Friday October 23, 2020
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Published: 01:37 am,Friday 23 October 2020
Facebook (FB) has launched its dating service across 32 European countries after it was delayed for several months because of data privacy concerns, reported Cable News Network (CNN).
Facebook Dating was due to launch February 13 but the rollout was postponed after concerns were raised by Ireland's Data Protection
Published: 00:22 am,Friday 23 October 2020
France's Public Health Agency on Thursday evening reported 41,661 new COVID-19 infections in the last 24 hours, a new record after Saturday's 32,427, reported Xinhua.
The cumulative total infections now stand at 999,043, according to the agency. With a one-day increase of 162 deaths, 34,210 people have died
Published: 23:42 pm,Thursday 22 October 2020
Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has received a permanent residency permit in Russia, his lawyer Anatoly Kucherena said Thursday, reported Xinhua.
The process to obtain the permit took longer than expected due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kucherena was quoted by local media as saying.
Published: 00:32 am,Friday 23 October 2020
Over 21.7 million Italians, making up over one-third of the country's population, have been placed under curfew amid a spike in new coronavirus infections, which numbered 13,860 on Thursday, reported Xinhua, quoting officials.
The Ministry of Health said that 136 patients had died in the past 24 hours,
Published: 00:44 am,Friday 23 October 2020
Ireland has been placed under a nationwide lockdown again starting from Thursday due to the resurgence of COVID-19 cases in the country, reported Xinhua.
Under what the Irish government calls a Level-5 or the highest response to the pandemic, all the people in the country are required to
Published: 14:10 pm,Thursday 22 October 2020
The European Commission has issued its first social bonds on behalf of the European Union (EU) as a fundraiser to help its member states to protect jobs against the economic impacts of the COVID-19, it said Wednesday, reported Xinhua.
The EU is sparing no efforts to safeguard livelihoods
Published: 23:59 pm,Wednesday 21 October 2020
Another 26,688 people in Britain have tested positive for COVID-19, the highest daily increase ever since the pandemic began in the country, according to official figures released Wednesday, reported Xinhua.
The total number of coronavirus cases in the country reached 789,229, while the coronavirus-related deaths in Britain rose
Published: 00:40 am,Thursday 22 October 2020
Turkish authorities seized on Wednesday approximately 20 tons of smuggled wine in the western province of Manisa in massive raids, reported Xinhua.
Following a tip-off, police and gendarmerie forces launched the operations simultaneously at 12 addresses across the province, the state-run Anadolu news agency said.
Some photos published
Published: 23:38 pm,Wednesday 21 October 2020
Britain announced on Wednesday that it will resume talks on future relationship with the European Union (EU) later this week in London, a few days after Downing Street said the post-Brexit negotiations were over, reported Xinhua.
"We are ready to welcome the EU team to London to resume
Published: 00:17 am,Thursday 22 October 2020
German Health Minister Jens Spahn has tested positive for the coronavirus and is now self-isolating, the German news agency dpa quoted his ministry as saying on Wednesday, reported Xinhua.
Spahn tested positive early Wednesday afternoon and went immediately into home quarantine. He has "cold-like" symptoms and the persons
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