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Coronavirus R0: What is the R number and why does it matter?

Experts keep discussing the value of R, but what is it and why does it matter?, breaking Coronavirus R0: What is the R number and why does it matter? news, latest news

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Coronavirus leaves South American tourism operators in the lurch

In normal years, tourism in Chile’s natural paradise, Pucon, is thriving. But with travel restrictions amid a pandemic, residents whose livelihood is dependent on tourism are suffering — with no clear end in sight. breaking Coronavirus leaves South American tourism operators in the lurch, news, latest news

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Health must come before the economy, insists top UN official for Latin America and the Caribbean

In Latin America, where much of the region has dealt with years of sluggish growth, the economic crisis brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic is pushing millions more into poverty, says Alicia Bárcena, the head of the UN regional body for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)., breaking Health must come before the economy, insists top UN official for Latin America and the Caribbean, news, latest news

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Somen Mitra, The Veteran Congress Leader’s 5 Decades In Politics

West Bengal Congress chief Somen Mitra, who died on Thursday, will go down in history as a leader who could make friends with rivals with the consummate ease of a political craftsman but failed to…, breaking Somen Mitra, The Veteran Congress Leader’s 5 Decades In Politics, news, latest news

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Time Out: Cesc Fabregas on his career and racism in football

AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas talks to Christina Macfarlane about his career, who the most impactful coach he’s had in his career is and what he thinks of BLM and racism in football., breaking Time Out: Cesc Fabregas on his career and racism in football, latest news, sport ,

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COVID-19: UN chief outlines path to sustainable, inclusive recovery in Southeast Asia

Tackling inequality, bridging the digital divide, greening the economy, and upholding human rights and good governance will be critical for Southeast Asia to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, the UN Secretary-General said on Thursday., breaking COVID-19: UN chief outlines path to sustainable, inclusive recovery in Southeast Asia, news, latest news

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Asia-Pacific: ‘Call to action’ highlights role of family farmers amidst COVID-19 pandemic

Although hundreds of millions of smallholder family farmers in Asia-Pacific produce a majority of the world’s food, the COVID-19 pandemic is having a disproportionate impact on their livelihoods, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)., breaking Asia-Pacific: ‘Call to action’ highlights role of family farmers amidst COVID-19 pandemic, news, latest news

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Black footballers too ‘scared’ to look at social media due to racist abuse, says Zaha

English Premier League star Wilfried Zaha says that he is too “scared to even look up my direct messages” because of the amount of abuse he gets on social media. Zaha opened up about the horrific messages he received from a 12-year-old boy on Instagram, and the backlash that followed when he raised awareness about this on social media., breaking Black footballers too ‘scared’ to look at social media due to racist abuse, says Zaha, latest news, sport ,

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Germany: The right-wing hatred of women

German lawmakers are not paying enough attention to the danger of misogynist ideologies. They have and continue to incite violence against women, and can serve as a gateway to more radical right-wing worldviews., breaking Germany: The right-wing hatred of women, news, latest news

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Human rights report details ‘heartbreaking’ accounts of women detained in DPRK

Women forcibly returned to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) are subjected to torture, ill treatment, sexual abuse, and other violations, according to a report published on Tuesday by the UN Human Rights office., breaking Human rights report details ‘heartbreaking’ accounts of women detained in DPRK, news, latest news

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Survivors of southern Kaduna killings speak out

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COVID-19 means development setbacks for Mongolia: a UN Resident Coordinator blog

Mongolia has recorded very few cases of COVID-19, less than 300 to date, despite its more than 4,000 kilometre porous border with China. However, the country faces a major economic impact from the pandemic, says Tapan Mishra, the UN Resident Coordinator in Mongolia., breaking COVID-19 means development setbacks for Mongolia: a UN Resident Coordinator blog, news, latest news

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Human rights office decries disproportionate use of force in US protests

People taking part in peaceful demonstrations across the United States, and journalists covering these protests, should not be subjected to disproportionate use of force or other violations, the UN human rights office said on Friday., breaking Human rights office decries disproportionate use of force in US protests, news, latest news

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Protect people ‘fleeing war, violence’, UN refugee agency urges Poland 

The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) on Friday encouraged Poland to fall in line with its international obligations, and allow asylum seekers access. , breaking Protect people ‘fleeing war, violence’, UN refugee agency urges Poland , news, latest news

