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TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Israel has led the world in COVID-19 vaccinations. Now it faces another challenge that other countries will have to grapple with: how to balance public health and the rights of the unvaccinated.
WASHINGTON The White House is losing hope that congressional Republicans will back U.S. President Joe Biden's US$1.9 trillion coronavirus aid bill despite a campaign-style push that has won support from business leaders, local government officials, unions and voters
In Los Angeles, the rumour spread like wildfire through group texts and email chains: The government was testing the appointment system at a new Covid-19 vaccination site at Cal State L.A., and you could help by using a special access code to sign up for a shot.
(Reuters) - France's Six Nations match against Scotland in Paris will go ahead on Sunday as planned after the hosts reported no further positive COVID-19 tests for a second consecutive day, tournament organisers said on Wednesday.
BARNALA, India (Reuters) - More than 100,000 farmers and farm workers gathered in India's northern Punjab state on Sunday in a show of strength against new farm laws, where union leaders called on supporters to amass outside the capital New Delhi on Feb. 27.
After a four year legal saga, UK's top court ruled that Uber drivers are entitled to workers' rights, a decision that could have huge implications to the gig economy.
PETALING JAYA: Industry players and groups are urging youth not to pass up the chance to improve their digital skills, saying that Malaysia has what it takes to achieve targets under the MyDigital initiative.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government issued interim guidance on Thursday sharply limiting who can be arrested and deported by immigration agents, a move that comes as the Biden administration faces growing pressure from activists to scale back deportations.
The Spanish government is preparing strict labour law changes that could mean food-delivery platforms have to formally employ the couriers they rely on.