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Cuba expands private sector amid COVID-19 pandemic

Mario Rodriguez, a resident in Havana's Playa district, is preparing his application to run an interior design start-up after the Cuban government extended the scope of private sector activities in Cuba.

Boris Johnson to appeal to G-7 leaders for vaccine cooperation

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will call for global cooperation on vaccine distribution at the first meeting of Group-of-Seven leaders since the U.K. assumed its rotating presidency.

New Zealand reports 4 new COVID-19 cases

New Zealand reported three new community cases of COVID-19 and one new infection in a managed isolation facility, said the New Zealand government at a press conference on Sunday.

Ethiopian gov’t, WFP commend China’s humanitarian support

The Ethiopian government and the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) have applauded China's humanitarian support for needy people in the East African country.

Africa’s COVID-19 cases top 3.73 mln: Africa CDC

A total of 3,731,343 COVID-19 cases have been reported on the African continent as of Saturday evening, the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) said.

At least 30 injured after 7.3-magnitude quake strikes off northeastern Japan

At least 30 people were injured after an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 struck off Fukushima Prefecture in northeastern Japan late Saturday.

Myanmar’s State Administration Council amends law on protecting citizens’ personal freedom, security

Myanmar's State Administration Council led by Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Sen-Gen Min Aung Hlaing on Saturday issued an order amending the Protection of the Citizens for the Personal Freedom and Personal Security Law.

Expert: Poverty rate in Armenia close to 30%

Armenian economist Tadevos Avetisyan has said that though Nikol Pashinyan presented 2020 as a year of prosperity, the poverty indicators in Armenia are close to 30%.

Australian state records 2 new cases of COVID-19

The state of Victoria, which is hosting the Australian Open, recorded two new locally-acquired cases on Sunday, taking the total active cases to 22.

Road accident claims 14 lives in S. India

At least 14 people died and four were injured when a small private van carrying passengers collided head-on with a truck in India's southern state of Andhra Pradesh, early on Sunday, a local police officer said.

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