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The representative of the EBRD noted the cheapness of the labor force in Turkmenistan compared to neighboring countries

The head of the EBRD’s Turkmen office, Fatih Turkmenoglu, spoke about cheap electricity and labor in Turkmenistan. This is reported by the news agency “Trend”. “Electricity and labor costs in Turkmenistan are much lower than in other countries in the region,” Turkmenoglu said. The EBRD...
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US Cancer Death Rate Drops by a Third Since 1991

WASHINGTON — The risk of dying from cancer in the United States has fallen by nearly a third in three decades, thanks to earlier diagnoses, better treatments and less smoking, an analysis said Wednesday.The cancer death rate for men and women fell 32% ...
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Pakistan: 70 Million Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan says it has administered 155 million COVID-19 vaccine doses as of Friday, fully vaccinating 70 million people, or 30% of the country’s total population, since launching the inoculation drive in February.The South Asian nation of ab...
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COVID-19 Disrupts Education for More Than 400 Million in South Asia

NEW DELHI — More than 400 million South Asian children have been affected by school closures extending into a second year in some countries during the COVID-19 pandemic according to a new UNICEF report.The United Nations agency has urged the region’s c...
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COVID, Conflicts Prompt UN to Make Record Appeal for Humanitarian Aid

The United Nations is appealing for a record $41 billion to help 183 million of the world’s most vulnerable people suffering from multiple crises, including poverty, hunger, conflict, and the impact of COVID-19.U.N. officials report an estimated 274 mi...
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India Reports Two Cases of Omicron

India has detected two cases of the omicron variant in the southern state of Karnataka, health officials said on Thursday, and urged people to get vaccinated as the country braces to deal with the new threat.Two men, 46 and 66, who tested positive for ...
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UK Court Backs Meghan in Dispute over Privacy with Publisher

LONDON — The Duchess of Sussex on Thursday won the latest stage in her long-running privacy lawsuit against a British newspaper publisher over its publication of parts of a letter she wrote to her estranged father.The Court of Appeal in London upheld a...
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UNICEF supplies Turkmenistan with funds to fight COVID-19 again

UNICEF delivered personal protective equipment (PPE) to Turkmenistan for employees of the Ministry of Health and Medical Industry. The representative office of the UN unit announced this on its website on December 1.PPE worth $ 225,000 includes overall...
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Following the completion of the mission in Turkmenistan, WHO announced the need to “intensify efforts to detect COVID-19”

A high-level expert mission from the WHO European Office on strengthening health systems preparedness has completed its work in Turkmenistan. This was reported on November 29 by the UN office in Turkmenistan. The mission was led by Dorit Nitzan, WHO Re...
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