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Global coronavirus deaths exceed 700,000
One person dies every 15 seconds on average
The global death toll from the coronavirus surpassed 700,000 on Wednesday, according to a Reuters tally, with the United States, Brazil, India and Mexico leading the rise in fatalities.
Coronavirus complicates South Korea flood response as hundreds gather in shelters
South Korean officials are working to keep more than a thousand people displaced by flooding safe and healthy with anti-coronavirus measures in place at crowded shelters as the government weighed declaring disaster zones on Wednesday.
Falling industry makes OPEC job to save oil market more obvious
Members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) could be preparing for hard days as expectations rise for prolonged demand destruction caused by the coronavirus pandemic. But will the bloc be able to save the dwindling oil industry as majors report historic losses?
WHO warns there may never be a COVID-19 'silver bullet'
The World Health Organization warned Monday that there might never be a "silver bullet" for the new coronavirus, despite the rush to discover effective vaccines.
Champions League ready to resume, at long last
After an enforced hiatus of almost five months, the UEFA Champions League and Europa League resume this week in order to clear up the last remaining business in a troubled season.
Zarif: Iran, UAE must think about regional stability
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Iran and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) must strive to strengthen bilateral cooperation and enhance stability in the region under the existing circumstances.
Spanish tourist season worst ever due to coronavirus pandemic
It's not really that difficult to socially distance on a beach that's practically empty.
Health Ministry expresses concern over high number of virus infections in some provinces
Iran’s Health Ministry on Sunday expressed concern over the high number of new infections from the coronavirus in some provinces after it reported the country’s highest single-day coronavirus infection count in nearly a month.
Stigma surrounding coronavirus hinders response in Africa
After 23 days in quarantine in Uganda — far longer than required — Jimmy Spire Ssentongo walked free in part because of a cartoon he drew. It showed a bound prisoner begging for liberation after multiple negative tests, while a health minister demanded to know where he was hiding the virus.
Russia preparing mass vaccination against coronavirus for October
Russia's health minister is preparing a mass vaccination campaign against the novel coronavirus for October, local news agencies reported on Saturday, after a vaccine completed clinical trials.
COVID-19 peak over in 10 provinces: Rouhani
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the coronavirus pandemic’s peak has ended in ten provinces under critical conditions.
Study points to race, equipment access for higher virus risk in British, American health staff
Researchers raised fears that "systematic racism" in the provision of protective equipment was putting minority health workers at greater risk, as a study showed higher coronavirus infection rates among British and American medical staff.

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