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JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A South African report into excess deaths over the past year suggests more than 133,000 people in the country have died from COVID-19, far more than the official tally of nearly 55,000.
KOTA KINABALU: A rescued female juvenile green turtle, diagnosed with floater syndrome probably due to ingesting plastics or having bacterial infection, has been released back into the sea by the Sabah Wildlife Department’s Wildlife Rescue Unit.
KOTA KINABALU: A rescued female juvenile green sea turtle previously diagnosed with floater syndrome was released back into the sea by Sabah Wildlife Department’s Wildlife Rescue Unit.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - World Bank President David Malpass on Wednesday urged wealthy countries to quickly free up excess vaccines for developing economies that are now facing greater needs, by exporting stockpiled doses and giving up options for future deliveries.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -A top scientific adviser to the Indian government warned on Wednesday the country would inevitably face further waves of the coronavirus pandemic, as almost 4,000 people died in the space of a day.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia reported 8,697 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, including 2,699 in Moscow, taking the official national tally since the pandemic began to 4,823,255.
“SHOOT for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars” – that was my vision for the year 2020.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan's western prefecture of Osaka confirmed a record daily total of 1,262 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, along with 41 deaths, national broadcaster NHK reported.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia reported 9,270 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, including 3,208 in Moscow, taking the official national tally since the pandemic began to 4,814,558.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina's stalled soy harvest is set for a boost from a period of expected dry weather, meteorologists and grains analysts said, after recent heavy rains in key farming areas had slowed down farmers gathering in their crops.