The Biden-Harris administration on 5 May brought about a seismic change in the ongoing discussions on a temporary waiver from certain provisions of the WTO’s TRIPS Agreement in combating the COVID-19 pandemic
A Year On, Covid-19 Still Shows Fragility of Food Security
More than a year after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, food and nutrition security continues to show its fragility.
New poll shows governments failing to tackle jobs crisis
One year into the global COVID-19 pandemic, the health crisis has exposed gaps in access to social protection and has left a devastating impact on working people.
Oprah’s deft royal interview shows why she’s still the queen
While the couple drew both strong support and rebukes for detailing why they fled Britain and their royal roles, Winfrey burnished her stature as a master interviewer.
Oxford vaccine, GoB signed a deal for, shows 90% effective
Ap/UNB, Nov 23 – Pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca said Monday that late-stage trials showed its coronavirus vaccine was up to 90% effective, giving public health officials hope they may soon have access to a vaccine that is cheaper and easier to…
Kurigram flood shows receding trend
Kurigram, Aug 05 – People are returning to their homes as the flood level is gradually falling in Kurigram with major rivers flowing through the districts all flowing below the danger level.
Flood situation in Ganges basin shows falling trend
Rajshahi, August 3 – Flood situation has been improving in the region for the last couple of days as water recession continues in many rivers in the Ganges basin for the fifth consecutive day Monday.
Flood situation in B’putra basin shows signs of improvement
Rangpur, July 27: Water levels of all major rivers marked sharp falls at all points during the last 24 hours ending at 9 am Monday with a possibility of improvement of the flood situation in the next 24 hours in…
Study shows how quickly coronavirus spreads at home
The novel coronavirus is twice as infectious within households than similar diseases such as SARS, with a substantial number of additional infections spreading before a COVID-19 sufferer shows any symptoms, according to modelling released Thursday.
New research shows why non-smokers get serious lungs condition
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, a debilitating lung condition, often develops as a result of decades of heavy smoking — but that does not explain why almost a third of all cases occur among people who have never smoked.
Covid-19 shows life & death stakes for greater digital union
12 June 2020 – Managing the digital divide better, has become “a matter of life and death” for people unable to access essential healthcare information during the COVID-19 pandemic, the UN chief has told a virtual high-level meeting on rapid…
Imagery shows 200 buildings in Rakhine burned on May 16: HRW
Independent Inquiry Needed in Embattled Rakhine State Yangon – Satellite imagery shows that about 200 homes and other buildings were destroyed by fire on May 16, 2020, in Myanmar’s embattled Rakhine State, Human Rights Watch said today. An impartial investigation…
US’ Latest Bombing Shows US Lost Iraq War
January 4, 2020 MISES By Ryan McMaken The US government tells us that Iraq is harbouring anti-US Iranian forces and must be bombed. Yesterday, the US bombed Baghdad International Airport, killing seven people, including an Iranian general and two Iraqi…
Dengue in BD shows upward trend again just before winter
The number of dengue patients admitted to hospitals across the country has seen an upward trend in the last few days.
Miles done 10 shows across US without Shafin
Miles has already done 10 shows across the US without Shafin. They have rocked the crowds in 10 cities. Miles performed on June 22 in New Jersey, June 28 in Virginia, June 29 in Maryland, July 5 in Baltimore, July…
HC shows grave concern over food adulteration
Dhaka, May 9 – The High Court yesterday expressed grave concerned over the poor activity of government’s organizations in stopping food adulteration and taking legal action against the responsible persons for leading people toward death through supplying contaminated foods. It…
Philippines survey shows ‘shocking’ plastic waste
An audit in the Philippines has shown the country uses a “shocking” amount of single-use plastic, including nearly 60 billion sachets a year, a new report said Friday. The report, produced by the NGO GAIA, is part of an effort…