Tue, 31 Mar 2020

Fortnight of self-isolation imposed as Irish virus cases exceed 2,100

DUBLIN, Ireland - Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has expanded upon measures being undertaken and expanded upon to combat the coronavirus. Ireland's ...

UN: Without Cease-Fire, Syria at Risk of COVID Calamity

NEW YORK - The United Nation's top envoy for Syria warned Monday that the coronavirus could be a new "calamity" ...

Russia Embraces Quarantine Tactics Amid Coronavirus Surge

MOSCOW - Russia tightened controls aimed at combating the spread of the coronavirus on Monday, with Moscow introducing temporary quarantine ...

Irish Open joins list of postponements

The European Tour added the Irish Open to its growing list of coronavirus-related postponements on Monday. The second Rolex Series ...

Italy sees signs of slowing contagion despite heavy toll

Italy reported fresh evidence Monday that weeks of life spent under a national lockdown could slow the spread of the ...

Opposition leader in Niger freed under coronavirus prison release

The main opposition figure in Niger, Hama Amadou, who has been in prison since last November for alleged baby smuggling, ...

Turkey Excludes Jailed Journalists From COVID-19 Release Plan

Turkey's government has excluded journalists from a plan to free approximately one-third of prisoners in response to the coronavirus.If passed, ...

US records more than 150,000 COVID-19 cases, 2,800 deaths

Washington [US], Mar 31 (Sputnik/ANI): The number of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases within the United States surpassed 150,000, the Johns ...

Coronavirus death toll exceeds 3000 in France

Paris [France], March 31 (Sputnik/ANI): Over 400 people have died from the coronavirus in France's hospitals over the past 24 ...

France reports record 418 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours

France on Monday reported its highest daily number of deaths from Covid-19 since the coronavirus epidemic began, saying 418 more ...

How Africa's academic diaspora can help revive higher education back home

The academic world is not as distant from everyday reality as some might think. In the late 1970s, the global ...

What African scholars think of studying in Denmark

During the 1990s, the World Bank and other major aid organisations focused on primary and secondary rather than higher education ...

JSE wrap | Strong gains for local stocks despite Moody's downgrade

The JSE advanced on Monday as most global markets traded mostly mixed on the day. Gains were seen despite weakness ...

UEFA to meet to debate options for ravaged football fixture calendar

UEFA will hold a videoconference on Wednesday this week with its 55 member federations as part of discussions on the ...

Coronavirus | British & Irish Lions ticket allocation ballot delayed

SA Rugby and the British & Irish Lions have jointly agreed to postpone the on-sale dates for the ticket ballots ...

F1 team helps develop breathing aid for coronavirus patients

Medical researchers and engineers have teamed up with Formula One outfit Mercedes to adapt a breathing aid for mass production ...

Villa's Grealish apologises, fined for breaking isolation rules

Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish posted a public apology on Monday for breaking UK government guidelines on social distancing as ...

Red Bull official wanted drivers to deliberately catch coronavirus

Red Bull motorsport consultant Helmut Marko has admitted that he wanted the team's Formula One drivers to deliberately contract coronavirus ...

Coronavirus: Latest global developments

Here are the latest developments in the coronavirus crisis:More than 700 000 cases More than 727 080 cases of infection ...

Olympic Games set for July 23August 8, 2021

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Tokyo Olympics will open in 2021 in the same time slot scheduled for the games in 2020.Tokyo ...

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What African scholars think of studying in Denmark

During the 1990s, the World Bank and other major aid organisations focused on primary and secondary rather than higher education ...

Villa's Grealish apologises, fined for breaking isolation rules

Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish posted a public apology on Monday for breaking UK government guidelines on social distancing as ...

Bonding with baby: what it should feel like and how long it may take

We often assume that giving birth triggers immediate feelings of joy and unconditional love that last a lifetime. But after ...

How the Russian Spetsnaz was born

These "commandos" were some of the most combat-ready units of the Russian army in World War I. Under a skull-and-bones ...

Dr Murad Baloch urges Sweden to find missing Baloch journalist

Quetta [Pakistan], Mar 29 (ANI): The Secretary-General of Baloch National Movement Dr Murad Baloch on Sunday said that the Swedish ...

Belarus Does Not Give Up on Football

Football leagues around the world have canceled soccer games for the foreseeable future as one of the measures to slow ...

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Abbott Ireland announces expansion plans, new jobs

DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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