Greek President Notes Need to Accelerate Reforms for Roma Integration

ATHENS — President of the Hellenic Republic Katerina Sakellaroopoulou pointed out the need to accelerate the reforms needed for the social integration, equality, strengthening and participation of the Roma in the life of the country, at the launch of the online “International Anniversary Conference of Roma 1971-2021” which was held onContinue Reading

Brazil in ‘biological Fukushima as Covid deaths seen in one day

Brazil saw over 4,000 deaths from Covid-19 on Tuesday alone, as the epidemic turns into what one expert called a “biological Fukushima”. Brazil ’s exponential surge is set to surpass the numbers seen within the United States in January, when almost 80,000 people died from the disease. “It’s a nuclear reactor that has set off aContinue Reading

Western Australia coronavirus update as at 25 March 2021

The Department of Health has reported two new cases of COVID-19 overnight.The new cases are males in his 40s and 50s who have returned from overseas travel and are currently in hotel quarantine.The State’s total number now stands at 934.WA Health is monitoring 10 active cases of COVID-19 and 915 people have recovered from the…Continue Reading

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COVID news live latest updates UK and EU regulators hold press conferences on AstraZeneca Oxford vaccine over blood clots

Coronavirus latest: Moderna vaccine rollout begins in the UK; regulators holding Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine press conferences over blood clot fears.Continue Reading

Brazils coronavirus death toll passes a day for first time

Covid crisis ‘out of control’, says expert as president Jair Bolsonaro continues to resist lockdown Brazil’s coronavirus catastrophe has deepened further after more than 4,000 daily deaths were reported for the first time since the outbreak began in February last year. At least 4,195 people were reported to have lostContinue Reading

Third Covid wave ‘could hit this summer once all lockdown measures are lifted Government scientists warns

Boris Johnson’s easing of lockdown measures could create a wave of Covid infections akin to that seen during spring last year, the government’s scientific advisors have warned. The Prime Minister confirmed shops, hairdressers and pub beer gardens will reopen from April 12 in England and urged the public against complacency when it came toContinue Reading