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Iran urged to release rights activist with COVID-19 symptoms ‘before it is too late’

A group of independent UN human rights experts has called for Iran to urgently release an activist who reportedly is ill with COVID-19 symptoms “before it is too late”., breaking Iran urged to release rights activist with COVID-19 symptoms ‘before it is too late’, news, latest news

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Russian footballer hit by lightning is back in training

A Russian footballer who was hit by a lightning bolt while on the football pitch has recovered. FC Znamya Truda goalkeeper Ivan Zaborovsky was training when lightning struck him on July 4., breaking Russian footballer hit by lightning is back in training, latest news, sport ,

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How Rwanda is successfully dealing with coronavirus

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Venezuela: UN report highlights criminal control of mining area, and wider justice concerns

The Human Rights Council on Wednesday heard reports of serious exploitation and abuse of children and indigenous communities in Venezuela, where mining for gold and other minerals is booming., breaking Venezuela: UN report highlights criminal control of mining area, and wider justice concerns, news, latest news

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Rival EPL managers criticize Man City’s overturned ban

There’s been fallout from the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s decision to overturn Manchester City’s two-year ban from the Champions League. Safe to say that rival Premier League managers were not too happy with it., breaking Rival EPL managers criticize Man City’s overturned ban, latest news, sport ,

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Govind Singh Dotasara Appointed As Rajasthan Congress Chief

Once a practising lawyer, Rajasthan Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara’s elevation to the post of the state Congress chief came almost 15 years after he contested his first election to become a…, breaking Govind Singh Dotasara Appointed As Rajasthan Congress Chief, news, latest news

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South African president: We’re battling two pandemics

In June, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said the country is battling dual pandemics: coronavirus and gender-based violence. In 2019, there were nearly 180,000 violent crimes against women and almost 3,000 murders. CNN’s David McKenzie reports., breaking South African president: We’re battling two pandemics, latest news,

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Christian Kabasele says online racist abuse ‘is worse’ than incidents in stadiums

Watford’s Christian Kabasele tells CNN contributor Darren Lewis that he finds racism online “worse” than racist incidents in stadiums. The interview was recorded in March., breaking Christian Kabasele says online racist abuse ‘is worse’ than incidents in stadiums, latest news, sport ,

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COVID-19 lockdown in Myanmar exposes precarious position of LGBTQI population

In Myanmar, the COVID-19 lockdown has laid bare the stigmatization, discrimination and harassment faced by many LGBTQI people, particularly in rural areas. The United Nations is working to support those people., breaking COVID-19 lockdown in Myanmar exposes precarious position of LGBTQI population, news, latest news

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How Portugal became one of football’s most unlikely champions

Portugal won Euro 2016 without winning a single game in normal time and with superstar Cristiano Ronaldo being hurt early in the final against heavily-favored France. How did they do it?, breaking How Portugal became one of football’s most unlikely champions, latest news, sport ,

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Address ‘unprecedented’ impact of coronavirus on Latin America and the Caribbean, urges Guterres

As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the world, Latin America and the Caribbean are now suffering some of the highest rates of transmission, the UN chief said on Thursday, releasing a new policy initiative on how best to recover in a region already embroiled in poverty, hunger, unemployment and inequality. 
 , breaking Address ‘unprecedented’ impact of coronavirus on Latin America and the Caribbean, urges Guterres, news, latest news

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UN chief underscores need for reconciliation 25 years after Srebrenica genocide

Twenty-five years after the Srebrenica genocide, peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina remains fragile, underscoring the need for true reconciliation in the region, the UN Secretary-General said on Thursday in a video message marking the anniversary of the worst atrocity crime in Europe, since the Second World War., breaking UN chief underscores need for reconciliation 25 years after Srebrenica genocide, news, latest news

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Independent rights expert speaks of ‘anguish, stress and disempowerment’ of poverty

More than 70 million people are expected to fall into extreme poverty because of COVID-19, the UN Human Rights Council heard on Tuesday, as a leading rights expert slammed “greatly exaggerated” claims of global poverty eradication between 1990 and 2015., breaking Independent rights expert speaks of ‘anguish, stress and disempowerment’ of poverty, news, latest news

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South Africa has kept its Covid-19 death toll low. Here’s how

, breaking South Africa has kept its Covid-19 death toll low. Here’s how, latest news,