Germany will close the restaurants from next Monday and in the course of November as part of the new package of measures to contain the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, as federal and state sources have advanced to the data protection authority.
Researchers in Scotland have saved the leg of a dog using a new technique to grow bones in the laboratory. Eva the dog would have had her entire leg amputated were it not for a novel method of creating bone. Now the team plans to try it on human patients.
The new coronavirus pandemic has registered more than 625,000 new cases and 13,988 deaths in the past 24 hours. That surpassed the daily number of deaths in 24 hours, bringing the total to more than 73.5 million infections and 1.6 million deaths, according to the balance published by Johns Hopkins University on Wednesday.
Economists say that the cash shortage has no single cause, but rather is the result of a combination of factors. Following the 2016 currency cancellation, the government did not print enough new bank notes to keep up with India’s growing economy, betting that cash-loving Indians would embrace digital transactions. (They did not.) Modi May…
The Iranian Atomic Energy Agency (OEAI) underscored this Thursday that it has so far succeeded in enriching 17 kilograms of uranium to 20 percent, about a month after it was announced that it would increase the degree of enrichment in violation of its obligations under the nuclear agreement of 2015.
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPorton Down chief: Russia’s poison accusation ‘just not true’ There is “no way” any nerve agent held at the UK’s Porton Down lab could be linked to the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy and his daughter, the site’s chief executive has told the BBC. Gary Aitkenhead said…