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The United Nations launches a global campaign to support equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines

United Nations Secretary-General Guterres issued a video message on the same day, saying that the coronavirus vaccine must be regarded as a global public product. No country can overcome this crisis alone. Countries should share vaccines and technologies to increase vaccine supply and speed up distribution. Only by working together globally can we protect medical staff and the most vulnerable people in the world, end the COVID-19 pandemic and restore the economy and normal life.

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Harry and Meghan’s interview shakes the UK rumored that Buckingham Palace meets urgently, Johnson declined to comment

The explosive interview between Prince Harry and his wife Meghan shocked the UK. It is reported that Buckingham Palace held a crisis meeting for this purpose. There have also been calls in British politics to investigate Meghan’s allegations of racial discrimination

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Feeling sad for Harry and his wife’s encounter, Queen of England promises to take allegations of royal racial discrimination seriously

Harry and his wife’s interview with Winfrey, the famous mouthpiece, was broadcast on Sunday, exposing racial issues and the secrets of the royal family. The Queen of England issued a brief statement through Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, stating that family members are saddened by the challenges Harry and Meghan have faced in the past few years, and although some memories may differ, “but we take it very seriously, and the family will handle these in private. problem”.

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US and Canada to buy Johnson & Johnson vaccine Biden: if there is enough in the country, then share it with other countries

At meetings with senior executives from Johnson & Johnson and Merck & Co, Biden emphasized the need to increase purchases. He said: “We need the greatest flexibility. We are always likely to encounter unexpected challenges. Many things can happen, and there may be changes. We have to plan ahead.”

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Editorial: ASEAN can be more proactive in helping Myanmar ease the situation

The United Nations Security Council issued a statement on March 10, strongly condemning the Myanmar military’s suppression of demonstrators, including women, young people, and children, and calling on the military to exercise restraint. The United States also announced additional sanctions, imposing economic sanctions on the two children of Min Anglai, commander-in-chief of the National Defense Forces, and the six companies they control. Secretary of State Blincoln warned that more sanctions will be imposed on Myanmar.

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