Who Is Leading The US 2020 Election Polls – Republicans Or Democrats?

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 1,453 total views,  73 views today COURTESY BY: https://www.bolnews.com/ American voters will decide on 3rd November whether Donald Trump will remain in the White House for another four years, or a new president will be elected. Joe Biden, who is best known as Barack Obama’s vice-president and has been in US politics since 1970s, belongs to the Democratic Party and is standing against the Republican president Trump. National polls give good guidance as to how popular a candidate is across the country, however, they are not an accurate prediction of the election results.…

Countries turn to rapid antigen tests to contain second wave of Covid-19

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 3,138 total views,  73 views today COURTESY BY: https://www.dawn.com/ ZURICH: Countries straining to contain a second wave of Covid-19 are turning to faster, cheaper but less accurate tests to avoid the delays and shortages that have plagued efforts to diagnose and trace those infected quickly. Germany, where infections jumped by 4,122 on Tuesday to 329,453 total, has secured 9 million so-called antigen tests per month that can deliver a result in minutes and cost about 5 euros ($5.90) each. That would, in theory, cover more than 10pc of the population. The United…

‘Long Covid’ may affect multiple parts of body and mind, doctors say

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 3,159 total views,  73 views today COURTESY BY: https://www.dawn.com/ Ongoing illness after infection with Covid-19, sometimes called “long Covid”, may not be one syndrome but possibly up to four causing a rollercoaster of symptoms affecting all parts of the body and mind, doctors said on Thursday. In an initial report about long-term Covid-19, Britain’s National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) said one common theme among ongoing Covid patients — some of whom are seven months or more into their illness — is that symptoms appear in one physiological area, such as the heart or…

First Hijab Wearing Mayor Of UK To Sue Labour Leadership Over Racism Claims

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 2,041 total views,  9 views today COURTESY BY: https://www.bolnews.com/ The first Hijab-wearing mayor of the United Kingdom, who left last month due to racism attacks, has announced to take legal action against the labour party. According to the details, Rakhia Ismail said she was marginalised by the Labour leadership at Islington Council. According to Rakhia Ismail, she raised the issue of a knife attack on herself in the media, which angered one of her Labor colleagues who is damaging her reputation. Rakhia added that “The more we speak up – the more…

Saudi Airlines Resumes Flight Operations To Pakistan

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 809 total views,  9 views today COURTESY BY: https://www.bolnews.com/ Saudi Airlines has resumed international flights after seven months of disruption due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to the details,  the national flag carrier of the Kingdom, Saudi Airlines touched the skies, after getting approval to fly to 20 countries in the Middle East, Asia, and Europe. Travelers could now fly to Karachi, Islamabad, Cairo, Alexandria, Khartoum, Nairobi, Amman, Dubai, Tunis, Addis Ababa, Amsterdam, Frankfurt,  Istanbul, London, Madrid, Paris, Washington DC, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, and Manila. Saudi Arabia partially lifted the suspension of international…

British govt bolsters salary support for those hit by lockdowns

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 1,689 total views,  10 views today COURTESY BY: https://www.dawn.com/ LONDON: The British government said on Friday it will pay two- thirds of the salaries of workers in companies that have to close as a result of new coronavirus restrictions widely expected to come into effect next week. In a change of policy, Treasury chief Rishi Sunak has responded to calls from businesses, local leaders and unions to provide a financial support package to prevent mass job losses in sectors that will be subject to new restrictions. Pubs and restaurants in large parts…

Armenia, Azerbaijan trade accusations of breaching Karabakh ceasefire

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 1,429 total views COURTESY BY: https://www.dawn.com/ Armenia and Azerbaijan traded accusations of new attacks on Saturday in breach of a ceasefire deal to end nearly two weeks of heavy fighting over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. The two sides agreed to implement the ceasefire from noon (0800 GMT) on Saturday, after 11 hours of talks in Moscow, but it took only minutes after the deadline for their forces to claim new attacks. An ethnic Armenian enclave of Azerbaijan, Karabakh broke from the country’s control in a war in the 1990s that killed…

UN’s World Food Programme Wins Nobel Peace Prize

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 1,297 total views COURTESY BY: https://www.bolnews.com/ The United Nations’ World Food Programme declared as the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for the agency’s “efforts to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war”. “For its effort to combat hunger, for its contribution to bettering conditions for peace in conflict-affected areas and for acting as a driving force in efforts to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war and conflict,” announced the Nobel Prize Committee on Twitter. BREAKING NEWS: The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided to…

Europe leads record one-day surge in Covid-19 cases

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 596 total views COURTESY BY: https://www.dawn.com/ GENEVA: The World Health Organisation reported a record one-day increase in global coronavirus cases on Thursday, with the total rising by 338,779 in 24 hours led by a surge of infections in Europe. Europe reported 96,996 new cases, the highest total for the region ever recorded by the WHO. Global deaths rose by 5,514 to a total of 1.05 million. The previous WHO record for new cases was 330,340 on Oct 2. The agency reported a record 12,393 deaths on April 17. As a region,…

Trump maps return to campaign trail after White House says Covid-19 treatment complete

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 557 total views COURTESY BY: https://www.dawn.com/ United States President Donald Trump on Friday prepared to return to the campaign trail with a pair of weekend rallies after his Covid-19 diagnosis sidelined him for a week in the race against Democratic nominee Joe Biden for the White House. The Republican president, who announced he had been infected with the novel coronavirus on October 2 and spent three nights in a military hospital receiving treatment, said late on Thursday he was feeling “really good” and, with a doctor’s blessing, aimed to campaign in Florida on…