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    • Russia to sell 100 million COVID vaccine doses to India covid-19-vaccine

      Russia’s sovereign wealth fund says it will sell 100 million doses of the Sputnik-V vaccine to an Indian drug company. India has now reported more than five million cases of the coronavirus, the second country after the US to report so many cases. Melbourne looks to be on course to ease out of a strict lockdown and curfew from September 28, as the average number of cases drops. Nearly 29.5 million people around the world have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and 933,542 have died, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Nearly 20 million people have recovered from the...

    • China, India reach 5-point consensus on deescalating border tension

      China and India have reached a five-point consensus regarding the current situation, including the disengagement of border troops and easing of tensions. The consensus was reached after a full, in-depth discussion between Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Indian External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar on the sidelines of the meeting of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Council of Foreign Ministers in Moscow on Thursday evening. Five consensuses  According to the joint statement, two foreign ministers agreed that both sides should take guidance from the series of consensus of the leaders on developing India-China relations, including not allowing...

    • United States formally announces troop reduction in Iraq

      The United States military on Wednesday announced it will reduce its presence in Iraq from 5,200 to 3,000 troops this month, formalising a move that had been long expected. “We are continuing to expand on our partner capacity programmes that enable Iraqi forces and allow us to reduce our footprint in Iraq,” Marine General Frank McKenzie, the head of US Central Command, said during a visit to Iraq. The US and Iraq in June affirmed their commitment to the reduction of American troops in the country in coming months, with no plans by Washington to maintain permanent bases or...

    • China says zero tolerance for crimes violating Hong Kong’s security law

      The Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) and the SAR government on Sunday condemned the illegal protests in Kowloon, stressing “zero tolerance” for crimes violating Hong Kong’s security law. “We firmly support the SAR government and the Hong Kong police in resolutely enforcing the law and maintaining social stability and the rule of law in Hong Kong,” a spokesperson for the Liaison Office said. Given the severity of the epidemic, to ensure the safety, fairness and impartiality of the elections for the seventh-term Legislative Council (LegCo), the decision of the postponement is...

    • Iran still expanding enriched uranium stockpile, says UN watchdog Iran still expanding enriched uranium stockpile, says UN watchdog

      Iran continues to increase its stockpile of enriched uranium in violation of limitations set in the landmark 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, but has begun providing access to sites where the country was suspected of having stored or used undeclared nuclear material, the United Nations’ atomic watchdog agency said on Friday. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reported in a confidential document distributed to member countries that Iran’s stockpile of enriched uranium now stands at more than 10 times the limit set in the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers. As of August 25, Iran had stockpiled 2,105.4kg (4,641.6 pounds) of...

    • Black man died after US police put hood on him, pinned him down Black man died after US police put hood on him, pinned him down

      A Black man died of suffocation in Rochester, United States, in March after a group of police officers put a hood over his head and then pressed his face into the pavement for two minutes, according to video and records released by the man’s family. Daniel Prude died on March 30 after he was taken off life support, seven days after the encounter with police in Rochester, New York state. His death did not receive public attention until Wednesday, when his family held a news conference and released police body camera video and written reports they obtained through a...

    • Chinese diplomat: U.S. interference is source of risk in South China Sea Chinese diplomat: U.S. interference is source of risk in South China Sea

      Interference from the United States has been a source of risk in the South China Sea, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Luo Zhaohui said on Wednesday, calling on countries in the region to jointly reject these risks and safeguard peace and stability. Luo made the remarks in a speech at the International Symposium on the South China Sea: from the Perspective of Cooperation. Co-hosted by the Chinese Foreign Ministry and the National Institute for South China Sea Studies, the event was attended by former politicians, officials and scholars from various countries in the region and beyond including Russia, Thailand, Indonesia,...

    • China working to double nuclear warheads: Pentagon China working to double nuclear warheads: Pentagon

      China is expected to at least double the number of its nuclear warheads over the next ten years from the low 200s now and is nearing the ability to launch nuclear attacks by land, air and sea, a capacity known as a triad, the Pentagon has revealed. The annual report to Congress on China’s military, marks the first time it has put a number to China’s nuclear warheads. The Federation of American Scientists has estimated that China has about 320. The Pentagon said the growth projection was based on factors including Beijing having enough material to double its nuclear...

    • India sets new world record with 78,761 virus cases daily India sets new world record with 78,761 virus cases daily

      India on Sunday set a coronavirus record when it reported 78,761 new infections in 24 hours, the world’s highest single-day rise, according to its health ministry figures. Home to 1.3 billion people, India is already the world’s third-most infected nation with more than 3.5 million cases, following the U.S. (5,96 million cases) and Brazil  (3.84 million cases). The COVID-19 death toll in India jumped by 948 to 63,498, the federal health ministry data showed. In the regular monthly radio address on Sunday, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not comment on the milestone but called on Indians to observe...

    • Mass protests in Berlin and London against COVID-19 restrictions

      Thousands of people gathered in Berlin and London on Saturday to protest against COVID-19 restrictions. The German government attempted to ban the protests, but that move was overturned by courts on Friday, who permitted demonstrators to march through Germany’s capital city. Protestors were ordered to wear masks and adhere to social distancing guidelines to avoid spreading the virus, but police were forced to disperse crowds by midday. Many protestors discarded their masks or didn’t wear them at all and marched closely together, with police stepping in to break up the mass of people. “Unfortunately, we have no other option,”...