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London Police arrests several protesters, protesting against the murder of 33-year-old woman Evlad by U.K police officer

According to reports, thousands of people in Britain poured into Clapham Park in London on Saturday (13th) to protest the murder of a 33-year-old woman by the London police. Protesters and the police broke out in physical clashes. Many women were brutally treated by the police. They were pressed to the ground and put on handcuffs.

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The United States, Japan, India, and Australia agree to provide 1 billion doses of vaccines to Asia by the end of next year

Washington: The “Quad Security Dialogue” (Quad) mechanism composed of the United States, Japan, India, and Australia held its summit for the first time and agreed to pool capital, production, and distribution capabilities to provide 1 billion doses to Asian countries by the end of 2022 Coronavirus vaccine.

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Jack Ma is living in his plane according to Financial Times

Since Ant Group’s record US$37 billion (approximately S$49.7 billion) initial public offering (IPO) was suspended, Jack Ma has only appeared in public once. But the British “Financial Times” obtained the flight information of his private jet. This information shows that although the Chinese billionaire is quite a lot, he is still far from the point of being out.

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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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