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Fractional or lower dosing has been used around the world for years as a means to overcome vaccine shortages. [Read More]
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The US is preparing to evacuate thousands of Afghan special visa applicants who are at risk from the Taliban. [Read More]
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Many asylum seekers in Canada, who worked on the country's COVID-19 frontline, are now facing the threat of deportation. [Read More]
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Hundreds of Palestinians gathered in Beita in occupied West Bank to protest against illegal Israeli outpost nearby. [Read More]
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Israeli ambassador presents credentials to African Union Commission chairman at bloc's headquarters in Addis Ababa. [Read More]
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Widespread reluctance to get a shot led officials and medics to launch campaign about positive effects of vaccination. [Read More]
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Turkish naval ships and an aircraft have been deployed as part of search and rescue efforts. [Read More]
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UNICEF estimates that most water pumping will gradually cease across Lebanon in the next four to six weeks. [Read More]
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European Medicines Agency gives all clear for vaccine to be used in children aged between 12 and 17. [Read More]
Valentin Inzko has set jail terms to counter attempts by Bosnian Serbs to deny genocide in Srebrenica. [Read More]
Oxford University study finds that a longer gap between doses of Pfizer vaccine leads to higher overall antibody levels. [Read More]
US indexes rallied to fresh record highs on Friday as the market left behind early-week jitters. [Read More]
Navi Pillay will lead an investigation into 'systematic' abuses in occupied Palestinian territories and Israel. [Read More]
Haitians say goodbye to assassinated President Jovenel Moise with a mass and a wake in Cap-Haitien. [Read More]
Supporters of Jovenel Moise interrupted the mass as they cried out and accused Haiti's elite of killing the president. [Read More]
Al Jazeera speaks to Haitians in Port-au-Prince about President Jovenel Moise's killing and where the country is headed. [Read More]
We meet South Korea's youngest classical music prodigies and ask what it takes to succeed on the international stage. [Read More]
Episodes of racial discrimination in interactions with public is major challenge for police forces. [Read More]
South Africa is still trying to come to terms with days of looting and violence that left death and destruction. [Read More]
'Green Pass' programme only allows people vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 to enter some public spaces. [Read More]
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