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The number of coronavirus vaccine doses administered in Iran has surpassed 42 million as health officials try to further accelerate inoculations.
The junta in Myanmar will try former leader Aung San Suu Kyi for corruption, her lawyer said Friday, adding to a slew of pending proceedings that may land her in prison for decades.
The Syrian capital was thrown into darkness after an “attack” on a gas line feeding a major power plant, Minister of Electricity Ghassan al-Zamil told state media.
The leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution has, in a meeting with the medalists of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, sincerely thanked the champions.
Paris has recalled its ambassadors from Washington and Canberra for consultations, citing the “unacceptable behavior” of the US, the UK and Australia in striking a nuclear submarine deal that scuttled a French shipbuilding contract.
Dutch Defense Minister Ank Bijleveld has resigned over the government’s handling of evacuations from Afghanistan. The move comes one day after the Netherlands’ Foreign Minister Sigrid Kaag stepped down regarding the same case.
There have been unspecified “threats” tied to the upcoming rally in support of some jailed rioters”, US Capitol Police chief stated, citing calls for National Guard backup.
A US drone strike in Afghanistan last month killed 10 civilians – including seven children – and not Daesh extremists as first claimed, the Pentagon admitted on Friday.