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Bangladesh
  • Infection: 678,937
  • Recovery: 572,378
  • Death: 9,661

Source: IEDCR

World
  • Infection: 134,719,328
  • Recovery: 76,537,874
  • Death: 2,915,972

Source: Johns Hopkins University

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Health workers carry the body of a man who died from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), for burial at a graveyard in New Delhi, India, Apr 9, 2021. REUTERS
South Asia surpasses grim
milestone of 15m virus cases

The region accounts for 11% of global cases and almost 6% of deaths, a Reuters tally shows

Global CO2 emissions far off net-zero trajectory

Net zero has become symbolically and diplomatically important for policymakers, but the goal will remain far out of reach without much faster change

Monkey with brain-chip plays videogame

Elon Musk says first Neuralink product will ‘enable someone with paralysis to use a smartphone with their mind faster than someone using thumbs’

Jordan's former Crown Prince Hamza bin Hussein attends official celebrations of the 10th anniversary of King Abdullah's accession to the throne, in Amman June 9, 2009. REUTERS

Sudden visit to COVID victims' families sparked Jordan's royal rift

Hamza made the trip to console the bereaved six days before Prince Hussein went to the city to do the same, a move that some officials said had upstaged his younger rival for the throne

Stanisha Land receives the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, Illinois, on February 13, 2021

My family’s global vaccine journey

Many families are at the mercy of a global game of vaccine geopolitics

Almarie Frazier with her 12-year old daughter, Kamari, and 7-year old son, Wayne, at home in Oakland, Calif, March 28, 2021.The New York Times

Does it hurt children to measure pandemic learning loss?

Research shows many young children have fallen behind in reading and math during the pandemic — but some educators are worried about stigmatising an entire generation

Neon signs are pictured in this combination image at the

The lights are on

From a cross-legged Ronald McDonald to a martini glass replete with olive, classic neon signs fill Let There Be Neon, a Lower Manhattan shop that makes all their signs in-house

Britain's Prince Philip arrives on the eve of his 90th birthday to take the salute of the Household Division Beating Retreat on Horse Guards Parade in London Jun 9, 2011. REUTERS

Prince Philip was the
gruff figure at heart
of Britain's monarchy

The husband of Queen Elizabeth who played a leading figure in the British royal family for almost seven decades dies at the age of 99

A healthcare worker wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) walks past an ambulance near the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) temporary hospital organised at the National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland Apr 2, 2021. REUTERS

Polish doctors exhausted by COVID third wave

They are just taking naps between shifts as they fight a non-stop third wave of the coronavirus, the health minister says

Pharmacist Brittany Marsh fills out a COVID-19 vaccine card for a patient at her pharmacy in Little Rock, Ark., on March 8, 2021. The New York Times

Online scammers have a new offer for you: vaccine cards

Hundreds of sellers are offering false and stolen vaccine cards, as businesses and states weigh proof of vaccinations for getting people back to work and play

  • Abdur Rashid, a 77-year-old COVID-19 patient, is taken out of an ambulance at Mugda General Hospital in Dhaka on Saturday, Apr 10, 2021. He was denied admission to two private hospitals earlier. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Abdur Rashid, a 77-year-old COVID-19 patient, is taken out of an ambulance at Mugda General Hospital in Dhaka on Saturday, Apr 10, 2021. He was denied admission to two private hospitals earlier. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • The grandson of Abdur Rashid, a 77-year-old COVID-19 patient, holds an oxygen mask over the septuagenarian's face at the emergency department of Mugda General Hospital in Dhaka on Saturday, Apr 10, 2021. He arrived there after being denied admission to two private hospitals earlier. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    The grandson of Abdur Rashid, a 77-year-old COVID-19 patient, holds an oxygen mask over the septuagenarian's face at the emergency department of Mugda General Hospital in Dhaka on Saturday, Apr 10, 2021. He arrived there after being denied admission to two private hospitals earlier. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Gurucharan Sarker, a resident of Dhaka's Meradia, had undergone treatment at a private hospital in Banasree for the last three days after contracting the coronavirus. He was moved to Mugda General Hospital after his condition deteriorated on Saturday, Apr 10, 2021. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Gurucharan Sarker, a resident of Dhaka's Meradia, had undergone treatment at a private hospital in Banasree for the last three days after contracting the coronavirus. He was moved to Mugda General Hospital after his condition deteriorated on Saturday, Apr 10, 2021. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Commuters cross a bridge in Dhaka's Aminbazar on foot to reach their destinations on Saturday, Apr 10, 2021, amid an exodus from the capital ahead of a new lockdown with stricter rules scheduled to start from Apr 14. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Commuters cross a bridge in Dhaka's Aminbazar on foot to reach their destinations on Saturday, Apr 10, 2021, amid an exodus from the capital ahead of a new lockdown with stricter rules scheduled to start from Apr 14. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Commuters cross a bridge in Dhaka's Aminbazar on foot to reach their destinations on Saturday, Apr 10, 2021, amid an exodus from the capital ahead of a new lockdown with stricter rules scheduled to start from Apr 14. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Commuters cross a bridge in Dhaka's Aminbazar on foot to reach their destinations on Saturday, Apr 10, 2021, amid an exodus from the capital ahead of a new lockdown with stricter rules scheduled to start from Apr 14. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Traffic was heavy in Dhaka's New Market area despite an ongoing coronavirus-induced lockdown in the country, Apr 9, 2021. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Traffic was heavy in Dhaka's New Market area despite an ongoing coronavirus-induced lockdown in the country, Apr 9, 2021. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • People crowding Dhaka's New Market area after the government decided to allow stores and shopping malls to remain open during the ongoing coronavirus-induced lockdown, subject to compliance with

