Top 10 world news: ECDC warns of dramatic increase in Covid cases in Europe, Afghan armed forces kill 20 Taliban fighters in air strikes and more

Top 10 world news: ECDC warns of dramatic increase in Covid cases in Europe, Afghan armed forces kill 20 Taliban fighters in air strikes and more


According to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), the number of Coronavirus Infections in Europe will rise dramatically August 1st. An increase of almost five times is expected. Highly transferable Delta variant, along with easing Covid measures, are attributed to this dramatic increase in coronavirus cases.

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According to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), the number of Coronavirus Infections in Europe will rise dramatically August 1st. An increase of almost five times is expected. Highly transferable Delta variant, along with easing Covid measures, are attributed to this dramatic increase in coronavirus cases.

In other news, like the Taliban continues heavy fighting in several areas in the north and west, Afghan Ministry of Defense announced that Afghan troops carried out Air strikes against Taliban fighters in the Shuhada district of Badakhshan Province, with at least 20 people killed.

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Europe Covid infections will increase five times by August 1, says the disease authority ECDC

According to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), almost five times as many new coronavirus infections are expected by August 1.

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The Afghan Ministry of Defense announced on Friday that Afghan forces had carried out air strikes against Taliban fighters in Shuhada district in Badakhshan province.

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Malnutrition is now referred to as Afghanistan’s “silent emergency”

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