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Professor Thomas Mertens told the BBC’s Today Programme that despite Germany holding 1.4 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, the nation has only been able to administer 240,000 doses. The German virologist added that there is a psychological problem within the nation regarding the Oxford vaccine following Germany’s initial advice which stated the jab should
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Four of Ecuador’s jails saw unprecedented and bloody violence this week, in confrontations that were described by the South American country’s government as “concerted action by criminal organisations”. Now the death toll from the violence has reached 79, including 18 prisoners who were found dismembered at one jail. Police are now preparing to re-enter one
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German tabloid Bild wrote on its front page: “Dear Brits, we envy you!” The paper moaned about being stuck in lockdown and said the UK’s vaccine rollout means we are “just plain happy”. They added: “The English have announced their return to normality on June 21 . . . and here there’s no hope.” The paper also claimed that Britons
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The Russian president’s comments came after the EU agreed to sanction those responsible for the “arrest, sentencing and persecution” of Mr Navalny. Analysts have said relations between Russia and the West are approaching their lowest point since the Cold War. President Putin spoke to the Federal Security Services (FSB) in an annual address on Wednesday. He
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