Experts from China and the World Health Organization (WHO) joint team wearing face masks visit the Wuhan Tongji Hospital in Wuhan. Reuters
Nothing is to be believed about China. The news that it will vaccinate a city of 300,000 people is also perplexing. What have the population been up to all this while, while the world is creaking under the weight of the pandemic? (“China aims to vaccinate entire city in 5 days after outbreak”, April 2, Gulf Today).
Across Britain, some people who have been counting down the days to their first COVID-19 jab are suddenly suffering doubts – among them my wife, Rachel, who was due to have it on Tuesday. The suspension of the roll out of the Oxford/AstraZeneca
According to the official, this was confirmed during a meeting with China’s ambassador to Kabul.
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Donald Trump is railing against multiple legal cases threatening to scupper or, at least, complicate his bid for a second term in the White House.
One would assume that co-stars, while acting together on a movie or television show, get on. But that is not always the case.
Alibaba, the Chinese Internet giant, has announced that it will now be divided into six separate entities, and the news has sent its market shares soar. It is seen as a signal from the Chinese government that free market is alive and kicking, and that Chinese authorities realise that they need the private
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