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LONDON (Reuters) -British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday that people should not get carried away by six days of better COVID-19 infection data, while one of the country's top epidemiologists said the end of the pandemic could be just months away.
Asian stock markets were mixed on Tuesday as investors looked ahead to a Federal Reserve report for an update on when US stimulus might start winding down.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte unabashedly renewed his threat to kill drug dealers in his final state of the nation speech late on Monday (july 26), while defending his non-confrontational approach in the country's territorial dispute with China in the South China Sea.
BENGALURU (Reuters) - WCG Clinical Inc, a clinical trial solutions company backed by Singapore's sovereign wealth fund GIC, said on Tuesday it was aiming to raise up to $765 million in its U.S. initial public offering.
China reported 71 new Covid-19 cases on July 26, the national health authority said on Tuesday, as an outbreak of the highly contagious Delta variant threatens the eastern city of Nanjing.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - It should have been the happiest of times, but Lebanese doctor Israa Seblani does not even have a photograph of her wedding on display as the memories are so painful.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Tokyo's 2,848 COVID-19 infections on Tuesday were the Olympic host city's highest since the pandemic began, officials said, as media reported that authorities had asked hospitals to prepare more beds for patients as the Delta variant drives the surge.
PARIS (Reuters) -Cuba's embassy in Paris said on Tuesday it had been attacked overnight with petrol bombs that caused some damage but no injuries to its staff, in an incident that prompted French authorities to beef up security around the building.
The Indonesian province of South Sumatra has received a donation for Covid-19 aid amounting to 2 trillion Indonesian rupiahs (US$138 million) from family members of late local entrepreneur Akidi Tio.
(Reuters) -Flooding in Myanmar has displaced hundreds of people, residents said on Tuesday, adding to the misery of a nation struggling against a fast-spreading coronavirus outbreak while living through the chaos created by a military coup in February.