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TAIPEI (Reuters) - Thousands of people took to Taipei's streets on Sunday for the annual "Autumn Struggle" protest march organised by labour groups, with much of the anger focused on the government's decision to ease restrictions on imports of U.S. pork.
TAIPEI (Reuters): Thousands of people thronged Taipei's streets on Sunday (Nov 22) for the annual "Autumn Struggle" protest march organised by labour groups, with much of the anger focused on the government's decision to ease restrictions on imports of US pork.
A theatre play by KL Shakespeare Players and Nyoba Kan receives special mention in Milan.
SCIENTISTS in the environmental health field are calling for an integrated approach to prevent future outbreaks of disease as well as to mitigate the climate crisis.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Thailand’s export of pigs and chicken in the first 10 months of this year was far higher compared to the same period last year, the Department of Livestock Development said.
From 'rojak' street language in KL to Hong Kong's iconic trams, rapid development is altering city soundscapes.
Roundup: No evidence for SARS-CoV-2 variant in minks to affect future COVID-19 vaccines: WHO experts
GENEVA, Nov. 6 (Xinhua) -- Experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) said Friday that there is no evidence at the moment that the mutation of SARS-CoV-2 virus in minks, as found in Denmark, will affect the efficacy of future vaccines for COVID-19.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Denmark is taking steps to prevent the establishment of "a new animal reservoir for this virus", the WHO's technical lead for COVID-19 Maria Van Kerkhove said on Friday, after the country reported widespread coronavirus outbreaks in mink farms.
GENEVA/LONDON (Reuters) - The World Health Organization is looking at biosecurity around mink farms in countries across the world to prevent further "spillover events" after Denmark ordered a national mink cull due to an outbreak of coronavirus infections in the animals.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - More than 300 Brazilians gathered on São Paulo's main commercial thoroughfare on Sunday to protest state Governor João Doria's support for mandatory COVID-19 immunization and testing the potential vaccine developed by China's Sinovac.