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BEIJING (Global Times): The lab-leak theory, that Covid-19 was leaked from a laboratory, has once again caused a clamour since the beginning of this year, months after the argument was thrown into the trash can of conspiracy theories by an overwhelming number of scientists.
MAIDUGURI/ABUJA (Reuters) - A group of fighters from Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram pledged allegiance to rivals the Islamic State West African Province (ISWAP) weeks after the former group's leader died, according to a video seen by Reuters.
Millions of older adults are newly motivated to get online and participate in digital offerings after being shut inside, hoping to avoid the virus, for more than a year. But many need assistance and aren’t sure where to get it.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran said on Saturday it believes a reinstatement of its 2015 nuclear deal with major world powers is possible but warned that Tehran “will not negotiate forever”.
VIENNA/PARIS (Reuters) -The U.N. nuclear watchdog on Friday demanded an immediate reply from Iran on whether it would extend a monitoring agreement that expired overnight, prompting an Iranian envoy to respond that Tehran was under no obligation to provide an answer.
(Reuters) - Iran criticised as "highly politicised" on Friday a report by a special Canadian forensic team that accused the country of incompetence and recklessness over the downing of a Ukrainian passenger plane last year.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A member of the Ugandan Olympic team who tested positive for the coronavirus upon arrival in Japan had the Delta variant, Japan's Olympic minister said on Friday, adding to concern the Games - less than a month away - may trigger a new wave of infections.
The flood of claims began after journalist Sarah Kellapatha tweeted last week that a male colleague had threatened to rape her while working at an unnamed newspaper..
HONG KONG (Reuters): Hong Kong's pro-democracy tabloid Apple Daily will stop operating no later than Saturday (June 26), its publisher, Next Digital, said on Wednesday after national security police arrested another employee of the besieged newspaper.
DUBAI (Reuters) -The U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday it seized 36 Iranian-linked websites, many of them associated with either disinformation activities or violent organizations, taking them offline for violating U.S. sanctions.