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55,000 people volunteered to try the Covid-19 Russian vaccine

Bonnie Crossman 14 Sep 2020

The Russian Direct Investment Fund said 55,000 people signed up for the Sputnik V vaccine trial in Moscow, far exceeding the required figure of 40,000.

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Rift with USA, Germany toward China

Bonnie Crossman 09 Jul 2020

Immediately after Germany agreed to launch $ 10 billion to save Lufthansa last month, the airline announced the resumption of the Frankfurt - Shanghai route.

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New Zealand Prime Minister 'horrified' before Floyd's death

Bonnie Crossman 02 Jun 2020

Prime Minister Ardern said she was horrified by George Floyd's death and supported peaceful marches in New Zealand.

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More than 800 people die from nCoV in Spain in a day

BonnieCrossman 28 Mar 2020

Spain recorded an additional 832 deaths from nCoV today, a record increase in 24 hours, bringing the death toll to 5,690 in 72,248 cases.

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Japan has been criticized for too little nCoV testing

BonnieCrossman 18 Mar 2020

The Japanese government has been criticized for only testing nCoV for more than 32,000 people, only about one-tenth of South Korea.

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Chinese lawmakers once warned of an anti-epidemic flaw

BonnieCrossman 06 Mar 2020

A member of parliament from Guangdong province once warned that the government's anti-epidemic plan still had many gaps, potentially threatening an outbreak.

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The nephew loves football of the Sultan of Brunei

BonnieCrossman 28 Nov 2019

Faiq Bolkiah, 20, is the Brunei captain at the 30th SEA Games and also a member of the royal family that owns a huge fortune.

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Miss Russia first showed off the son of the former king of Malaysia

BonnieCrossman 02 Nov 2019

Russian beauty Oksana Voevodina first shared a clear picture of Leon's son and continued to affirm that his father was the former king of Malaysia.

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The bus caught fire after the collision, 35 people died

BonnieCrossman 17 Oct 2019

A bus carrying Muslim pilgrims crashed into a truck in Medina on October 16, killing 35 foreigners.

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How Paris addresses air pollution

BonnieCrossman 12 Oct 2019

Paris identified private vehicles as a major cause of air pollution and took drastic measures to address them, according to two French experts.

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