Injuries reported after Dutch police fire warning shots at anti-lockdown protest

By Anna-Maja Rappard, Nada Bashir, Barbara von Bulow and Rob Picheta, At least two people were wounded after police in the Dutch city of Rotterdam fired warning shots during a protest over Covid-19 measures on Friday, the first of a handful of anti-lockdown protests planned across Europe this weekend. Rotterdam Police said the demonstration on Coolsingel, one of the […]

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Turkish President and President Buhari, sign eight bilateral agreements

Buhari thanked Erdogan for commissioning the Turkish Cultural Centre in Abuja. President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday in Abuja praises Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for opening his country’s borders to accommodate millions of refugees in dire need of humanitarian support. Speaking at the press conference on the occasion of the official visit of the Turkish […]

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In Poland, Protesters Fear Court Ruling Points to EU Exit

Fight between Warsaw and Brussels over laws, courts and money deepens following Polish decision that overrules European Union authority Protesters rallied Sunday in Warsaw in favor of Poland staying in the European Union.PHOTO: WOJTEK RADWANSKI/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE/GETTY IMAGESBy Drew Hinshaw and Laurence NormanOct. 11, 2021 1:01 pm ET WARSAW—Tens of thousands of protesters marched through Warsaw […]

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Malaysia and Singapore ease international travel restrictions in pivot to living with Covid

By Rhea Mogul, Oct 11, 2021 Singapore and Malaysia have each revealed plans to start reopening their borders as the Southeast Asian neighbors move away from their zero-Covid strategies toward living with the virus. Malaysian Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said Sunday the country would end its domestic and international travel restrictions for fully vaccinated […]

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