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‘Inadequate armor’? FETISH supplier donates gear to ‘underfunded’ NHS as Covid-19 deaths pass 1,000 mark

With Britain’s National Health Service struggling to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, help has come from the most unlikely source. A company supplying medical equipment to hardcore fetish enthusiasts has donated its stock. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Inadequate armor’? FETISH supplier donates gear to ‘underfunded’ NHS as Covid-19 deaths pass 1,000 mark

With Britain’s National Health Service struggling to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, help has come from the most unlikely source. A company supplying medical equipment to hardcore fetish enthusiasts has donated its stock. Read Full Article at RT.com

UFC 249 dealt seemingly fatal blow as Russia TOTALLY locks down borders... appearing to trap Khabib in country

The Russian authorities may have put the final nail in the coffin for the UFC's plans to go ahead with the Khabib Nurmagomedov versus Tony Ferguson bout, after locking down all the country's borders. Read Full Article at RT.com
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UFC 249 dealt seemingly fatal blow as Russia TOTALLY locks down borders... appearing to trap Khabib in country

The Russian authorities may have put the final nail in the coffin for the UFC's plans to go ahead with the Khabib Nurmagomedov versus Tony Ferguson bout, after locking down all the country's borders. Read Full Article at RT.com

'F*ck you pr*ck!': Tyson Fury's young son offers cheeky rebuke during dad's quarantine home workout (VIDEO)

When you are a 6ft 9in heavyweight champion, exercising at home during a period of self-imposed isolation can be tricky but Tyson Fury isn't letting the coronavirus situation - or indeed his son - get in the way of his routine. Read Full Article at RT.com
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'F*ck you pr*ck!': Tyson Fury's young son offers cheeky rebuke during dad's quarantine home workout (VIDEO)

When you are a 6ft 9in heavyweight champion, exercising at home during a period of self-imposed isolation can be tricky but Tyson Fury isn't letting the coronavirus situation - or indeed his son - get in the way of his routine. Read Full Article at RT.com

India registers 179 fresh Covid-19 cases, highest in single day; PM announces special fund

India reported 179 fresh Covid-19 cases, highest in a single day, taking the tally to 918, and the death toll climbed to 19 on Saturday. The government shored up efforts to boost health infrastructure, including procurement of ventilators, and PM Modi announc
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India registers 179 fresh Covid-19 cases, highest in single day; PM announces special fund

India reported 179 fresh Covid-19 cases, highest in a single day, taking the tally to 918, and the death toll climbed to 19 on Saturday. The government shored up efforts to boost health infrastructure, including procurement of ventilators, and PM Modi announced a special contributory fund, amid looming fears of the country entering the third stage of community transmission.

Paramilitary forces report first Covid-19 cases: BSF officer, CISF jawan test positive

A BSF officer and a CISF jawan tested positive for coronavirus on Saturday, first cases of the highly contagious infection in the paramilitary forces, officials said. The 57-year-old Border Security Force (BSF) officer is posted at the forces' officers trai
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Paramilitary forces report first Covid-19 cases: BSF officer, CISF jawan test positive

A BSF officer and a CISF jawan tested positive for coronavirus on Saturday, first cases of the highly contagious infection in the paramilitary forces, officials said. The 57-year-old Border Security Force (BSF) officer is posted at the forces' officers training academy in Tekanpur area of Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) head constable who has tested positive for coronavirus is posted at the Mumbai international airport.

Mexican woman infected with COVID-19 gives birth to twins, names them Corona and Virus

Annamaria José Raphael Gonzalez, 34, gave birth to twins while she was infected with the coronavirus at Hospital General La Villa in Mexico City.
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Mexican woman infected with COVID-19 gives birth to twins, names them Corona and Virus

Annamaria José Raphael Gonzalez, 34, gave birth to twins while she was infected with the coronavirus at Hospital General La Villa in Mexico City.

Saudia to start UK repatriation flights

Sat, 2020-03-28 13:44 DUBAI: Saudi Arabian Airlines, or Saudia, has agreed to operate exceptional commercial flights to allow British nationals and their families to return to the United Kingdom, according to the British embassy. The airline will operate f
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Saudia to start UK repatriation flights

