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BERLIN (Reuters) - The co-leader of Germany's Greens, Annalena Baerbock, said on Monday she would run to become chancellor in September's elections, the first time the left-leaning party has sought the top job in its 40-year history.
Our reader's Kilimanjaro trekking expedition in September 2014 required four flights and around two days of travelling from Malaysia to Moshi, Tanzania, where the mountain is.
Should businesses scale back on Zoom meetings? Experts weigh in.
Microsoft Corp wants to be at the forefront of that future — and its deal for voice-recognition and AI specialist Nuance Communications Inc shows it’s willing to spend a lot of money to do it.
The global Covid-19 death toll passed three million on Saturday as the pandemic continues to speed up despite vaccination campaigns, leading countries like India to impose new lockdowns to fight spiralling infection numbers.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chile's health authorities said on Thursday they believed a dip in the record case numbers the Andean nation has seen over the past week represents a "stabilization" of a second COVID-19 wave thanks to strict lockdowns and a rapid vaccination program that has fully innoculated a third of the population.
New Zealand is testing a monitoring app that uses AI to detect coronavirus before the user develops any noticeable symptoms, putting it on a trial run on its at-risk border workers.
Sleep is as crucial to our bodies as food and drink, and needs to be given proper priority.
People who want to choose which Covid-19 vaccine to take can now refer to the Ministry of Health’s (MOH’s) website, where the full list of vaccination centres and vaccines has now been made available.