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Moscow declares non-working week after COVID surge

June 15, 2021
In Moscow, the days from June 15 to 19 are declared non-working in order to reduce the number of cases of coronavirus.

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UK to donate 100 million coronavirus vaccine doses

China's dangerous games with Taishan nuclear power plant: Imminent radiological threat


China's dangerous games with Taishan nuclear power plant: Imminent radiological threat

June 15, 2021
Electricite de France SA, which owns 30% of the Taishan nuclear plant in Guangdong, said in a statement that Unit 1 has experienced increased concentration of some noble gases in its reactor.

UK to donate 100 million coronavirus vaccine doses

June 15, 2021
The UK will donate 100 million surplus coronavirus vaccine doses to the world within the next year, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced today.

Netherlands requires mandatory quarantine for travellers from more countries with India Delta coronavirus variant

June 15, 2021
The Netherlands has designated the United Kingdom, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Nepal as very high risk.

China's migrating elephant herd continues to wander in southwest township

June 15, 2021
China's famous herd of wandering elephants continued to linger in the Shijie Township in the city of Yuxi, southwest China's Yunnan Province, authorities said.

China nuclear plant facing performance issue

June 15, 2021
Framotome, the French joint operator of a Chinese nuclear plant near Hong Kong said Monday that the plant is dealing with a “performance issue” but is currently operating within safety limits, following a report of a potential radioactive leak.

Fire breaks out at Chemtool in Rockton, Illinois, firefighters will let it burn

June 14, 2021
Flames engulfed a a chemical plant in Rockton Illinois, forcing the evacuation, sending massive plumes of smoke into the sky and bringing threats of an environmental nightmare.

U.S.: Blood donations urgently needed

June 14, 2021
A rise in the number of trauma cases, organ transplants and elective surgeries requiring blood products over recent months have depleted the nation's blood inventory, causing the American Red Cross to appeal to the generosity of Americans for immediate action.

International Criminal Court: Philippine drug war may be crime against humanity

June 14, 2021
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court asked it on Monday for authorization to open a full investigation into drug war killings in the Philippines, saying crimes against humanity could have been committed.

UK extends COVID measures

June 14, 2021
Step 4 will be delayed by up to four weeks and the vaccination programme accelerated to respond to the rapid spread of the Delta variant, the Prime Minister has confirmed.
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