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Turkey sends mercenaries, militants of different nationalities to Libya: Reports

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Turkey has sent mercenaries of different nationalities to Libya to fight alongside the Government of National Accord (GNA) led by Fayez al-Sarraj, unnamed sources told Al Arabiya. The latest Turkish

UAE working for ‘immediate ceasefire’ in Libya: Gargash

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The United Arab Emirates continues to “work for an immediate ceasefire and return to a political process” in Libya, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said on Monday.“The UAE,

After day of 131 new coronavirus cases, no new cases among workers in Lebanon

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Over 130 employees from Beirut’s waste collection company tested positive for coronavirus on Sunday, pushing the overall daily cases to 166.However, Monday saw no rise in coronavirus cases among Ramco

Kids’ app creator charged over child abuse images, voyeur videos

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A man who has built a career making TV ads and developing an educational app for children stands accused of possessing child abuse material, and being a so-called peeping tom.

Coronavirus: Dubai launches new online marketplace to buy and sell PPE amid COVID-19

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Dubai has launched a new free-to-use website for businesses and healthcare providers to buy and sell personal protective equipment (PPE) as the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause heightened

Coronavirus: Oman records high of 2,164 new COVID-19 cases, two deaths

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Oman recorded an increase in the number of daily reported cases with 2,164 new infections, the Ministry of Health said on Monday.This brings the total number of confirmed cases in the country to

Coronavirus: Japan ‘shocked’ over COVID-19 outbreak at US military bases in Okinawa

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Japan and the United States are sharing information about coronavirus infections at US military bases after an outbreak provoked ire in the southernmost prefecture of Okinawa, a top Japanese official

China bans US senators, official over criticism of ruling Communist party

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China on Monday said it will ban entry to US Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, Representative Chris Smith and Ambassador for Religious Freedom Sam Brownback over their criticism of the ruling

Turkey FM rejects ceasefire in Libya, says it would not benefit the GNA currently

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Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu rejected a ceasefire in Libya on Monday, suggesting that it would not be in the interests of the Turkish-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) to accept

WHO forms partnership to ensure equitable coronavirus vaccine access

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The World Health Organization has formed new partnerships aimed at ensuring that a coronavirus vaccine is distributed to low- and middle-income countries once it is developed, amid concerns that

COVIDSafe tracing app labelled a ‘$2 million failure’

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The Federal Government’s much-hyped COVIDSafe app has been labelled a “$2 million failure” after not helping contact tracers identify any people who could be exposed to coronavirus.

Coronavirus: Broken heart syndrome on the rise during COVID-19, research finds

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Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic in the US have found a significant increase in the number of patients experiencing broken heart syndrome during the coronavirus pandemic.Broken heart syndrome, a

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