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Pope Francis Says Ukrainians ‘Deserve Peace’

“I ask you to pray for peace in Ukraine," Pope Francis pleaded in special prayers as the threat of war with Russia continued to loom over the former Soviet republic.

South Korea Logs Record 13K New Covid-19 Cases

South Korea on Wednesday reported a record number of new Covid-19 cases for the second day running.

Omicron Continues To Sweep World With 18M Cases Last Week: WHO

People in countries with low coronavirus vaccination rates are at risk of severe illness and death, as Covid-19's Omicron variant continues sweeping the world with 18 million cases last week, the head of the World Health Organization said.

US Sees Highest Rate Of Children Covid-19 Hospitalizations

US pediatric hospitalizations related to Covid-19 are at the highest level since the start of the pandemic, according to the latest data of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Communication Problems Reported In Tonga Amid Volcanic Eruption

Communication difficulties were reported in Tonga following a massive underwater volcanic eruption in the Pacific country, according to local media Sunday.

US Logs More Than 1M New Daily Covid-19 Cases

More than 1 million coronavirus cases were reported in the US, a record single-day number, amid the rapid increase of the new Omicron variant, according to Johns Hopkins University.

World’s Oldest Living Person Celebrates 119th Birthday

The woman considered to be the world's oldest living person turned 119 on Sunday.

World’s Biggest Trade Deal Takes Effect To Boost Global Economy

The world's largest free trade pact forged by 15 Asia-Pacific countries is bringing a ray of hope for global economic progress.

History-Making NASA Spacecraft Touches Sun For 1st Time

A NASA spacecraft has entered the solar atmosphere!

UAE Is First In The World To Practice 4.5-Day Workweek

The United Arab Emirates has just announced some significant modifications to its work schedule, and more countries are soon to follow.

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