The hoarding of medical supplies by the United States is also affecting other countries' capabilities to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.Full Story
The minister noted that the government would use all means, including recapitalization, to support enterprises affected by the coronavirus outbreak.Full Story
In January, the Iraqi Parliament voted to ban all foreign forces from the country, following the assassination of Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani.
The latest Covid-19 news from the Global South and around the world on Friday, March 20, 2020.
Health authorities must expand the number of tests, track the infected people's contacts, promote social distancing, and foster community mobilization.
Erdogan wants to update the 2016 immigration agreement to receive more resources from the European Union.
Brazil has turned its back on democracy since the election of Jair Bolsonaro, the mayor of Paris said at the ceremony.
The former president and Lula's successor Dilma Roussef and the Brazilian PT candidate for last elections in 2018, Fernando Haddad, will join Lula at his award ceremony.
The Health Ministry reported 38 cases of coronavirus in France, two of which died, 12 illness-free, and 24 hospitalized, with two of them in a “serious condition.”
After more than 60 days of struggle, French workers are not willing to give up their rights.
President Emmanuel Macron said that "Political Islam" has no place in his country.