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LONDON (Reuters) - Anthony Fauci, the top U.S. infectious diseases expert, apologised on Thursday after casting doubt over the rigour of the British regulators who approved the Pfizer vaccine against COVID-19 and said he had faith in their work.
CAIRO, Dec. 3 (Xinhua) -- The tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Iran, the worst-hit country in the Middle East, crossed the threshold of 1 million on Thursday. Meanwhile, Turkey reported 32,381 cases, including 6,511 symptomatic patients, for the past 24 hours.
LONDON (Reuters) - Top U.S. infectious diseases expert Anthony Fauci apologised on Thursday for casting doubt on the rigour of the British regulators who approved the Pfizer Inc vaccine against COVID-19, saying he had faith in the quality of their work.
PETALING JAYA: The upcoming Star Education Fair 2020 will see some 40 exhibitors on hand to answer all your questions about studying locally and abroad.
KOTA KINABALU: Two friends from the hilly district of Ranau were among 41 youths from Sabah who were offered a Petronas education sponsorship this year.
(Reuters) - Refugees and humanitarian workers said on Thursday some of the thousands of Rohingya being shipped to a remote island had been coerced, despite government assertions that none would be forced to go.
ACCRA (Reuters) - With two old rivals facing off in Ghana's presidential election on Dec. 7 amid familiar economic woes, many voters are paying more attention to a new element in the political mix - the first ever female vice-presidential candidate for a major party.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Nearly half a million South Korean students nervously began a hyper-competitive university entrance exam on Thursday, with COVID-19 students taking the exam in hospital and others separated by transparent barriers.