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The agreement between the nuclear-armed neighbors to keep a lid on tensions along the so-called Line of Control was welcomed in the region.
Hundreds of thousands of AstraZeneca doses are sitting unopened as many Germans reject the vaccine over fears it is “second-class” compared to the one developed by BioNTech and Pfizer.
The crowdsourced guide collects anonymous gripes and pins every grievance on an interactive map, creating a record of the irritating sounds and sights of Japan.
Pandemic inspired baking has helped focus national attention on a burning question: Why does Canadian butter seem so firm?
The move puts the social network squarely on the side of Myanmar’s pro-democracy movement after years of criticism over how the military has used the site.
A group of generals called for the resignation of the prime minister, Nikol Pashinyan, in a dispute that has its roots in a humiliating loss in a war last year.
A woman set fire to her tent on the island of Lesbos in a suicide attempt after her family’s relocation to Germany was delayed.
The force’s commissioner said everyone believed to be involved in the car bombing that killed Daphne Caruana Galizia was in custody. But a motive remains unclear.
Scuba divers are working to retrieve coffins from the sea, but many more are buried under the debris of the landslide.
Pfizer and BioNTech believe their existing vaccine still offers good protection against circulating variants, and see the plan as a way of learning how to deal with a more threatening mutation.
From a newly certified Whale Heritage Site to scenic byways for electric cars, five new initiatives suggest the travel industry may be envisioning a more responsible future.
Brittany Higgins has filed a formal police report against a former government employee who she said raped her in Australia’s Parliament House in 2019, roiling the government.
Through new lesson plans and expensive publishing projects, the government hopes to teach future generations a curated lesson about the city’s past.
State Department officials overseas expressed anger and disappointment that diplomats in Washington were being vaccinated before those in more perilous posts.
F.D.A. studies show the shot strongly protects against severe illness and may reduce spread of the virus. But the drugmaker has fallen short of initial production goals.