93.4 F
Ankara
Saturday, July 4, 2020

India: Daily virus cases breach 20,000 mark for 1st time

NEW DELHI  Daily coronavirus cases in India hit a record high on Friday, breaching the 20,000 mark for the first time since the country’s first cases in January. With 20,903 new...

India’s 1st COVID-19 vaccine gets human trial approval

NEW DELHI, India India’s first COVID-19 vaccine got the approval for human trials from the country’s drug regulator, as number of coronavirus-related cases and deaths continues upward, a drug company...

Russia confirms under 7,000 virus cases for 2nd day

MOSCOW  The daily coronavirus cases in Russia on Saturday remained below 7,000 for the second day in a row. Over the past day, 6,852 new cases were confirmed in the country,...

COVID-19: Turkey repatriates nationals from Uganda

JOHANNESBURG The Turkish government has repatriated 49 of its citizens who had been stranded in Uganda after air traffic was shut to slow the coronavirus pandemic. “A Turkish Airlines flight carrying...

Ethiopia launches COVID-19 antibody testing

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia Ethiopia on Monday launched nationwide testing for antibodies to the novel coronavirus.  The testing campaign to check infection rates and levels of immunity to the virus lasts through...

Coronavirus cases, deaths on rise in E. Europe, Asia

BAKU Cases of the novel coronavirus and COVID-19-related fatalities continued to rise across Eastern Europe and Asia on Monday.  Ukraine Ukraine reported 681 new cases in the last 24 hours, bringing the...

Japan: Consortium working on ‘inexpensive’ virus test

ANKARA  A consortium of three universities and a pharma company in Japan will work to commercialize an inexpensive test method for COVID-19. Shionogi & Co., a Japanese pharma company signed a...

Russia reports lowest COVID-19 daily toll since May 25

MOSCOW Russia reported on Monday the lowest number of daily coronavirus fatalities since May 25. For the first time in June, this indicator has plummeted below 100, with 95 deaths registered...

South Korea battling 2nd wave of coronavirus: Official

ANKARA  Health authorities in South Korea on Monday urged for an amplified guard against coronavirus, saying that it was battling a "second wave" of the novel infection. The country has seen...

‘Lion dance’ shows in Japan seek end to coronavirus

ANKARA  People in Japan held on Sunday “lion dance” shows to seek an end to the novel coronavirus pandemic, local media reported. Residents of Chinatowns in Yokohama province, south of the...

Latest article

Henry Onyekuru leaves Galatasaray

ANKARA Henry Onyekuru left Turkish powerhouse Galatasaray on Saturday at as his loan deal with the Istanbul football club concluded at the end of June. Following...

2 militants dead in Kashmir gunfight

SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir Two militants were killed in a gunfight with government forces in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday, police said. Three Indian soldiers,...

Global virus recoveries top 6M: Johns Hopkins University

ANKARA The number of recoveries from COVID-19 cases across the globe has now passed the 6 million mark, according to data compiled by the US'...

Global virus recoveries top 6M: John Hopkins University

ANKARA The number of recoveries from COVID-19 cases across the globe has now passed the 6 million mark, according to data compiled by the US'...

Igor Kokoskov appointed Fenerbahce Beko's new coach

ANKARA Serbian basketball coach Igor Kokoskov has been appointed the head coach of Fenerbahce Beko following the departure of Zeljko Obradovic. The Istanbul club Saturday confirmed...

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close