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The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on Tuesday activated its response to a new outbreak of Ebola in the northwest of the country, while the epidemic of the contagious disease continues in the northeast, causing more than 2,200 deaths....
China threatened stronger and more restrictive measures against demonstrators in Hong Kong, implementing new security laws with which it hopes to quell the protests. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned that the consequences could be severe. "No reasonable person can...
The security law is a regulation introduced by the Beijing authorities and designed to prosecute any activity linked to sedition, secession or terrorism, which also vetoes any attempt at "foreign interference" in the former British colony, according to the...
From 8 June, Boris Johnson's government will impose a fortnightly quarantine on all passengers - both British and foreign - arriving in the UK from an international destination. Downing Street wants to gradually implement its de-escalation strategy, and among...
The number of deaths from Covid-19 in the UK reached 36,042 on Thursday, after 338 deaths were added to the official count, on a day when 2,615 new infections were reported. Across the country, 128,340 tests were carried out in...
The English University of Cambridge will not have face-to-face but virtual classes in the next academic year 2020-21, as a precautionary measure by COVID-19. Cambridge, with a traditional system of tutoring, has decided that classes will be given through the...
The president of the United States, Donald Trump, is finalizing preparations to partially restore his contribution to the World Health Organization (WHO) after a month of suspension after denouncing that the UN agency, in collusion with the Chinese government,...
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday presented his three-phase plan to deal with the de-escalation of the coronavirus, but broke the consensus that had existed to date to deal with the COVID-19, as the opposition understood that the...
The coronavirus had claimed the lives of 30,076 people in the United Kingdom until yesterday, according to government data - the National Statistics Office puts the number above 32,000 - making the country the second largest in the world...
Neil Ferguson, an epidemiologist at Imperial College London whose analysis and research was key to tightening up measures against the Covid-19 coronavirus in the UK, has resigned as an adviser to the British government after breaking the rules of...