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Myanmar’s military coup: Pro-democracy protests continue depsite bloody crackdown

Myanmar is reeling after its bloodiest day yet in the wake of the latest military coup. But what will this mean going forward for the people who still take to the streets to call for the reinstatement of civilian rule? At least 18 killed in the bloodiest day yet. A day later the people are still protesting. The people are still resisting inspite of the fact the army is willing to fire live bullets at them in the capital city of Yangon. 

Meanwhile Aung San Suu Kyu, the de facto president, arrested by the military on February 1st, for alleged rigging of the election in November that she won by a landslide, appeared in court again via video link. She still has not been seen publicly since her arrrest. 

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Beyond Covid-19: RNA tech brings treatments for other diseases

In this edition, we look at how the global #pandemic has accelerated research around #RNAtechnology, giving way to two vaccines against Covid-19 but also opening up new possibilities for cancer treatments.

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Second batch of Sinovac vaccine arrives in Mexico

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The second shipment of around 800,000 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine developed by Sinovac, a Beijing-based biopharmaceutical company, arrived at the Mexico City International Airport in Mexico City on Saturday. Mexican authorities said the elderly will be prioritized in the vaccination over this batch. Among those to meet the shipment at the airport were Mexican foreign minister and Chinese ambassador.


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Looking back at the Arab Spring: The role of art and music

Ten years ago, the winds of change swept across several #Arab nations, from #Tunisia to #Yemen via #Egypt. The desire for political change was also expressed through #art and music, which became vehicles for political ideas and the hopes and dreams of millions. Anmar Hijazi and Wassim Cornet look back at some of the highlights from the arts and culture world during the Arab Spring.

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‘Climate change biggest security threat,’ David Attenborough tells UN

British naturalist David Attenborough warned on Tuesday that climate change is the biggest security threat that modern humans have ever faced, telling the U.N. Security Council: “I don’t envy you the responsibility that this places on all of you.”

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Georgia protests: Thousands rally in Tbilisi after opposition leader arrested

Police in #Georgia stormed the headquarters of the country’s main #opposition party and arrested its leader on Tuesday. The arrest of Nika #Melia, head of the United National Movement, aggravates that political #tensions that have been rising since the October parliamentary election that the opposition is demanding be rerun.

Police in #Georgia stormed the headquarters of the country’s main #opposition party and arrested its leader on Tuesday. The arrest of Nika #Melia, head of the United National Movement, aggravates that political #tensions that have been rising since the October parliamentary election that the opposition is demanding be rerun.

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Thailand authorizes Sinovac for emergency use

Thailand has approved China’s Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha says the first batch will arrive in the country on Wednesday and he himself may be among the first to take the shot. A second batch is scheduled to arrive next month, followed by a third batch in Apri

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Thailand has approved China’s Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha says the first batch will arrive in the country on Wednesday and he himself may be among the first to take the shot. A second batch is scheduled to arrive next month, followed by a third batch in April.

Singapore starts vaccination program for the elderly and migrant workers

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People aged 70 and older as well as migrant workers in high-risk dorms are the first to get the COVID-19 vaccine as Singapore commences its vaccination program. So far, Singapore has recorded nearly 60,000 cases, and migrant workers have suffered the most. Around 90 percent of the infections have occurred in the crowded dormitories of migrant workers.