EU’s vaccine failure exposed: Binned AstraZeneca and backed German jab that doesn’t work

AstraZeneca: Professor Tom Solomon on becoming CBE When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe

India news: India runs out of space in morgues as people wander streets for hospital beds

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Melania Trump confession: Donald Trump claimed to be ‘good husband now’ in surprise claim

Melania Trump is a ‘tough cookie’ says Piers Morgan Since Joe Biden’s victory and being sworn in as US President this month, many have questioned what is next for Mr Trump. Many questions have been raised about whether the former US leader will return to real estate, or go in a

COVID-19: Boris Johnson says he hopes to reopen schools from 8 March

Boris Johnson has said he hopes it will be safe to reopen schools in England from 8 March, as the prime minister revealed to MPs when he intends to set out his plan for easing lockdown. In a COVID-19 statement to the Commons, the PM said ministers “do not yet

More than 600,000 Coloradans have voted 16 days before the 2020 election

More than 200,000 more Coloradans submitted their ballots Friday and over the weekend, bringing the total to 641,271, according to data from the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office. The actual numbers of ballots submitted may be slightly higher because not every county processes ballots over the weekend. Of the total,

Lives will be lost as Syria aid access cut, aid agencies warn

BEIRUT (Reuters) – A U.N. Security Council resolution that leaves only one of two border crossings open for aid deliveries from Turkey into rebel-held northwestern Syria will cost lives and intensify the suffering of 1.3 million people living there, aid agencies said. Western states had pressed for aid access to

Colorado vaccine bill passes House, needs just one more Senate vote

A bill aimed at increasing Colorado’s vaccination rates has passed both chambers and now just needs to go back to the Senate for approval of a House amendment before it heads to Gov. Jared Polis’ desk. The bill passed the House on a 40-24 vote on third reading Wednesday. It

Yemeni army says Houthis killed in al-Badya clashes

Clashes reported after UN Yemen envoy told UNSC warring parties made ‘significant progress’ towards ceasefire agreement. The Yemeni army has announced that several Houthi fighters have been killed and wounded in clashes in the al-Bayda governorate. The clashes were reported after United Nations Yemen envoy Martin Griffiths told the UN

Gunmen storm Kabul maternity hospital

Afghan special forces are battling unidentified gunmen who have attacked a hospital in the capital, Kabul. Locals heard two blasts, then gunfire. About 140 staff were inside at the time, a doctor, who fled the building, told the BBC. Many are still trapped. Part of the hospital is run by