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Putin, Erdogan believe Covid measures taken by Turkey to improve conditions for tourists

MOSCOW (TASS) -- Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan hope that the two countries will be able to revive tourism traffic thanks to the measures Turkey is taking to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

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- Turkey releases weekly provincial COVID-19 statistics
TURKEY (Turkey News Agency) -- Turkey’s health minister on Tuesday announced the latest weekly infection rates for COVID-19 across various regions of the country. ... More >>>
- Duterte gets Sinopharm shot as Sputnik V rollout starts
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) -- As the rollout of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine doses in Metro Manila began, President Rodrigo Duterte was inoculated on Monday with China’s Sinopharm vaccine. ... More >>>
- Seriously ill COVID-19 patients in Japan hit record as infections continue to surge
JAPAN (Kyodo) -- The number of COVID-19 patients with severe symptoms nationwide hit a record 1,050 on Sunday, up 30 from the previous day, as the country grapples with the coronavirus resurgence. ... More >>>
- India’s COVID-19 tally crosses 19 mln, with over 400,000 daily cases
NEW DELHI (Xinhua) -- India’s COVID-19 tally reached 19,164,969 on Saturday, with a single day spike of 401,993 cases, the health ministry said. ... More >>>
- China launches space station core module Tianhe
WENCHANG (Xinhua) -- China on Thursday sent into space the core module of its space station, kicking off a series of key launch missions that aim to complete the construction of the station by the end of next year.... More >>>
- City poor barely on govt’s mind
BANGLADESH (The Daily Star/ANN) -- Over the last couple of weeks, Abdus Sobhan, a day labourer in the capital, saw his earnings drop to almost nothing.
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- India sends army to help hospitals hit by COVID-19 as countries promise aid
NEW DELHI (China Daily/ANN) -- India ordered its armed forces on Monday to help tackle surging new coronavirus infectionns, as nations including Britain, Germany and the United States pledged urgent medical aid to try to contain an emergency overwhelming the country’s hospitals. ... More >>>
- Chinese, Lao leaders mark relations over past 60 years
CHINA (China Daily/ANN) -- China and Laos have set a model for country-to-country relationships and made positive contributions to advancing the building of a community with a shared future for mankind, President Xi Jinping said on Sunday.... More >>>
- Premier calls for enhancing friendship with Laos
CHINA (China Daily/ANN) -- Premier Li Keqiang highlighted on Friday the importance for China and Laos to facilitate the implementation of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership as early as possible and jointly safeguard the security and stability of regional industrial and supply chains.... More >>>
- US adds about 100 countries to its ‘Do Not Travel’ advisory list
WASHINGTON (China Daily/ANN) -- The US State Department has added about 100 countries this week to its “Level Four: Do Not Travel” advisory list, putting the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Mexico, Germany and others on the list, citing a “very high level of COVID-19.”... More >>>
- Pandemic creates 2.45cr new poor
BANGLADESH (The Daily Star/ANN) The economic shock induced by the pandemic has pushed 2.45 crore peopleĀ  - 14.75 percent of the country’s population - into poverty in one year, according to a new survey. ... More >>>
- PIE accident leaves 1 foreign worker dead, 16 injured
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN) -- A 33-year-old man, who was one of 17 migrant workers travelling on the back of a lorry, died after the vehicle collided with a stationary tipper truck along the Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) on Tuesday morning (April 20). ... More >>>
- Quang Nam offers to host international visitors with ‘vaccine passports’
QUANG NAM, Vietnam (Vietnam News/ANN) -- The central province of Quang Nam has put forward plans to host international tourists with vaccine passports and negative coronavirus tests.... More >>>
- Millions of labourers still affected by COVID-19 in first quarter
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN) -- About 9.1 million people in Vietnam had their employment status negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in the first quarter of this year, with workers in the service sector worst affected, according to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam (GSO).... More >>>
- Australia feels heat on climate challenge
