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US To Approve Pfizer Vaccine For Children Next Week

The US Food and Drug Administration will approve Pfizer/BioNTech's Covid-19 vaccine for children ages 12 to 15 next week, according to a report.

More Than 1.16B Vaccine Jabs Done Across World

More than 1.16 billion Covid-19 vaccine jabs have been given worldwide so far and China is the world's most vaccinated country with 275.3 million vaccine jabs.

More PH-Inspired Community Pantries Open In Timor-Leste

The community pantry in PH reaches Timor-Leste, inspiring more people to spread the act of 'Bayanihan'.

EU Officials Urge Cooperation Vs. Climate Change

European Union (EU) officials have called for joint commitment and action across the world to reduce emissions by 2030 in the fight against climate change.

British Council Launches Online Courses For Creative Professionals Worldwide

Creative professionals worldwide will have access to new online courses through the British Council’s Creative Communities Learning Lab, starting 29 April 2021.

The 129th Canton Fair Promotes Chinese Agricultural Supplies Online To Global Businesses

The 129th China Import and Export Fair (Canton Fair) is showcasing more than 20,000 food and agricultural products from 707 industry exhibitors online.

Israel Set To Open Borders To Vaccinated Foreign Tourists

Israel is opening up its borders to foreign tourists who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 starting next month.

Biden Presents $2-T Infrastructure Plan To US Public

US President Joe Biden presented his USD2-trillion plan to revitalize America's infrastructure, seeking a tax hike on corporations to cover its costs.

45th International Famous Furniture Fair (Dongguan) Closes With New Record Of Visitors

The Guangdong Modern International Exhibition Center, the most famous furniture sourcing exhibit in the country, had set a new record of 192,551 visitors in total.

Hong Kong Airlines To Trial ‘Travel Pass’ In Support Of Travel Recovery

Hong Kong Airlines will trial a 'digital health passport' as part of the carrier's ongoing contributions towards the safe reopening of borders and international travel.

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TIP’s Pollution-Powered Battery Lights Up The Way For A Cleaner Lake

Researchers from the Technological Institute of the Philippines (TIP) developed a battery that literally lights up the path of fisherfolks and cleans the polluted water from where they get their livelihood, at the same time.

More Soccsksargen Folks To Benefit From Agri Community Pantry

The DA in Soccsksargen has tapped local companies and other stakeholders to deliver more food supplies and other basic necessities to residents who are hit hard by the continuing Covid-19 pandemic.

Building Brand Authenticity Through Regenerative Thinking

'Sustainability' is said to be the key for business sectors to combat the consequences of global warming, especially in the Philippines.

Cagayan’s ‘Cross In The Sky’ Now Open To Local Devotees

The 16-meter-high “Cross in the Sky,” perched atop the 50-meter-high Black Hill at the People’s Integrated Agri-tourism Center in Cagayan is now open to local residents.

XTREME Appliances Joins Shopee Gadget Zone Sale Starting On May 11

XTREME Appliances is happy to announce its participation in Shopee Gadgets Zone Sale, starting on May 11 up until payday, customers can get exclusive discounts on XTREME Appliances products of up to 44% off.
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