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President of France Emmanuel Macron tests positive for COVID-19

President of France Emmanuel Macron tested positive for Covid 19." The President examined positive for COVID-19 today (Thursday)," the French Presidency said in a statement.

YouTube introduced a new feature that will warn users when they post offensive comments

World : As threats and vulgarity are increasing on social media sites, YouTube has introduced a new feature that will notify users when they post...

How the massacre at Vukovar still casts a long shadow

In his seminal book on the wars on Yugoslavia, British journalist Misha Glenny reports reaching the outskirts of the Croatian city of Vukovar on...

Nagorno-Karabakh truce: Residents face an unclear future

Russian officers have begun what is set to display a 5-year-peacekeeping mission in and about the Nagorno-Karabakh region. Lachin resident Valya Yegiazaryan says she...

Paris and Zurich become world’s most expensive cities to live after COVID-19

Paris and Zurich have entered with Hong Kong to become the costliest cities in the society as the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the prices...

Head of US government agency under pressure to let presidential transition proceed

The head of an unaccountable federal agency that is taking up the presidential turn knew on the Election Day that it might soon have...

North Macedonia accession discussion faces new hurdles from Bulgaria

A dispute over Goce Delchev, a political hero in both Bulgaria and North Macedonia, typifies a variety of conflicts threatening to stall Skopje's investment...

5 tests positive for COVID-19 at World Health Organization’s headquarters

The WHO has reported 65 cases of the coronavirus amongst staff based at its headquarters, including five individuals who worked on the bases and...

Hungary and Poland block EU’s COVID-19 recovery package

Hungary and Poland have declined the EU's trillion-euro coronavirus recovery package because they oppose joining access to Brussels cash. Hungarian government spokesperson Zoltan Kovacs said...

Belgian pigeon sells for €1.6m at a bird auction

New Kim deserves her weight in gold and later some - actually much, much more. A rich Chinese pigeon racing fan put down a...

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Curfew hours remain 8:00 pm to 5:00 am daily: PM Holness

The islandwide curfew hours of 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. daily will remain in place until Tuesday (March 23), as the Government continues to revise measures to control the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

St Lucia :Schedule for roll-out of COVID-19 vaccine

The Ministry of Health of St Lucia informed that the public that Phase 1B of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign has commenced.

Belize participates in the Green Climate Fund Transformational Climate Financing for the Caribbean Regional Dialogue

The Prime Minister of Belize, John Briceño, participated in a high-level session with the Green Climate Fund (GCF) executive and regional leaders to discuss some of the climate vulnerability challenges that Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are facing.

PM Roosevelt Skerrit announces new health centers in Clifton & Roseau

Prime Minister of Dominica Roosevelt Skerrit announced that Clifton & Roseau would soon get a new Health Centers accepting people's longstanding demand.

Belize to get 25,000 COVID-19 vaccines from India by March 6

The Government of Belize announced on Monday that it would get the first batch of 25,000 COVID-19 Astra-Zeneca vaccine jabs from the Government of India by March 6, 2021.