Χιλή: Ξεπέρασαν τις 105.000 τα κρούσματα μόλυνσης από τον SARS-CoV-2

Στη Χιλή ο αριθμός των κρουσμάτων μόλυνσης από τον SARS-CoV-2 έφθασε χθες τα 105.159, ενώ τα θύματα της COVID-19 αυξήθηκαν...
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House Dems' defense funding bill allocates $1M to rename military facilities named for Confederates
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Pence fires back at criticism of withdrawal from WHO, says global health agency 'let the world down'
Vice President Mike Pence responded Tuesday to bipartisan criticism of the Trump administration's decision to withdraw from the World Health Organization (WHO) next year, telling "Special Report" that the United Nations agency "let the world down" in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
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