The US will support a proposal to waive IP protections for coronavirus vaccines, Washington's top trade official said. More than 100 countries want the temporary suspension of patents on COVID-19 vaccines.
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G7 ministers criticize Russia and China as they "revitalize in-person diplomacy." But the first face-to-face talks in over two years were not the fresh start they hoped for after a COVID-19 scare unsettled proceedings.
After the government's previous emissions targets were deemed unconstitutional by Germany's top court, two ministers have set out a more ambitious proposal.
Recent pledges to cut emissions fail to account for the rich world's historical carbon debt to poorer ones.
Chelsea will meet Manchester City in the second all-English Champions League final in three seasons. Thomas Tuchel masterminded another big win for Chelsea, whose German striker Timo Werner scored the opener.
In 2020, many countries curtailed freedoms under the guise of fighting the pandemic.
The World Health Organization will establish a center in Germany to monitor emerging pandemic threats in the hopes of preventing the next one. "Viruses move fast. But data can move even faster," the WHO's chief said.
India's central bank has announced loans to help the overwhelmed healthcare sector. Meanwhile, a German military plane is transporting an oxygen generator to the country.
Benjamin Netanyahu has lost his mandate to form a government after failing to reach a deal. The president has requested that his opponent Yair Lapid now make an attempt.
A group of Belarusians are seeking justice in German courts against Lukashenko's regime over alleged torture. Their lawyers say there are at least 100 other victims.
In a virtual speech, Angela Merkel has warned that the memory of the crimes committed by the Nazis in Europe must be kept alive. "This is Germany's eternal responsibility," she said
Germany and France have acted as peace brokers between Russia and Ukraine for years. Now, US President Joe Biden has thrown his hat into the ring as well.
Former US President Donald Trump will be suspended from Facebook and Instagram for at least another six months. He was banned from the platform following the January 6 siege of the US Capitol by his supporters.
Seven years after Scots voted to remain a part of the UK, the question of independence is front and center once again.
Mexico's president asked Maya people for forgiveness, but critics say the apology is empty without government action.
Advocates are urging greater protections for people who work in the trade, because of health hazards and low wages.
Facebook's oversight board did the right thing by keeping Trump suspended — the verdict could have global ramifications.
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