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US President Joe Biden reopened the country on Wednesday to people seeking green cards, ending a ban on legal immigration that former President Donald Trump imposed last year, citing what he said was the need to protect American jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new form of coronavirus variant is spreading rapidly in New York City and it carries a worrisome mutation that may weaken the effectiveness of vaccines, according to The New York Times.
The Hong Kong government has called for tighter supervision of city's public broadcaster by government-appointed advisers, a move seen by pro-democracy activists as an attempt to restrict freedom of the press.
A court in Germany convicted a former Syrian security officer on Wednesday of aiding and abetting crimes against humanity for his role in arresting and transporting protesters to an interrogation center known for torture.
Several celebrities, including 'Game of Thrones' fame star Kit Harington and 'True Blood' fame actor 'Anna Paquin', have joined the cast of the second season of Amazon's anthology series 'Modern Love'.
American actor Mila Kunis is all set to treat her fans with an upcoming outing. The star is set to feature in 'Luckiest Girl Alive', the Netflix film adaptation of the best-selling novel.
The United States on Saturday (local time) condemned the firing on pro-democracy supporters by the Myanmar security forces in Mandalay, which led to the death of two people.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Saturday (local time) condemned the use of "deadly violence" in Myanmar, which left two people dead and several injured.
World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Friday urged countries and drugmakers to help speed up the manufacture and distribution of vaccines across the globe, warning that the world could be "back at square one" if some countries went ahead with their vaccination campaigns and left others behind.
The Myanmar police opened fire on pro-democracy protesters in the city of Mandalay on Saturday, killing two people and wounding dozens, according to witnesses.