International current affairs- March 6, 2021

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International current affairs- March 6, 2021

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1-The first estimate the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) report said Greek economy contracted by 8.2% in 2020.

2-Canada has approved use of Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine.

3-52.7% Israelis were vaccinated against Covid-19; Oman will administer 2nd jabs.

4-The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) will monitor Covid-19 vaccine roll-outs in countries in humanitarian crisis.

5- Chile has reported 5,325 new Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours, the highest figure since June 2020.

6-Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has extended the Tokyo region’s state of emergency.

7-Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has justified new restrictions to flatten the curve of the third wave of the pandemic.

8-According to health authorities, 21 African nations’ Covid fatality rates are higher than global average.

9-The US forces have deployed new defence systems in northern and eastern Syria. It is done to protect against any possible attack by Iran-backed militias.

10-Banks in Lebanon have been witnessing mass layoffs as the Covid-19 pandemic hit the economic crisis.

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11-UK’s Covid ‘R'(reproduction) number remains below 1.

12-SAGE- Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies

IRGC- Islamic Revolution Guards Corps

13- According to the Geneva-based Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), Global representation of women in Parliament has reached 25.5%.

14- Sweden has been developing a digital Covid-19 vaccination certificate for use in international travel.

15- Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iranian Foreign Minister, has slammed the US continued sanctions against the Islamic Republic amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

16- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and German Chancellor Angela Merkel held a video conference to discuss the Covid-19 pandemic and other regional issues.

17-San Francisco Mayor London Breed has announced a new economic recovery program.

18-UN has offered help to break Nile dam tripartite impasse between Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan.

19-The European Union (EU) has approved $155mn(130 million euros) to back Syrian refugees.

20-The Saudi-led coalition foiled Houthi drone attack.

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21- COVAX, the international vaccine campaign delivered over 20mn doses to 20 nations.

22-World Health Organization (WHO) officials said Covid-19 caused more mass trauma than World War II.

23-10 dead, 30 hurt in the Somalian capital of Mogadishu suicide blast.

24-Democratic House lawmaker Eric Swalwell has sued Donald Trump over Capitol riot.

25-The European Union (EU) and the US have agreed to suspend the tariffs over Airbus-Boeing disputes.

26-Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has secured a vote of confidence in the National Assembly.

Imran Khan
Imran Khan

27- At least five people were killed in a landmine blast in Pakistan’s Balochistan province.

28-California theme parks, stadiums will reopen as early as April 1.

29-The University of Peshawar (UoP) has introduced dress code for girls. It has joined the Hazara University, Abbottabad and Bacha Khan University (BKU), Charsada.


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