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      Pandemic splits surrogates from families
      Sep22

      Pandemic splits surrogates from families

      Monitoring Desk BEIJING: Cherry Lin wistfully strokes a babygrow, fretting it may be too small for a son she is yet to meet — one of hundreds of Chinese mothers estranged from babies born to commercial surrogates overseas after the coronavirus forced border closures. China banned all forms of surrogacy –- both commercial and altruistic — in 2001...

      Europe fights to contain virus second wave
      Sep19

      Europe fights to contain virus second wave

      Monitoring Desk MADRID: A host of European countries imposed new local restrictions on Friday to reduce spiralling new cases of coronavirus as they seek to avoid the example of Israel which enforced a second nationwide shutdown. City authorities in Madrid announced a partial lockdown on nearly a million people, the British government unveiled new...

      Russian FM Sergei Lavrov talks about West’s historical revisionism, US election and Navalny Case
      Sep18

      Russian FM Sergei Lavrov talks about West’s historical revisionism, US election and Navalny Case

      Monitoring Desk MOSCOW: During his interview with Sputnik, Russia’s top diplomat has weighed in on a wide array of subjects that define the state of international affairs on a global scale at the moment – from tense presidential campaign in the US, to security in the turbulent Persian Gulf and the tumultuous relations between Russia and the...

      WHO warns Europe over ‘very serious’ spread of COVID-19
      Sep18

      WHO warns Europe over ‘very serious’ spread of COVID-19

      Monitoring Desk COPENHAGEN: In another grim landmark, the number of coronavirus cases surged past 30 million around the globe Thursday as the UN health body warned of “alarming rates of transmission” across Europe and cautioned against shortening quarantine periods. The World Health Organization’s regional director for Europe Hans Kluge...

      WHO reports record one-day increase in global coronavirus cases
      Sep14

      WHO reports record one-day increase in global coronavirus cases

      Monitoring Desk WASHINGTON: With the total rising by 307,930 during the last 24 hours, the World Health Organisation (WHO) reported a record one-day increase in global coronavirus cases on Sunday. The biggest increases were from India, the United States, and Brazil, according to the agency’s website. Deaths rose by 5,537 to a total of...

      Russia ready for honest dialogue with US on election interference — top diplomat
      Sep11

      Russia ready for honest dialogue with US on election interference — top diplomat

      Monitoring Desk MOSCOW: Moscow is ready for honest dialogue with Washington regarding the accusations of interference in the US elections, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Friday during a press conference on the outcomes of the talks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi. “We are open for honest dialogue [regarding interference in...

      The Slave Girls Of Al-Jazeera
      Sep11

      The Slave Girls Of Al-Jazeera

      Monitoring Desk We live in a moment when slavery is much talked about. Driven by progressive activism and movements against police brutality in the West, the issue is much discussed, and is the subject of deep study by elite media and of cruder direct action by street activists. Statues and memorials of such consequential figures as Columbus,...

      Turkic Council’s growing role in tackling crises of 2020
      Sep11

      Turkic Council’s growing role in tackling crises of 2020

      Turan Gafarli In 1991, the map of the world radically changed. The region once known as the Soviet Union became home to reborn free states. Five distinguished Turkic countries, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, gained their independence and started to integrate into the world. In this environment, Turkey became one...

      US express concern over opposition leaders in Belarus
      Sep09

      US express concern over opposition leaders in Belarus

      F.P. Report WASHINGTON: The United States is deeply concerned by the reported abduction September 7 in Belarus of Coordination Council member Mariya Kalesnikava, Spokesman Anton Rodnenkou, and Executive Secretary Ivan Krautsou, and the attempted forced expulsion over the border to Ukraine September 8. We commend the courage of Ms. Kalesnikava and...

      India reports its highest daily coronavirus death toll in a month
      Sep08

      India reports its highest daily coronavirus death toll in a month

      Monitoring Desk NEW DELHI: India has recorded its highest daily deaths from the virus in more than a month, even as new infections have slowed. The country’s health ministry said 1,133 people had died in the last 24 hours, the highest since July, taking total mortalities to 72,775. But new daily cases were at 75,809, the lowest in a week....