Concern is growing in the European Union that Donald Trump might refuse to recognize the election results if he loses. Preparations are underway for the worst-case scenario.
German hospitals have invested heavily in the equipment needed to treat serious cases of COVID-19. But they lack the staff necessary to cope with the second coronavirus wave, which is already filling up intensive care units.
Seismologists recorded a magnitude 5.0 earthquake on Sunday near the border between Iraq and Iran, according to European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre.
Whitehall is reportedly getting ready for a fresh round of healthcare restrictions, as British authorities grapple with a new spike in the rate of infections.
While the coronavirus pandemic raged out of control across the world, shoppers in the US found themselves in a rather tricky situation when they realised that Amazon had failed to deliver toilet paper. Walmart has taken advantage of the confusion and people’s concerns and labelled loo paper as being “suitable for a gift”.
Enraged business owners have taken to the streets of the French capital to denounce the “ridiculous” curfew recently introduced by President Emmanuel Macron in an effort to stop the spread of Covid-19. Carrying flares and chanting “Freedom!” people marched through Paris’ streets on Saturday, denouncing the recent restrictions imposed by the government to combat the…
At least 16 people have been killed in Uganda amid unrest triggered by the arrest of presidential candidate Bobi Wine. Police said the deaths were caused by gunfire, suffocation from tear gas, and a hit-and-run incident. The police medical services director, Moses Byaruhanga, told reporters on Thursday that the death toll from Wednesday’s violent protests…