Mila, 17, says she has been getting 30 hate messages a minute after posting videos critical of Islam.
A study of the vaccine's efficacy against the South Africa variant shows "disappointing" results.
By Spooky on February 9th, 2021 Category: News Single parents separated from their former partners are allegedly turning to controversial “recovery agencies” to get their children back
The 737 MAX jet was cleared to fly again after a 20-month ban, but orders have still lagged in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Qatar's FM says Doha ready to invest in Lebanon 'as soon as a government is formed'.
Sister Andre, who will be 117 this week, tested positive in her retirement home in southern France on January 16.
Purchase of air defence system has put extra strain on US-Turkey ties, which have also been complicated by Syria's war.
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A U.S. official told a World Health Organization meeting on Tuesday that Washington would participate in a program to boost COVID-19 testing, diagnostics and