Top 10 world news: The US is withdrawing troops from Afghanistan, the lockdown in Delhi has been extended and much more

Top 10 world news: The US is withdrawing troops from Afghanistan, the lockdown in Delhi has been extended and much more


Almost 20 years after the 9/11 attacks on US twin towers in New York, the US has begun withdrawing its forces from Afghanistan. In the meantime, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the leading U.S. infectious disease expert, advised the Indian government to impose a nationwide lockdown in response to the soaring COVID numbers in India. With the rise in coronavirus cases in India, New Delhi has decided to extend the lockdown for a week. Read this and much more in our Top 10 World News.

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Almost 20 years after the 9/11 attacks on US twin towers in New York, the US has begun withdrawing its forces from Afghanistan. In the meantime, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the leading U.S. infectious disease expert, advised the Indian government to impose a nationwide lockdown in response to the soaring COVID numbers in India. With the rise in coronavirus cases in India, New Delhi has decided to extend the lockdown for a week. Read this and much more in our Top 10 World News.

Afghanistan: The US begins to withdraw troops from the “eternal war”.

The US has begun its withdrawal from Afghanistan, the “Eternal War” that began 20 years ago after the September 11th attacks on New York’s twin towers. The development has sparked mixed reactions as there are widespread fears among Afghans about the possible takeover of the country by the Taliban.

Leading US disease expert Fauci urges India to impose a nationwide lockdown for a few weeks.

Fauci also said that “no one likes to lock the country” while urging Indian authorities to lock the country for “a few weeks” which he believes would have a significant impact on the scale of the outbreak.

Coronavirus Mutations Flagged by Indian Scientists That Could Evade Immune Response: Report

A group of scientific advisors working for the Indian government reportedly told authorities that minor mutations had been reported in many coronavirus samples. A group leader said these mutations “could potentially escape the immune response” and would require further investigation.

India’s Cital New Delhi extends the embargo by a week as Covid cases increase

“The lockdown in Delhi will be extended by a week,” said Arvind Kejriwal on Twitter. The current lockdown should expire in the city on Monday, but cases are currently increasing in the city of over 20 million people.

Biden wants to conduct “practical diplomacy” with North Korea on “big bargains”.

President Joe Biden’s approach involves “diplomacy” first and foremost rather than “big deals” with the North Korean government, the White House said on Friday.

COVID-19: The first batch of the Russian vaccine Sputnik V arrives in Hyderabad

The launch of the Russian vaccine is expected to bolster India’s third phase of the vaccination campaign, which began today amid a record spike in COVID-19 cases. India has reported more than 4 lakh new COVID-19 cases for the first time in the past 24 hours.

Boeing Announces $ 10,000,000 Aid To India’s Fight Against COVID-19

Boeing’s support will be directed to organizations that provide relief, including medical and emergency care, to communities and families battling COVID-19, the company said in a statement.

The third phase of the coronavirus vaccination begins in Jammu and Kashmir

The government urged people to register for the vaccine and also said that unregistered people will not be vaccinated. There are around 10 designated centers in Srinagar where the government has initiated the third phase of vaccination.

Residents of rebel-held northern Syria are given a Covid vaccine

Vaccine rollout began in the rebel-held part of northern Syria, and residents were given Covid vaccines on Saturday. Authorities in Idlib and northern Aleppo received a first batch of 53,800 AstraZeneca Covid-19 puffs on April 21 as part of the Covax program for poorer nations.

“The hpiest place on earth” reopens with COVID-19 restrictions

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