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Electric vehicles sales are surging across Europe

According to the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA), which represents major automakers, battery electric vehicles more than doubled their share…

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Spacing Pfizer COVID jabs boosts antibody levels: UK study

Oxford University study finds that a longer gap between doses of Pfizer vaccine leads to higher overall antibody levels. A…

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China mulls turning tutoring companies into non-profits

The sweeping set of rules under consideration could decimate the country’s $100bn education technology industry, sources tell Bloomberg News. China…

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Photos: Maya Ali looks ethereal in her dreamy ‘Eid Day 3’ look

Pakistani television actress Maya Ali is celebrating the third day of Eid-ul-Adha with an exquisite look. Took to Instagram, the…

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EU regulator endorses use of Moderna’s COVID-19 shot for children

European Medicines Agency gives all clear for vaccine to be used in children aged between 12 and 17. The European…

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Slain Haitian president’s hometown holds funeral amid violence

The body of slain Haitian President Jovenel Moise was returned to his hometown Friday for a private funeral amid heavy…

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Shahid Kapoor’s wife Mira Rajput got lip surgery?

Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor‘s wife Mira Rajput always receives compliments from users on social media for her beautiful photos and…

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Can Israel criminalise Ben & Jerry’s ice cream in the US?

Ben & Jerry’s decision to stop selling ice cream in Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territories may prove a pivotal…

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Officials warn of ‘race’ against Delta variant as US cases surge

New COVID-19 cases are surging in parts of the United States and globally where vaccination rates are low as the…

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Could lower vaccine doses be key to ending the COVID pandemic?

During an outbreak of Yellow Fever in Brazil in 2018, there was a global shortage of vaccines. In the face…

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American Express sees windfall from reinvigorated US consumers

American Express’s revenue jumped to $10.24bn from $7.68bn last year, the company reported on Friday. Spending at restaurants, shops and…

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Azad Jammu Kashmir election: The five major constituencies to watch

As the AJK elections are coming near, the political activities are increasing in the region, there are 45 general constituencies…

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Tokyo Olympics: Meet Hend Zaza, The Youngest Competitor At The Olympics

Hend Zaza is the youngest competitor at the Tokyo Olympics. She is also the youngest Olympian since the 1968 Winter…

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FAO Pushes G20 For More Investment, Game-changing Efforts

NAPLES:  The Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), QU Dongyu, called on G20 Environment…

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Which famous actor will not be seen in the ‘Fast and Furious’ series now?

Actor Dwayne Johnson aka ‘The Rock’ will no longer show the essence of acting in the Hollywood action, thriller, and…

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Cleveland baseball team changes name from Indians to Guardians

Ohio MLB team’s name change comes after decades of protests by Native American groups calling it a harmful stereotype. Cleveland’s…

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Pakistan equity market remains range-bound over rise in Covid cases

KARACHI: The Pakistan stocks witnessed a range-bound trading on Friday, as investors remained concerned over the rising Covid-19 cases and…

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Bosnia’s peace envoy imposes ban on genocide denial

The top international official in Bosnia and Herzegovina has banned denial of genocide in the Balkan country to counter attempts…

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Binance may go public in the US, according to its CEO

Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao claimed Binance U.S. was “looking at the IPO route” at an online event on Friday. Soon,…

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Wapda chief, Chinese envoy discuss Dasu hydropower project

ISLAMABAD: Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda) chairman Lt Gen Muzammil Hussain (Retd) on Friday called on Chinese Ambassador to…

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China’s Xi urges people in Tibet to ‘follow party’ in rare visit

President Xi’s visit comes as China faces increased security concerns as a result of clashes with India and the withdrawal…

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This July, Plant City Entertainment will present Sister Act

Plant City Entertainment will reopen for live entertainment on Friday, July 16, after a year and a half of darkness…

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Bitcoin will be a key part of Twitter’s future, according to Jack Dorsey

Over the last few years, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has been a big supporter of Bitcoin. He and Jay Z…

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South Korea tightens the rules on foreign crypto exchanges

South Korea is tightening its regulatory crackdown on unregistered international crypto exchanges, lately requesting that foreign virtual-asset service providers register…

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Prince Harry is producing a memoir – but is he writing it?

Prince Harry announced this week that he is writing a memoir “not as the prince I was born but as…

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Pakistan condemns India’s state-sponsored spying operations

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday condemned in strongest possible terms India’s state-sponsored, continuing and widespread surveillance and spying operations in clear…

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Azad Kashmir Election: Imran Khan promises health cards, interest-free loans for the residents of AJK

In an election campaign in Kotli for the forthcoming polls, he said that the opposition’s declarations of the government making…

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Tokyo Olympics: Opening Ceremony highlights ’emotional unity’

The Tokyo 2020 Olympics Opening Ceremony began on Friday, with a solemn performance in front of a pretty much empty…

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The world’s first arm transplant operation, a disabled person got hands after 23 years

A man who amputated both his arm and shoulder 23 years ago can wave again thanks to advances in medicine.…

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As Olympics begin, Japan rolls out red carpet for Pfizer CEO

Japan’s prime minister met with Pfizer’s CEO to ensure the drugmaker delivers COVID-19 vaccines as supply dwindles. Japan’s prime minister…

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