Experts warn Black Sea mines pose serious maritime threat
04 April 2022 | 12:24 pm
Russia and Ukraine have accused each other of laying naval mines recently found in the Black Sea. Global shipping has been disrupted — and prices are rising.
WHO meets African traditional medicine experts for COVID-19 cure, 42,000 flee violence in northern Nigeria
12 May 2020
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Wednesday.
7 Aug 2020
In pursuance of the importance of breastfeeding week, health experts are calling on the government to create more awareness on the importance of exclusive breastfeeding.
15 Aug 2020
Nearly 40 UN human rights experts have called for a swift and independent probe into the Beirut port blast. The group has raised concerns over “irresponsibility” and “impunity” in Lebanon.
3 Sep 2020
Experts Organise training for waste pickers
11 Dec 2020
US experts vote to recommend granting emergency approval for Pfizer-BioNTech's Covid-19 vaccine, paving the way for America to become the next country to move ahead with mass immunization as the country's virus death toll approaches 300,000. The US government's top infectious disease specialist Anthony Fauci also comments on the vaccine recommendation, saying "they are safe and they are highly effective, and those decisions were made by independent bodies without any political or other influence,".
11 Jan 2021
Experts raise concern over Africa's high infrastructure gap
14 Jan 2021
A team of ten scientists will investigate the origins of the new virus in a politically fraught mission that comes more than a year after the pandemic began and after accusations Beijing has tried to thwart the project. Finding the origins of the SARS-Covid-2 'could be a very long journey', says Peter Ben Embarek, head of the international WHO mission to China.
31 Jan 2021
Irregular migration, experts advocate proper trauma care for returnees
5 Feb 2021
Experts say vaccines only slow transmission of COVID-19 not end pandemic
2 Mar 2021
Two top UN officials said Russia is to blame for the near-fatal poisoning of the prominent Kremlin critic. The human rights experts said an international investigation should be carried out as "a matter of urgency."
13 Mar 2021
There have been tentative signs of progress toward salvaging the 2015 nuclear deal, as the UN's atomic energy watchdog reports that Iran has agreed to discuss "outstanding issues."
6 Mar 2021
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Sunday. Here are some of the stories to look out for when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Sunday.
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The European Union plans to invest up to €300 billion to reduce its dependence on Russian fossil fuels, the European Commission announced.
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North Korea reported more than 200,000 new illnesses on Thursday, bringing the total number of suspected cases to 1.98 million. Pyongyang has also not responded to offers of help from the WHO and other countries.
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Bombs and weapons used in Afghanistan by militants and US forces are making their way into India-administered Kashmir, raising fears that they could bolster an Islamist insurgency in the area.
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We take a look at some fake news stories that have been circulating in the context of the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard defamation case in the US.
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Rising production costs and logistical issues could lead to a beer bottle shortage, breweries say. Small and mid-sized breweries are likely to be most affected.