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President Vladimir Putin warned the West that Russia would strike new targets if the United States started supplying Ukraine with longer-range missiles, the TASS news agency. Watch the full video report.
The World Health Organization’s (WHO) members re-elected Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus as Director General by a strong majority for another five years. After taking his oath, Tedros gave a speech in which he spoke about his brother who died at a young age from what he now thinks was measles. Watch the full report.
The outbreak of monkeypox cases outside of Africa can be contained, the World Health Organization has said, as more governments said they would launch limited vaccinations to combat rising infections of the virus. Watch the full report.
The head of Germany’s well-respected Robert Koch Institute for infectious diseases, has said hat measures such as a forced isolation period of at least 21 days are recommended for people infected with Monkeypox. Watch the full video report.
The 2022 World Cup hosted by Qatar is expected to be watched by 5 billion people around the world, FIFA president Gianni Infantino has said. Watch the full video report.
IMF First Deputy Managing Director Gita Gopinath has said that inflation “will remain significantly above central bank targets for a while.” She added: “It is very important for central bankers around the world to deal with inflation as a clear and present danger, that is something they need to deal with in a very forceful [...]
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has said that President Vladimir Putin was the only Russian official he was willing to meet with to discuss how to end the war. Watch the full report.
Russians are rethinking their summer travel plans abroad amid rising prices and fears of growing anti-Russian sentiment. Watch the full report.
Queen Elizabeth attended the Chelsea Flower Show, the latest of several appearances that have helped to ease public concerns about her health ahead of a national celebration of her seven decades on the throne. Watch the full report.
A global health fund has raised a third of the $18bn it says is needed to reverse setbacks caused by the coronavirus pandemic and combat AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis, with the latest boost coming from funding announced at this year’s Davos meeting. Watch the video report.
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