Fear grips Chinese city as virus lockdown begins Wuhan: The London-sized city where the virus began Coronavirus: How worried should we be? New China virus: Your questions answered None of this means China is wrong to try to contain the virus. The WHO has praised their efforts, and there are some precedents for what experts call "social distancing". … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: How do you quarantine a city – and does it work?
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Iran was also accused of hacking some 200 universities in order to gather research and other work, via a group called Mabna Institute during the conference. In 2018, the FBI put out a wanted poster (pictured) for nine Iranian nationals indicted by a New York grand jury, all allegedly linked to the Mabna Institute … [Read more...] about US officials claim China stole ‘massive amounts’ of data from Western companies and warns foreign governments not to use its Huawei technology due to ‘security risks’
Italian navy ships, Frontex border patrol vessels and non-profit rescue boats unloaded the exhausted men, women and children in Pozzallo, Catania and Messina after rescuers responded to a fresh wave of dinghy departures from the coast of Libya. … [Read more...] about Migrant rescues in Med hit three-year high, new data shows
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“To preserve the quality of our national statistics, and prevent schools being disadvantaged by incorrect data being made public, we have decided to delay the full suite of key stage four publications by two weeks to allow us to resolve the issue.” … [Read more...] about School leaders accuse ministers of ‘eroding’ their confidence after two major data issues