden, a top Philippine official said on Wednesday, amid a period of strain in their decades-old alliance. "We congratulate again the incoming president and we look forward to having close and friendly relations with the Biden administration," presidential spokesman Harry Roque told CNN Philippines ahead of Biden's inauguration. Ties have been tested since Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte took office in 2016 and embarked on months of expletive-laden tirades against the United States and threatened repeatedly to scrap their bilateral military agreements.