Trump's Operation Warp Speed document shows big military involvement: Stat News
(Reuters) - The Trump administration's Operation Warp Seed vaccine programme is a highly structured organization in which military personnel vastly outnumber civilian scientists, health news website Stat News reported on Monday citing an organizational chart from July 30.
Afghan official Abdullah in Pakistan for talks on peace bid
ISLAMABAD, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Senior Afghan peace official Abdullah Abdullah arrived in Pakistan on Monday for meetings in a country seen as vital to the success of Afghan talks aimed at ending decades of war.
Malaysia's PM secures leadership in key state after election win
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin won out in negotiations on the candidate to lead a key state on Monday, after winning a weekend election that was seen as a litmus test of his leadership amid a fresh challenge for his post.
Iranian dissident caught between rock and hard place in Cyprus limbo
NICOSIA (Reuters) - An Iranian dissident who fled his country fearing arrest has fallen foul of politics and COVID-19 restrictions in ethnically split Cyprus.
Trump's Operation Warp Speed document shows big military involvement- Stat News
Sept 28 (Reuters) - The Trump administration's Operation Warp Seed vaccine program is a highly structured organization in which military personnel vastly outnumber civilian scientists, health news website Stat News reported on Monday citing an organizational chart from July 30.
Ex-Vatican treasurer Pell heads back to Rome from Australia
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former Vatican treasurer George Pell is traveling to Rome this week for the first time since he was acquitted of child sex abuse charges in Australia, a Catholic church spokeswoman confirmed on Monday.
Support for New Zealand's Ardern drops in latest poll but coalition still seen winning
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand's ruling Labour Party will need help from coalition partners to form a government after an Oct.17 general election, the latest opinion polls showed on Monday, after it was previously on course to govern alone.
FEATURE-Caught in pandemic's net, fish sellers struggle to stay afloat in India
CHENNAI, India, Sept 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In 35 years of selling the village catch, Jennet Cleetus said business has never been so bad for her and other women who make ends meet by hawking seafood along the palm-fringed coast of Kerala in southern India.
Turkey prepares second indictment on six Khashoggi murder suspects: media
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish prosecutors have prepared a second indictment against six Saudi officials in connection with the 2018 murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul, broadcaster NTV and other media said on Monday.
'Planet is dying', India's 8-year-old climate crusader warns
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - When 8-year-old Indian climate change activist Licypriya Kangujam is older, she wants to launch a solo mission to the moon to research ways to save planet earth.
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