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Fatalities Following Flu Vaccines in South Korea Spark Concern

Vaccination concerns grew in South Korea after several people mysteriously died after being administered flu shots during a mass inoculation drive.Vaccination concerns grew in...

At Least 15 People Killed during Massive Visa Application Stampede in Afghanistan

At least 15 individuals were crushed to death in a stampede near the Pakistan consulate in eastern Afghanistan on Wednesday, as thousands of Afghans...

Nigerian Soldiers Open Fire on Protesters in Lagos

Nigerian soldiers opened fire on protesters who gathered in Lagos against police brutality last October 20 despite the 24-hour curfew imposed by the government...

Iran, Ukraine in Second Round of Talks to Discuss Compensation for Downed Passenger Plane

Ukrainian and Iranian officials meet in Tehran for a second round of talks from October 19 to 21 to discuss the compensation for the...

New Zealand Records 25 New COVID-19 Cases

The Ministry of Health of New Zealand has reported 25 new COVID-19 cases, on October 21, two of which are local cases and the...

At Least Five People Killed after Building Explosion in Karachi

Five people were killed and 20 others were wounded after an explosion in a four-story residential building in the southern port city of Karachi...

Berkshire Hathaway to Pay $4.14 Million Settlement for Alleged Iran Sanctions Violations

Berkshire Hathaway agreed to pay $4.14 million as settlement for the 144 shipments of its foreign subsidiary that allegedly violated Iran sanctions, the United...

Saudi Crown Prince Accused of Ordering Assassination of Jamal Khashoggi

The fiancée of the assassinated Saudi dissident and columnist Jamal Khashoggi, together with a Washington-based human rights organization, accused the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed...

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