Yousafzai informed her 1.3 million followers that she doesn’t know “what’s ahead” in her life as of yet, but “for now, it will be Netflix, reading and sleep”.
Mongolia's annual Naadam sporting festival kicked off Saturday without a live audience for the first time in its 800-year history as COVID-19 fears gripped the Central Asian country.
Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar referred to Gavaskar as his idol and wrote on Twitter: "I got to meet my idol Gavaskar sir for the first time in 1987. As a 13 year old I couldn't believe my luck that I was meeting the person I looked up to and wanted to emulate. What a day that was. Wishing you a very happy 71st Birthday sir. Have a healthy and safe year ahead."
Hospital staff in the Chinese city where the coronavirus originated removed their masks ceremoniously as the country’s last emergency hospital, built to handle the crisis, was closed.
During the Eid Al Adha holiday, from 9:00 to 21:00, visitors will be able to enjoy shows by Asian folkloric groups such as the Punjabi and Chinese bands, which will be touring the zoo with musical performances, traditional dances, cartoon characters and entertainment activities.
The Abu Dhabi Calendar, which keeps track of all the festivities in Emirate, said on Twitter, “Welcome the new year at @ZayedFestival with a fireworks show spanning over 35 minutes & breaking two Guinness World Records.
Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, said that the 2nd December will remain the nation's most cherished day wherein wisdom, principles and noble goals triumphed.
WHO chief Tedros hailed the "heart-wrenching sacrifices" millions were making by staying away from loved ones on Christmas Day, adding that "we must not squander their sacrifices" as he called for people to keep up infection control measures.
The Burj Khalifa’s official Twitter account said, “#BurjKhalifa illuminates in the colours of unity, strength and greatness. 🇦🇪 #UAEFlagDay...”
Eid Al Adha celebrations continued for the second day in a row in the city of Al Ain. The city’s residents and visitors flocked to recreational parks and shopping centres, where they enjoyed various activities and shopping amid the commitment to the preventive measures against COVID-19.