WORLD | March 2021

14 nations express concern over WHO report on coronavirus origins

China enacts changes to Hong Kong legislature

Militants attack northern Mozambique

Myanmar military crackdown continues, 114 killed

Cargo ship in Suez Canal fully refloated

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China sanctions UK individuals and entities

India blocks exports of coronavirus vaccines

Suez Canal blocked

Germany extends coronavirus-driven restrictions

Israel votes in fourth general election in last two years

Saudi Arabia proposes ceasefire in Yemen

18k people in Australia forced to evacuate due to flooding

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Paris announces new restrictions

EU concludes AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine review

Russia recalls US ambassador

Israeli archaeologists discover Dead Sea Scroll fragments

Japanese court rules on same-sex marriage

China hit with worst sandstorm in 10 years

Protesters gather in Australia

Vatican issues statement on same-sex unions

At least 12 countries pause use of AstraZeneca vaccine

Italy tightens coronavirus restrictions

At least 38 anti-coup protesters killed in Myanmar

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Johnson and Johnson coronavirus vaccine receives EU authorization

Russia slows down Twitter

One year since WHO declared coronavirus as pandemic

WHO releases largest-ever report on violence against women

China and Russia plan to open Moon project

UK begins reopening schools

Oprah interview with Harry and Meghan airs

Explosions in Equatorial Guinea kill 17

Houthi rebels launch attack against Saudi oil facilities

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Pope Francis arrives in Iraq

Italy blocks coronavirus vaccine shipment to Australia

UN calls for investigation into human rights abuses in Tigray region

38 anti-coup protesters killed in Myanmar

Rocket attack strikes base in Iraq

Kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls returned

EU officials to propose digital pass showing coronavirus vaccination history

Former French President found guilty of corruption

18 killed in violent crackdown on protesters in Myanmar