Sat, 2020-03-28 13:44 DUBAI: Saudi Arabian Airlines, or Saudia, has agreed to operate exceptional commercial flights to allow British nationals and their families to return to the United Kingdom, according to the British embassy. The airline will operate flights in the week starting March 29 from Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam to London’s Heathrow Airport and additional flights if required, it said. Neil Crompton, the British Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, said in a statement they were expecting high demand for these special flights, and that they were working to add more flights in the coming days. Update for British Nationals in Saudi Arabia regarding flights to the #UK from #Riyadh #Jeddah and #Dammam #BritsinKSA #COVID19 #Coronavirus pic.twitter.com/1uZ3kmleAY — Neil Crompton (@UKAmbKSA) March 28, 2020 Saudi Arabia has earlier halted international travel to and from the Kingdom to curb the spread of COVID-19. (With Reuters) Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: China Coronavirus Saudi Arabia raises more than SR15bn in bond saleSaudi banks donate $41.4 million to combat coronavirus

Criminals exploit COVID-19 fears to launch ‘unprecedented wave’ of global cyberattacks

Author: Sat, 2020-03-28 15:24 RIYADH: Criminals have been exploiting fears over the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic to launch an “unprecedented wave” of cyberattacks around the world, experts have revealed. Governments and law enforcement
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Criminals exploit COVID-19 fears to launch ‘unprecedented wave’ of global cyberattacks

Author: Sat, 2020-03-28 15:24 RIYADH: Criminals have been exploiting fears over the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic to launch an “unprecedented wave” of cyberattacks around the world, experts have revealed. Governments and law enforcement agencies are being urged to join forces to combat the hackers who have been using the fear and panic surrounding the global health crisis to run money making scams, spread false information, and steal data. Thousands of incidents of digital crime related to the COVID-19 outbreak have been reported as countries battle to bring virus infections under control. Mohammed Khurram Khan, a professor of cybersecurity at King Saud University in Riyadh, said: “Panic, fear and confusion due to the coronavirus pandemic has spurred cybercriminals to launch an unprecedented wave of cyberattacks around the world which have targeted medical facilities, vaccine testing centers, and general users. “These unscrupulous cybercriminals range from individuals to organized criminal gangs and even nation-state sponsored threat actors who are exploiting the current chaotic situation for their monetary benefits and inhuman instincts.” Khan, who is also CEO of the Global Foundation for Cyber Studies and Research in Washington, added: “COVID-19-themed cybercriminals recently registered thousands of web domains to launch their attacks via phishing emails, scams to plea for donations for vaccine development and research, and spread misinformation to create fear and panic among people.” One tactic used by cybercriminals was to send out bulk emails with the aim of tricking users into opening attachments and documents claiming to contain protective information about COVID-19. When the files are accessed, damaging software (malware) is downloaded onto a computer, server, network or other device that is then capable of stealing sensitive information, spy on users, and surreptitiously extract important data. The number of malicious mobile apps on COVID-19 had also rocketed, and Khan warned people to only download apps from official stores. He said a ransomware hacking group had recently attacked the computer systems of Hammersmith Medicines Research (HMR), a coronavirus vaccine testing facility in London, and published personal details of thousands of former patients after the company declined to meet pay-off demands. “To address these challenges, it is very important that governments and law enforcement agencies around the world work together for collective cybersecurity in order to suppress cybercriminals involved in launching attacks on critical infrastructure, medical facilities, vaccine testing centers and spreading fake news, misinformation and disinformation in the midst of COVID-19. “Netizens (Internet users) should stay careful while trusting websites, mobile apps, and social media posts and only consult authentic sources such as WHO (World Health Organization) and official government websites to get authentic news and updates on COVID-19,” added Khan. Daniel Markuson, a digital privacy expert at NordVPN Teams, a cybersecurity solution for businesses from the world’s most advanced VPN (virtual private network) service provider, said: “This may be the most dangerous time to be online and those least informed are in most danger. “Hackers are exploiting very real fears about the coronavirus through fake emails and scam websites. People are giving up private information and downloading malware without a second thought.” Some of the most common COVID-19 scams and security incidents have involved emails purporting to come from health authorities and claiming to contain instructions on how to prevent infection. Disguised as PDF, mp4, and docx files, the false instruction guides contain malware used to harvest data and take over infected devices. “That’s the granddaddy of coronavirus scams,” added Markuson. Fake coronavirus maps have also been circulating. The now-famous Johns Hopkins University black world map with its expanding red dots has become a source of information available to all. However, hackers used the university’s data to create malware-ridden apps and spread them all over the Internet to unsuspecting users. This resulted in cybercriminals gaining access to phone cameras, microphones, and text messages. An ecosystem of scam websites also exists with thousands of fraudulent coronavirus websites being launched every day to host phishing scams, distribute malware, or sell non-existent cures and supplements. Hackers prey on the fact that scared people tend to make irrational decisions and cybercriminals have been using COVID-19 conspiracy theories to grab attention and exploit fear. By claiming to have a secret cure or new vaccine against COVID-19, they use social engineering to extract confidential data or bait users into downloading malware. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: coronavirus UK minister for Scotland self-isolating with possible coronavirus symptoms

