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3,000 people in Italy volunteer for COVID-19 vaccine trials

August 14, 2020
More than 3,000 people have volunteered to take part in human trials for an Italian-developed coronavirus vaccine, reports news agency ANSA.

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Greek frigate collided with Turkish ship in Mediterranean

UAE lifts ban of entry for non residents


Nigeria convicts first pirates under new maritime law

August 14, 2020
A Nigerian court made the first convictions under a new antipiracy law.

Nearly 2 tons of marijuana seized in Port of Buffalo

August 14, 2020
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at the Port of Buffalo seized 3,836 lbs. of marijuana in a commercial shipment.

Sinabung volcano in Indonesia erupted again

August 14, 2020
Sinabung volcano on Indonesia's Sumatra island erupted again on Thursday, said authorities.

German businessman in Wirecard probe dies in Philippines

August 14, 2020
A German businessman in the Philippines wanted for questioning over the Wirecard accounting scandal has died, the justice minister said Thursday.

Doctors in South Korea to strike Friday amid virus spike

August 14, 2020
Doctors in South Korea have called a strike against government plans to increase the number of medical students in the country, local news reported.

Ambassador dismisses claim of seizure of Iranian tankers as lie

August 14, 2020
Iran's Ambassador to Venezuela Hojat Soltani reacted to the false news on the seizure of four Iranian tankers.

Venezuela bound Iranian fuel now headed to U.S., sources say

August 14, 2020
Tankers carrying Iranian fuel cargoes covered by a U.S. warrant for seizure are sailing to the United States after talks between U.S. authorities and ship owners, a U.S. government source and a shipping source said.

Mauritius pressing for compensation over oil spill damage

August 14, 2020
Mauritius is pressing for compensation from owners of a Japanese ship that hit a nearby coral reef and spilled out hundreds of tons of oil.

Turkish Navy continues to protect drill ship in Mediterranean

August 14, 2020
The Turkish Navy will continue to protect the country’s Oruc Reis vessel during its seismic research in the Mediterranean, the Turkish Defense Ministry said on Thursday.
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