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ROME, Oct. 29 (Xinhua) -- Even with the coronavirus pandemic still spreading across Europe during summer, Claudio Romano, a top Italian gastroenterologist, remained focused on his work regarding children with cerebral palsy: conducting research and discussing observations with colleagues via online hook-ups.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU leaders aim to make progress on common testing and vaccination strategies at a video conference on Thursday and step up coordination in fighting the fast-expanding COVID-19 pandemic, officials said.
BRASILIA, Oct. 28 (Xinhua) -- The Brazilian Navy has created a commission to monitor marine pollution from oil spills and other pollutants, according to a resolution published in Wednesday's edition of the Government Gazette.
90% drop in visitors to Melaka Zoo since conditional MCO enforced in Klang Valley, says council president
MELAKA: The Melaka Zoo has seen a 90% drop in visitors since the ongoing conditional movement control order (MCO) enforced in the Klang Valley, says its management body.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel will press regional leaders on Wednesday to agree to a partial lockdown in Germany which would see restaurants and bars closed but keep schools open, a draft document seen by Reuters said.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy approved a package of measures on Tuesday to support businesses hit by new restrictions aimed at reining in the coronavirus, hours after daily infections hit a new record high and COVID-19-related deaths jumped.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Only part of the European Union population can be inoculated against the new coronavirus before 2022, EU officials said in an internal meeting, as the vaccines the bloc is securing may not prove effective or may not be manufactured in sufficient doses.
TEHRAN -- Iran announced on Monday 5,960 new COVID-19 confirmed infections in the past 24 hours, taking the tally of the novel coronavirus in the country to 574,856, official news agency IRNA reported.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's parliament on Monday passed a resolution urging the government to recall its envoy from Paris over the publication of images of the Prophet Mohammad in France, accusing President Emmanuel Macron of "hate-mongering" against Muslims.