China Asks US To “Meet Halfway” After Donald Trump Threatens To Cut Ties

The comments came after Donald Trump further hardened his rhetoric towards China (File) Beijing: China on Friday urged the United States to meet it halfway and strengthen cooperation in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic after President Donald Trump threatened to sever bilateral ties. Relations between the world’s two largest economies have deteriorated in recent …

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Desperate Venezuelans Turn To Cow Blood Soup Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

The situation is hitting the provinces hardest because distribution is tilted toward major cities SAN CRISTOBAL/CARACAS: Since Venezuela went into its coronavirus lockdown, dozens of needy people have been lining up at a slaughterhouse in the western town of San Cristobal to pick up the only protein they can find for free: cattle blood. Mechanic …

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China Stealing US Research On COVID-19: Mike Pompeo

Mike Pompeo said the United States calls on China to cease this malicious activity. Washington: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday accused China of “stealing” US intellectual property and data related to COVID-19 research. Pompeo’s allegations came a day after the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security claimed that organisations conducting research …

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Sanofi Pledges Corovirus Vaccine For All After French Backlash

Sanofi said it was vital that any coronavirus vaccine reach all parts of the world. Paris (Reuters): Sanofi chief executive Paul Hudson said on Thursday it was vital that any coronavirus vaccine reach all parts of the world, after angering the French government earlier by saying some countries would get priority access. But the CEO …

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“I’m Very Disappointed In China”: Donald Trump Slams Beijing Over Coronavirus

“I’m very disappointed in China,” Donald Trump said. Washington, United States: US President Donald Trump said Thursday he is no mood to speak with China’s Xi Jinping, warning darkly he might cut off ties with the rival superpower over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic. “I have a very good relationship, but I just — …

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Coronavirus: Trump Rips Into China, Says “The Plague Came Over”

Trump said again he was not interested in renegotiating with China. (FILE) Washington: US President Donald Trump on Thursday said he was very disappointed in China over its failure to contain the novel coronavirus, saying the worldwide pandemic cast a pall over his U.S.-China trade deal. The coronavirus outbreak originated in Wuhan, China, in December …

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Coronavirus – “I Will Certainly Look At It”: Trump On Bill Proposing Sanctions On China

Trump said he will look into the legislation that authorizes him to sanction China. (FILE) Washington: US President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he will “certainly” look into the recently introduced legislation that authorizes him to sanction China if it fails to cooperate and provide a full accounting of the events leading to the coronavirus …

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COVID-19 Becoming Child Rights Crisis, 6,000 Children Could Die Daily: UNICEF

UNICEF said estimate was based on analysis of118 low, middle-income countries.(Representational) New York: The UN’s children agency has warned that an additional 6,000 children could die daily from preventable causes over the next six months as the COVID-19 pandemic weakens the health systems and disrupts routine services. As the coronavirus outbreak enters its fifth month, …

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What Dubai Airport Foresees As New Norms For Passengers

Dubai International suspended passenger services in March as UAE took measures to contain the virus. Dubai: Temperature screening and face masks will become common sights at airports to mitigate the spread of the new coronavirus but physical distancing could make flying more expensive, the head of Dubai airport said. Around the world, governments, airports and …

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