    People crowding Dhaka's New Market area after the government decided to allow stores and shopping malls to remain open during the ongoing coronavirus-induced lockdown, subject to compliance with "strict health rules", Apr 9, 2021. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Shoppers gather at the sidewalk shops in front of Dhaka's New Market during the coronavirus-induced lockdown, Apr 9, 2021. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Shoppers gather at the sidewalk shops in front of Dhaka's New Market during the coronavirus-induced lockdown, Apr 9, 2021. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Dhaka's New Market brimming with shoppers after shops allowed to remain open during the ongoing coronavirus-induced lockdown. However, most people ignored the physical distancing rules imposed by the government in the wake of the surge in coronavirus cases and deaths. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Dhaka's New Market brimming with shoppers after shops allowed to remain open during the ongoing coronavirus-induced lockdown. However, most people ignored the physical distancing rules imposed by the government in the wake of the surge in coronavirus cases and deaths. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • People visiting Dhaka's New Market with children amid an ongoing lockdown in the country to curb the spread of the coronavirus, Apr 9, 2021. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    People visiting Dhaka's New Market with children amid an ongoing lockdown in the country to curb the spread of the coronavirus, Apr 9, 2021. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Shops and markets have reopened on the fifth day of the week-long as shoppers thronged Dhaka's New Market area on Friday, Apr 9, 2021. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Shops and markets have reopened on the fifth day of the week-long as shoppers thronged Dhaka's New Market area on Friday, Apr 9, 2021. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Buyers gather at Dhaka's New Market in Dhaka after the government allowed shops and shopping malls to remain open during the ongoing coronavirus-induced lockdown, subject to compliance with ‘strict hygiene rules’. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Buyers gather at Dhaka's New Market in Dhaka after the government allowed shops and shopping malls to remain open during the ongoing coronavirus-induced lockdown, subject to compliance with ‘strict hygiene rules’. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Shoppers crowd the New Market in Dhaka on Friday, Apr 9, 2021. The government allowed all stores and shopping malls to reopen altering the lockdown rules following protests by shop owners and employees. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Shoppers crowd the New Market in Dhaka on Friday, Apr 9, 2021. The government allowed all stores and shopping malls to reopen altering the lockdown rules following protests by shop owners and employees. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Shoppers crowd the New Market in Dhaka on Friday, Apr 9, 2021. The government allowed all stores and shopping malls to reopen altering the lockdown rules following protests by shop owners and employees. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Shoppers crowd the New Market in Dhaka on Friday, Apr 9, 2021. The government allowed all stores and shopping malls to reopen altering the lockdown rules following protests by shop owners and employees. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

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Impossible Foods plant-based beef products are seen inside a refrigerator at the meat section of a chain supermarket in Hong Kong, China, October 20, 2020. REUTERS

Impossible Foods in talks to list on the stock market

Impossible Foods Inc is preparing for a public listing which could value the US plant-based burger maker at around $10 billion or more

Iranian people walk in Tehran Bazaar, in Tehran, Iran Apr 6, 2021. REUTERS

Iran orders 10-day shutdown

The move aims to curb the spread of a fourth wave of the coronavirus pandemic in the country

Actor Farooque doing better

His son urges all not to spread rumours about his father’s condition