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A memorial ceremony was held recently to pay tribute to the British Indian Army that came to Morib during the Japanese Occupation to fight the Japanese Army.
(Reuters) - The global coronavirus death toll surpassed a million on Tuesday, according to a Reuters tally, a bleak statistic in a pandemic that has devastated the global economy, overloaded health systems and turned daily life upside down.
ADDIS ABABA, Sept. 22 (Xinhua) -- Chen Songheng, General Manager of BGI Ethiopia, a subsidiary company of China's biotech giant, BGI Genomics Co., Ltd., is feeling optimistic about Ethiopia's anti-COVID-19 fight.
SANAA (Reuters) - In the Yemeni capital Sanaa, Mohammed al-Ghazaaly's kidney dialysis machine often cuts out due to an escalating fuel shortage in the country's north.
BANGKOK, Sept 22 (Xinhua): Thailand's Ministry of Public Health late on Monday (Sept 21) said it will be deploying 1.2 million public health volunteers across the country to stem and prepare for a possible second wave of Covid-19 infections.
As scientists around the world rush to find a vaccine to stem the spread of Covid-19, another deadly disease, polio, has become the latest target of misinformation campaigns online.
The keen nose of a dog can pick up smells associated with certain medical conditions.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Members of an independent panel examining how the World Health Organization and countries handled the COVID-19 pandemic were named on Thursday, including former Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo and Britain's former foreign secretary David Miliband.