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    Active COVID-19 Infections In Italy Surpass 1 Million

    Rome [Italy]: The number of active cases of coronavirus surpassed 1 million in Italy on Sunday, the result of a swift increase in cases over the last two weeks. ...Tap to read more

    Sri Lanka Shuts Schools Amid Fuel Crisis

    Colombo [Sri Lanka]: Amid the unprecedented fuel crisis, the Sri Lankan Education Ministry declared the next week, starting from July 4, a holiday week for all the government and state-approved private schools. ...Tap to read more

    EU Provides Euro 40 Million For Polio Vaccines, Child Protection In Afghanistan

    New York [US]: The European Union contributed an additional Euro 25 million for polio vaccines and Euro 15 million for child protection in Afghanistan. ...Tap to read more

    ‘Several Dead’ In Copenhagen Mall Shooting, One Arrested

    Copenhagen [Denmark]: Several people were shot dead at a mall in Denmark's capital Copenhagen and one person was arrested in connection with the shooting. ...Tap to read more

    Singapore Reports 6,127 New COVID-19 Cases

    Singapore: Singapore reported 6,127 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total tally to 1,467,234. ...Tap to read more

    2 Women Killed In Shark Attack Near Red Sea Resort

    Cairo [Egypt]: Two women were killed after being attacked by a shark in the south of Egypt's Red Sea resort city of Hurghada, the Egyptian Environment Ministry confirmed on Sunday. ...Tap to read more

    Rohit Sharma Recovered From Covid, Starts Net Practice

    Birmingham [UK]: It was a huge relief for Indian fans as Rohit Sharma went on to hit the nets to practise after recovering from COVID-19. The Indian skipper was supposed to play the fifth and final rescheduled Test match here at the Edgbaston cricket stadium in Birmingham starting July 1 but could not do so after being diagnosed with corona. ...Tap to read more

    ENG vs IND: Pujara Hits Half-Century, India Lead By 257 Runs

    Brief Scores: England- 284/10 (Jonny Bairstow 106, Sam Billings 36, Mohammed Siraj 4/66) trail India - 416 and 125/3 (Cheteshwar Pujara 50*, Rishabh Pant 30*, James Anderson 1/26) by 257 runs. ...Tap to read more

    Japan Pledges USD 14 Million In Aid To Afghanistan

    Doha [Qatar]: Japan has pledged USD 14 million for Afghan agriculture and development projects, said Afghanistan's Foreign Department Spokesperson. This aid was pledged by the Japanese Ambassador to Afghanistan Takashi Okada in a meeting with Afghan Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi in Doha, Qatar. ...Tap to read more

    Chinese Real Estate Developers Accepting Watermelons As Payment

    Beijing [China]: The deep recession in China's property market has compelled real estate companies to float a bizarre marketing strategy to lure home buyers. ...Tap to read more

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