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Covid-19 has infected more than 241 million people and killed more than 4.9 million worldwide. Here are the virus-related developments for October 19: Medical staff prepare a coronavirus vaccine at the Military Medical Academy in Sofia, Bulgaria, February 23, 2021 (Reuters) Tuesday, October 19, 2021 Bulgaria launches health pass as cases rise Bulgaria is introducing …

(MENAFN- Trend press agency) BAKOU, Azerbaijan, October 18 Tendency: Turkey will open logistics centers in Karaman, Mardin, Bitlis, Kayseri and Bilecik provinces by the end of 2023, the country’s transport and infrastructure ministry told Trend. According to the ministry, construction of the Karaman, Mardin and Bitlis centers started in 2019. “The total cost of building …

Turkish security forces arrested 22 people suspected of belonging to the Islamic State group in simultaneous operations across the country. Turkish security forces have arrested 22 people suspected of having links with ISIS in a number of simultaneous operations across the country, Turkish state media reported. Turkish police arrested 11 suspects after Ankara prosecutors issued …

(MENAFN) On Tuesday, October 12, the semi-official Anadolu agency said in a report that Turkish security forces had arrested at least 22 suspects for links to the Islamic State (IS) group during simultaneous campaigns around the Turkey. Turkish police captured 11 people after Ankara prosecutors issued arrest warrants in nine provinces for allegedly donating equipment …

At least 22 people suspected of being linked to the terrorist group Daesh have been arrested in Turkey, security sources said on Tuesday. Simultaneous operations were carried out in nine provinces after prosecutors in the capital Ankara issued arrest warrants against 14 suspects. The suspects were active members who provided personnel and equipment to the …

Located in a semi-arid climate zone and under water stress, Turkey aims to take more action for efficient use of its limited water resources, as a climate crisis threatens the country of more than 83 million people. residents. The dry seasons have continued to extend in the country and have started to affect larger areas, …

Turkey’s highest drug regulatory authority has given the green light for the use of Turkovac, a coronavirus vaccine developed using local means, as a third dose or booster shot against the deadly disease, reported Friday the media. The vaccine is not yet available to the public, but the third dose will be provided on request …

Abdullah Bozkurt / Stockholm The Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), a separatist group that fought in the 1998-1999 war against Serbia, had ties to a Turkish jihadist charity that aided both al Qaeda and the state Islamic in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) over the following years. . According to photographs obtained by Nordic Monitor, the UCK, …

“We want to keep all schools open until the end of this year,” Professor Ilhami Çelik, member of the Turkish Coronavirus Scientific Advisory Board, said on Sunday in a statement, highlighting the country’s vaccination efforts and informing the public as local development Turkovac vaccine will soon complete its phase 3 trials. Speaking at an event …

The aptly titled “Dark Report” by the non-profit Right to Clean Air Platform (THHP) based in Turkey paints a grim picture of air pollution in Turkey. The report, based on data from pollution monitoring stations, says 13 out of 81 provinces across the country suffered high levels of air pollution in 2020 – a year …