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‘Cheap trick’: China rebuffs latest Taiwan offer of talks

Taiwan is ready to have "meaningful" talks with China as equals as long as they are willing to put aside confrontation, President Tsai Ing-wen said on Friday.

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UK reactivates emergency COVID-19 hospitals, closes London primary schools

With more than 50,000 new daily cases of COVID-19 for the last four days, the health service said it was preparing for an anticipated rush of patients and needed more beds.

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Pfizer and BioNTech to offer COVID vaccine to volunteers who got placebo

Trial participants who received the placebo will have two doses of the investigational vaccine reserved for them within the study, the companies said on the website.

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AstraZeneca expects to supply 2 million doses of Covid vaccine every week in UK: Report

Britain, which has recorded more than 50,000 new daily cases of COVID-19 for the last four days, is dealing with a rapid spread of a much more infectious variant of the coronavirus.

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Norway lifts ban on flights from UK introduced due to virus variant

Oslo announced on Thursday it would introduce from Jan. 2 mandatory COVID-19 tests for all people arriving in the Nordic country from abroad, either directly upon arrival or up to 24 hours after.

Following the lead of other European nations, Norway on Dec. 21 halted travel from Britain after news that the new variant of the virus was rapidly spreading.

Coronavirus vaccine update: Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine set to become first one approved in India

Britain and Argentina have already authorised the vaccine for urgent public use.

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COVID-19: BioNTech founders warn of vaccine supply gaps

BioNTech is working flat out with partner Pfizer to boost production of their COVID-19 vaccine, its founders said, warning there would be gaps in supply until other vaccines were rolled out.

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WHO gives ‘emergency validation’ to Pfizer-BioNTech corona vaccine, calls for equitable global access

The WHO, together with the GAVI Vaccine Alliance and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), are spearheading a global effort called COVAX to distribute vaccines to low- and middle-income countries.

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U.S Stocks: Wall Street rises on hopes of Covid-19 vaccine-fueled recovery

Covid-19 vaccine developers like Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Pfizer Inc, BioNTech SE and Johnson & Johnson and Moderna Inc were mixed after approval of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 shot.

U.S Stocks: Wall Street rises on hopes of Covid-19 vaccine-fueled recovery

New coronavirus variant does not cause illness more severe than others: Study

Several other countries have reported variants.Under the study, researchers compared 1,769 people infected with the new variant with 1,769 who had what they described as "wild-type" virus.

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Diego Costa ends second spell at Atletico Madrid, club terminates striker’s contract

Diego Costa ends contract at Atletico Madrid: Costa helped Atletico to the Spanish title with 27 goals and they also reached the 2014 Champions League final but lost 4-1 to rivals Real Madrid in extra-time after Costa was for

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U.S stocks: S&P 500, Dow at record levels on fiscal aid relief, Covid-19 vaccine optimism

Wall Street's three main indexes opened at new highs for a second straight session after President Donald Trump signed a $2.3 trillion fiscal bill that restored jobless benefits to millions of Americans and averted a federal

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Earthquake of magnitude 6.4 strikes Croatia, Slovenia shuts nuclear power plant

Croatia Earthquake: In neighbouring Slovenia, the STA news agency said the country's sole nuclear power plant, which is 100 km (60 miles) from the epicentre, was shut down as a precaution.

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AirAsia का बड़ा फैसला, टाटा सन्स को बेचेगी भारतीय कारोबार में 32.67% हिस्सेदारी

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AirAsia Group Bhd plans to sell 32.67 pc of its stake in its Indian operations to Tata Sons for 37.7 million dollar

US House approves $2,000 coronavirus aid checks sought by Trump

The Democratic-led U.S. House of Representatives voted 275-134 to meet President Donald Trump's demand for $2,000 COVID-19 relief checks on Monday, sending the measure on to an uncertain future in the Republican-controlled Se

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Explainer: Where are we in the COVID-19 vaccine race?

U.S. drugmaker Pfizer and German partner BioNTech are the COVID-19 vaccine trailblazers.

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Russian president Vladimir Putin decides to receive coronavirus vaccine

Russia launched a voluntary vaccination programme with the Russia-made Sputnik V vaccine earlier in December, starting with the most vulnerable groups in Moscow.

"He said he will be vaccinated, he made this decision and was waiting until all formalities are completed," the spokesman was quoted as saying to Rossiya 1 TV Channel on its website.

‘The beginning of the end’: Europe rolls out vaccines to see off pandemic

Europe launched a massive vaccination drive on Sunday with pensioners and medics lining up to take the first shots to see off the COVID-19 pandemic that has crippled economies and claimed more than 1.7 million lives worldwide

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Coronavirus: China’s Walvax to make COVID-19 vaccine candidate similar to AstraZeneca’s – media

Mass production for the proposed vaccine could begin in mid-2021, with an estimated capacity of 200 million doses a year, said Health Times, a paper run by the People's Daily.

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Covid-19: BioNTech CEO says will work with others to boost vaccine capacity

BioNTech Chief Executive Ugur Sahin said his company would be open to cooperating with others as it looks to increase production capacity for its COVID-19 vaccine developed with Pfizer and was considering opening an office in

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Sweden confirms first case of variant coronavirus in visitor from UK

Health Agency official Sara Byfors told a news conference the traveller had been isolating and that no further positive cases had so far been detected.

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‘Window of hope’: Europe prepares to launch COVID-19 vaccinations

Hungary gets a head start on EU peers with rollout; France, Germany, Italy among others to follow on Sunday


EXPLAINER: New coronavirus variant in South Africa: Are concerns justified?

First identified in Nelson Mandela Bay, along South Africa's east coast, the new variant of coronavirus spread rapidly to other districts in the Eastern Cape, and to the Western Cape and KZN provinces.

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Paris St Germain sack German coach Thomas Tuchel

PSG sack Thomas Tuchel: Tuchel, who guided PSG to the Champions League final in August which they lost to Bayern Munich, oversaw a 4-0 home win against Racing Strasbourg less than 24 hours ago as they moved within a point of

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Bangladesh, India finalising first bilateral rice deal in 3 years, say sources

India, the world's biggest rice exporter, is offering a steep discount to supplies from rivals Thailand and Vietnam to cut its surplus after a bumper harvest.

"We are negotiating with Bangladesh," said a spokesman for NAFED (the National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India Ltd). "NAFED is in a position to supply up to 500,000 tonnes rice to Bangladesh."
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