Indian authorities hope to give shots to 300 million people, roughly the population of the U.S and several times more than its existing program, which targets 26 million infants. The recipients include 30 million doctors, nurses and other front-line workers,…
In our news wrap Tuesday, President Trump traveled to Texas to showcase his signature border wall, India's top court halted the implementation of agricultural laws that prompted farmers to blockade New Delhi, Twitter suspends more than 70,000 accounts linked to…
By Associated Press
With the government refusing to revoke the legislation, the farmers pledged to continue blockading key highways linking the capital with the country's north.
By Danica Kirka, Aniruddha Ghosal, Associated Press
Britain has begun dispensing the second vaccine in its arsenal. But authorities in France and elsewhere in Europe are coming under fire for slow rollouts and delays.
By Aniruddha Ghosal, Sheikh Saaliq, Associated Press
The country's drugs regulator gave emergency authorization for the vaccine developed by Oxford University and U.K.-based drugmaker AstraZeneca, and another developed by the Indian company Bharat Biotech.
In our news wrap Monday, early voting began in Georgia's two U.S. Senate run-offs to determine which party controls the chamber, the U.S. formally blamed Iran for the abduction and presumed death of a former FBI agent, Major League Baseball's…
In our news wrap Tuesday, Senate Republican and Democratic leaders disagree on how to move past key issues that are holding up a bipartisan relief deal, President Trump and his allies kept up a stream of election challenges, the U.S.
By Associated Press
The illness was detected Saturday evening. Since then, patients have experienced symptoms ranging from nausea and anxiety to loss of consciousness, doctors said.
By Sheikh Saaliq, Associated Press
The Indian government and protesting farmers have been unable to reach common ground in talks held Tuesday, with the farmers saying their demonstrations against new agriculture laws will continue as will their blockades of key highways.
By Ashok Sharma, Associated Press
Many farmers have camped out on highways in Punjab and Haryana states for the last two months to protest the passing of the legislation. They say the laws could cause the government to stop buying grain at guaranteed prices and…
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