A man in Kazakhstan is being hailed as a hero as he risked his life to save a three-year-old girl from falling from a height of 100-feet.
The world finds itself awash in Covid-19 vaccines, but governments can’t get them into arms fast enough, as hesitancy and logistical hurdles threaten to indefinitely extend the pandemic.
A peer-reviewed study, published in the journal Nature found that China risks a “tsunami” of Covid infections that could result in 112.2 million symptomatic cases and 5.1 million hospital admissions…
Without restrictions such as the country’s mass-testing drives and strict lockdowns, the spread of Omicron could lead to 112.2 million symptomatic cases, 5.1 million hospital admissions and 1.6 million deaths, with the major wave occurring between May and July, the study said.
Central African Republic and El Salvador have made Bitcoin legal tender and Panama has approved a bill to regulate crypto assets. Experts have warned that nations that adopt crypto currencies risk instability.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Brussels are at odds again. Hungary refuses to support the planned oil embargo against Russia. But now even former allies such as Poland are turning their backs.