Thu 26 November 2020:
The number of deaths worldwide from COVID-19 surpassed the 60 million mark Wednesday, according to Johns Hopkins University.
The US-based university has recorded 60,174,732 cases and 1,417,153 deaths since the virus emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan in December.
The US continues to be hardest hit by the disease, with more than 261,000 deaths and over 12.7 million cases, followed by India with 9.2 million cases, Brazil with 6.1 million and France with 2.2 million.
KAZAKHSTAN FORMS NEW CABINET
AFTER PARLIAMENTARY POLLS
VIOLENCE FLARES FOR THIRD
DAY IN SUDAN’S DARFUR
PALESTINIANS EXPECTED TO RECEIVE
FIRST BATCH OF RUSSIAN VACCINES
NO INDICATION OF INSIDER THREAT
BEFORE JOE BIDEN INAUGURATION:
ACTING PENTAGON CHIEF
SOUTH AFRICA COVID-19 CASES DROP,
AS SCIENTISTS STUDY NEW VARIANT
NEW WAY TO RECYCLE SOFT PLASTICS
YOU CAN ENHANCE CONCRETE WITH IT
ISIS LANDMINES KILL 10 RUSSIA-
BACKED FIGHTERS IN SYRIA’S HOMS
BABRI SETTLEMENT MOSQUE
PROJECT TO START JAN 26
DESPITE OBJECTION FROM
DESPITE PANDEMIC, CHINA’S
ECONOMY GREW 2.3% IN 2020
WANTS 70% VACCINATION
RATE IN BLOC BY SUMMER
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