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State structure, principles to be reshaped by COVID-19

ANKARA  The COVID-19 pandemic has created a number of challenges for countries the world over as they have been forced to adopt new measures to ensure not only the health...

Coronavirus: Recoveries in Russia cross 450,000 mark

MOSCOW Recoveries from the novel coronavirus in Russia exceeded 450,000 on Monday as the nation dropped under the world's top three countries with the most COVID-19 cases. According to its emergency...

WHO suspends hydroxychloroquine trial for second time

By Bayram Altug GENEVA The World Health Organization (WHO) said Saturday it stopped a clinical trial of the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus patients. “WHO today accepted the recommendation from the...

Early hydroxychloroquine helps virus patients: Study

ANKARA Controversial antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine, which is touted by some world leaders and roundly rejected by others, has helped reduce coronavirus mortalities in hospitalized patients, according to a retrospective study...

Russia reports less than 7,000 cases for 8th day in row

MOSCOW Russia on Friday reported less than 7,000 new coronavirus for the eight consecutive day. A total of 6,718 cases were reported over the past 24 hours, raising the tally to...

India: Daily virus cases breach 20,000 mark for 1st time

NEW DELHI  Daily coronavirus cases in India hit a record high on Friday, breaching the 20,000 mark for the first time since the country’s first cases in January. With 20,903 new...

India’s 1st COVID-19 vaccine gets human trial approval

NEW DELHI, India India’s first COVID-19 vaccine got the approval for human trials from the country’s drug regulator, as number of coronavirus-related cases and deaths continues upward, a drug company...

Russia confirms under 7,000 virus cases for 2nd day

MOSCOW  The daily coronavirus cases in Russia on Saturday remained below 7,000 for the second day in a row. Over the past day, 6,852 new cases were confirmed in the country,...

COVID-19: Turkey repatriates nationals from Uganda

JOHANNESBURG The Turkish government has repatriated 49 of its citizens who had been stranded in Uganda after air traffic was shut to slow the coronavirus pandemic. “A Turkish Airlines flight carrying...

Ethiopia launches COVID-19 antibody testing

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia Ethiopia on Monday launched nationwide testing for antibodies to the novel coronavirus.  The testing campaign to check infection rates and levels of immunity to the virus lasts through...

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Anadolu Agency's Morning Briefing – July 14, 2020

ANKARA Anadolu Agency is here with a rundown of the latest developments on the coronavirus pandemic and other news in Turkey and around the world. Latest...

Turkey conveys condolences to Afghanistan

ANKARA Turkey conveyed its condolences to Afghanistan on Monday after 36 security forces were killed and over 60 others wounded amid a surge in Taliban-claimed...

Real Madrid one step away from La Liga title

ANKARA  Real Madrid took another step towards securing the La Liga title after defeating Granada 2-1 in an away match late Monday.  Ferland Mendy's opener in...

Turkish VP slams Armenian attack on Azerbaijani troops

ANKARA  Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay on Monday strongly condemned a deadly weekend attack by Armenian armed forces on Azerbaijani troops. "The attack by Armenia against...

Armenian army attacks civilian areas in Azerbaijan

BAKU, Azerbaijan  Armenian troops opened fire on civilian settlements on the Azerbaijani border, Azerbaijan’s defense ministry said Monday.    The troops fired on the villages of...

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