Fourth person dies from coronavirus in Saudi Arabia as cases top 1,200

Sat, 2020-03-28 17:17 RIYADH: A fourth person has died in Saudi Arabia after being infected with coronavirus, the health ministry said Saturday.The total number of coronavirus cases in the Kingdom has reached 1,203.  The ministry said Saudi Arabia is at th
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Fourth person dies from coronavirus in Saudi Arabia as cases top 1,200

Sat, 2020-03-28 17:17 RIYADH: A fourth person has died in Saudi Arabia after being infected with coronavirus, the health ministry said Saturday.The total number of coronavirus cases in the Kingdom has reached 1,203.  The ministry said Saudi Arabia is at the forefront of countries for carrying out tests for coronavirus compared to its population size.  It also called on citizens to adhere to social distancing measures by staying at home even during the curfew applied in the country.  The ministry reiterated that self isolation is very important for those who feel they are showing symptoms of the virus. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaChina Coronavirus UAE: Extends coronavirus disinfection campaign

Runner completes a MARATHON in his own back garden so his training doesn't go to waste

James Page, 36, from Sidcup, had been in training for an ultra-marathon and the London Marathon, and decided to put his hours of hard graft to good use by completing a marathon in his garden.
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Runner completes a MARATHON in his own back garden so his training doesn't go to waste

James Page, 36, from Sidcup, had been in training for an ultra-marathon and the London Marathon, and decided to put his hours of hard graft to good use by completing a marathon in his garden.

NHS staff will be tested for coronavirus from next week

The government announced yesterday that it would be rolling out the tests in an attempt to boost numbers on the front line with hospitals recording staff absence rates of up to 50 per cent.
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NHS staff will be tested for coronavirus from next week

The government announced yesterday that it would be rolling out the tests in an attempt to boost numbers on the front line with hospitals recording staff absence rates of up to 50 per cent.

Coronavirus UK: Whole street applauds Hampshire paramedic

As Tayla Porter, 22, left for Basingstoke and North Hampshire hospital on Thursday, she was greeted with the whole of her street in Basingstoke, Hampshire, standing to clap her to her car.
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Coronavirus UK: Whole street applauds Hampshire paramedic

As Tayla Porter, 22, left for Basingstoke and North Hampshire hospital on Thursday, she was greeted with the whole of her street in Basingstoke, Hampshire, standing to clap her to her car.

Baseball: MLB, players union set terms for shortened season

Major League Baseball and its players union have reached a deal on business issues ahead of a likely shortened 2020 season in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Baseball: MLB, players union set terms for shortened season

Major League Baseball and its players union have reached a deal on business issues ahead of a likely shortened 2020 season in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

NHL looks to possible Stanley Cup playoff run into August

National Hockey League officials still want to finish the regular season and stage a full playoffs despite a coronavirus pandemic shutdown, even if a Stanley Cup winner comes in August.
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NHL looks to possible Stanley Cup playoff run into August

National Hockey League officials still want to finish the regular season and stage a full playoffs despite a coronavirus pandemic shutdown, even if a Stanley Cup winner comes in August.

Trudeau addresses Canadians a day after pledging more support for small businesses

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to deliver his daily address to Canadians outside his Rideau Cottage home in Ottawa, one day after the number of coronavirus cases in Canada grew to 4,757 and his government introduced wage support for small businesses.
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Trudeau addresses Canadians a day after pledging more support for small businesses

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to deliver his daily address to Canadians outside his Rideau Cottage home in Ottawa, one day after the number of coronavirus cases in Canada grew to 4,757 and his government introduced wage support for small businesses.

Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Saturday

Transport Canada has introduced new rules for domestic travel in an effort to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Saturday, as the number of cases of the respiratory illness exceeded 600,000.
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Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Saturday

Transport Canada has introduced new rules for domestic travel in an effort to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Saturday, as the number of cases of the respiratory illness exceeded 600,000.

Canadian nurse working at Detroit hospital: 'We are fighting a war'

«A lot of our patients die without the support of their family around them because of what's going on and I think that's a very important thing for people to know: we are not over-reacting, this is not a joke.»
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Canadian nurse working at Detroit hospital: 'We are fighting a war'

«A lot of our patients die without the support of their family around them because of what's going on and I think that's a very important thing for people to know: we are not over-reacting, this is not a joke.»