AUSTRALIA (China Daily/ANN) -- Australia faces a challenging future and confronts the possibility of the catastrophic bushfires that ... More >>>
- Xi urges resolute efforts to curb telecom, online fraud
CHINA (China Daily/ANN) -- Telecom and online fraud has become the fastest growing criminal offense that severely affects the public’s sense of security as the internet has rapidly developed in recent years. ... More >>>
- Wuhan ‘on the rise’ a year after lockdown was lifted
WUHAN (China Daily/ANN) -- One year after a lockdown was lifted, Wuhan, capital of Hubei province, the city hardest hit by COVID-19 on the Chinese mainland, has recovered from the outbreak and is developing at an ... More >>>
- Unemployment rates in Singapore decline for fourth straight month in February
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN) -- Unemployment rates here continued to drop for the fourth consecutive month in February as ... More >>>
- Pham Minh Chinh elected Prime Minister of Vietnam
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN) -- The National Assembly (NA) adopted a resolution on the election of Pham Minh Chinh as the Prime Minister for the 2021-2026 tenure on Monday afternoon. ... More >>>
- Nguyen Xuan Phuc elected as State President
HANOI (Xinhua) -- The National Assembly (NA) of Vietnam on Monday elected Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc as the state president.... More >>>
- WHO releases report on global tracing of COVID-19 origins
GENEVA (Xinhua) -- The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Tuesday released a report on the global tracing of COVID-19 origins, following a joint research with China on issues including the pathways of the virus and future investigation in different countries. ... More >>>
- Challenges await EU on the road to carbon neutrality
EUROPEAN (China Daily/ANN) -- The European Union aims to become carbon neutral by 2050 and plans to reduce carbon emissions by 55 percent by 2030, compared with 1990 levels. This is not going to be easy. ... More >>>
- Container ship stuck in Suez Canal freed
CAIRO (Xinhua) -- The massive container ship Ever Given has been successfully refloated after being stranded in the Suez Canal for almost a week, Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority (SCA) said on Monday.... More >>>
- HCM City doctors warn against high UV index as hot weather set to peak
HCM CITY (Vietnam News/ANN) -- With the onset of a heat wave in HCM City, doctors are urging people to take preventive measures against heat-related health conditions.... More >>>
- Ukhiya Rohingya Camp: Massive fire razes homes
BANGLADESH (The Daily Star/ANN) -- Four Rohingyas, including two children and a woman, were reportedly killed and hundreds of others were injured in deadly fires that burned several thousand shanties at Balukhali refugee camp in Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazar on Monday.... More >>>
- Magnitude 6.9 quake rocks northeastern Japan
JAPAN (Kyodo) -- A strong magnitude 6.9 earthquake struck off the coast of northeastern Japan at a depth of 59 km on Saturday evening at 6:09 pm, just over a month after a quake of similar scale hit the region.... More >>>
- CNB seizes nearly US$1.7 million worth of drugs, including largest cannabis haul in 14 years
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN) -- The Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) has seized about 20.5kg of cannabis in a drug bust - the largest haul of the drug in 14 years. The two-day crackdown, which started on Tuesday (March 16), also saw officers seize about 8.3kg of heroin, about 6.4kg of crystalline methamphetamine, also known as Ice, 1,091 Ecstasy tablets and 1,000 Erimin-5 tablets from multiple locations.
The total amount of drugs seized is estimated to be worth nearly US$1.7 million and can feed 3,950 heroin abusers, 3,700 Ice abusers and 2,930 cannabis abusers for a week.... More >>>
- Mixed reaction for “green” vaccine passport in Europe
VALLETTA (Xinhua) -- The European Commission is planning to put forward its long-awaited and controversial Digital Green Pass on Wednesday, a vaccine passport designed to help Europe’s safe re opening. ... More >>>
- Sandstorm shows the power of nature
CHINA (China Daily/ANN) China has made remarkable achievements in the past two decades in the fight against desertification, however, the sandstorm that swept through a vast area of North China on Monday shows there is still a long way to go, a senior environment protection official said. ... More >>>
- Vietnam successfully clones pigs
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN) -- Vietnamese scientists have for the first time successfully cloned pigs using the somatic cells of ear tissue.... More >>>

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