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AstraZeneca logs upbeat trial results from Covid drug

British pharmaceuticals giant AstraZeneca on Monday revealed more positive results from a trial of a treatment for Covid-19 symptoms.

AstraZeneca logs upbeat trial results from Covid drug

 
Created 03 August 2021
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An Outlook for Turkey - ASEAN Relations

On the occasion of the Third Turkey-ASEAN Trilateral Meeting to be held on August 9, 2021, Việt Nam News introduces an article by H.E., Mr. Mevlüt Çavuşoğlum, the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Turkey.

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Created 26 July 2021
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Vietnamese frigates join parade to mark Russian Navy anniversary

Two Vietnamese frigates took park in a parade in Vladivostok to celebrate the Russian Navy’s 325th anniversary Sunday.

The 015 Tran Hung Dao and 016 Quang Trung frigates are seen in Vladivostok, the largest Russian port on the Pacific Ocean.

 
Created 20 May 2020
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Researchers find ancient rooms under Jerusalem's Western Wall

Israeli researchers on Tuesday unveiled mysterious underground rooms with an unknown function, carved out of the bedrock near where the Second Jewish Temple is believed to have stood two millennia ago.

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British MPs vote for new post-Brexit immigration system

British MPs on Monday gave their initial backing to legislation ending free movement of workers with the European Union, but the vote was overshadowed by a row over foreign healthcare staff and coronavirus.

British MPs vote for new post-Brexit immigration system – EURACTIV.com

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Mental health of Europe's teens on the decline: study

The mental health of Europe's teenagers has deteriorated since 2014, a study by the regional branch of the World Health Organisation covering 45 countries showed on Tuesday.

   
Created 11 May 2020
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Starved for culture, Czechs hold drive-in festival

A Prague festival producer said on Sunday the coronavirus pandemic has forced him to swap out real stages for a safer drive-in cultural festival that has nonetheless been cheered by honking horns and flashing lights.

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France, Spain ease virus lockdowns but UK wary

PARIS Millions of people in France and Spain were set to embrace a relaxation of stay-at-home rules on Monday, but Britain extended its lockdown as countries plot their way tentatively through the coronavirus crisis.

   
Created 10 May 2020
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Putin calls for 'invincible' unity as Russians mark Victory Day on lockdown

President Vladimir Putin told Russians they are "invincible" when they stand together as the country on Saturday marked the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II in lockdown from the coronavirus.

 
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Greek MPs pass controversial environmental policy reform

The Greek parliament on Tuesday passed a controversial oil policy reform, drawing howls of protest from environmental groups charging that the government had taken advantage of the coronavirus lockdown to get it through.

Greek MPs pass controversial environmental policy - One News Page 

   

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