Foreign Minister: We are all in the same boat in this unprecedented period

AMMONNEWS - Foreign Minister Kingdom's missions abroad work around the clock to offer every possible service and Our advice to our people abroad «stay at home and adhere to health regulations in the countries where you are».
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Foreign Minister: We are all in the same boat in this unprecedented period

AMMONNEWS - Foreign Minister Kingdom's missions abroad work around the clock to offer every possible service and Our advice to our people abroad «stay at home and adhere to health regulations in the countries where you are».

PSD: 126 vehicles seized, 215 nabbed for violating curfew orders

AMMONNEWS - The media spokesperson of the Public Security Directorate (PSD) said that until 4:00pm today,126 vehicles have been seized, in addition to arresting 215 persons for violating the movement rules as per the defense orders in place.The media spokespe
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PSD: 126 vehicles seized, 215 nabbed for violating curfew orders

AMMONNEWS - The media spokesperson of the Public Security Directorate (PSD) said that until 4:00pm today,126 vehicles have been seized, in addition to arresting 215 persons for violating the movement rules as per the defense orders in place.The media spokesperson called on all citizens to adhere

State Minister : Release of those in quarantine will start Monday

AMMONNEWS - State Minister for Media Affairs Amjad Adaileh said Saturday that the release of people in quarantine at hotels in the Dead Sea, Amman and the rest of the country, will be released starting Monday, according to a well-studied plan depending on th
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State Minister : Release of those in quarantine will start Monday

AMMONNEWS - State Minister for Media Affairs Amjad Adaileh said Saturday that the release of people in quarantine at hotels in the Dead Sea, Amman and the rest of the country, will be released starting Monday, according to a well-studied plan depending on the quarantine date and ensuring that none o

Delhi Police to enable newspaper distribution, fix time

Delhi Police will allow newspaper vendors to distribute papers from 4 am to 9am daily and help them if they face any problem. In an order issued on Saturday, the police asked all their field functionaries to ensure that delivery of newspapers was not blocked
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Delhi Police to enable newspaper distribution, fix time

Delhi Police will allow newspaper vendors to distribute papers from 4 am to 9am daily and help them if they face any problem. In an order issued on Saturday, the police asked all their field functionaries to ensure that delivery of newspapers was not blocked. The order has been sent to all deputy commissioners of police.

There is nothing big or little, Modi tells man who gave Rs 501 to PM fund

Actor Akshay Kumar was perhaps the first one to announce his contribution to the fund created by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday to fight the coronavirus and similar «distressing» situations.
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There is nothing big or little, Modi tells man who gave Rs 501 to PM fund

Actor Akshay Kumar was perhaps the first one to announce his contribution to the fund created by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday to fight the coronavirus and similar «distressing» situations.

Human rights bodies ask police to ensure marginalised are not mistreated during lockdown

The Amnesty International and the Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Saturday urged police forces in the country to act with restrain while maintaining law and order during the coronavirus lockdown. ​The lockdown has left millions stranded, struggling to search fo
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Human rights bodies ask police to ensure marginalised are not mistreated during lockdown

The Amnesty International and the Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Saturday urged police forces in the country to act with restrain while maintaining law and order during the coronavirus lockdown. ​The lockdown has left millions stranded, struggling to search for food and water, Amnesty International India (AII) executive director said.

South Africa Begins ‘Unprecedented’ Military-Patrolled Lockdown

South Africa came under a nationwide military-patrolled lockdown on Friday, joining other African countries imposing strict curfews and shutdowns in an attempt to halt the spread of th1e coronavirus across the continent.
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South Africa Begins ‘Unprecedented’ Military-Patrolled Lockdown

South Africa came under a nationwide military-patrolled lockdown on Friday, joining other African countries imposing strict curfews and shutdowns in an attempt to halt the spread of th1e coronavirus across the continent.

Texas National Guard troops could do door-to-door checkups around Dallas

Texas National Guard troops could end up going door-to-door in some Dallas neighborhoods to check on residents, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said.
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Texas National Guard troops could do door-to-door checkups around Dallas

Texas National Guard troops could end up going door-to-door in some Dallas neighborhoods to check on residents, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said.

Live updates: Trump approves Michigan disaster declaration amid acrimony with governor; coronavirus global total reaches 600,000

More than 600,000 people have infected and at least 28,000 killed worldwide. The United States leads the world in infection; Italy has recorded the most deaths.
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Live updates: Trump approves Michigan disaster declaration amid acrimony with governor; coronavirus global total reaches 600,000

More than 600,000 people have infected and at least 28,000 killed worldwide. The United States leads the world in infection; Italy has recorded the most deaths.

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