The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said late on Friday that it will accept mixed-dose coronavirus vaccines from international travelers, a boost to travelers from Canada and other places.
The fatal stabbing of British lawmaker David Amess was a terrorist incident, police said Saturday, as MPs pressed for tougher security in the wake of the second killing of a UK politician while meeting constituents in just over five years.
The Pentagon has offered unspecified condolence payments to the family of 10 civilians who were killed in a botched US drone attack in Afghanistan in August during the final days before American troops withdrew from the country.
The Australian city of Sydney will allow the entry of fully vaccinated travellers from overseas from November 1 without the need for quarantine, authorities said yesterday, although the easing of strict entry controls will initially benefit only citizens.
A British lawmaker was stabbed to death in a church yesterday by an assailant who lunged at him at a meeting with voters from his constituency, knifing him repeatedly in an attack which politicians described as an assault on democracy.
President Joe Biden’s administration is taking steps to restart by mid-November a programme begun under his predecessor Donald Trump that forced asylum seekers to wait in Mexico for US court hearings after a federal court deemed the termination of the programme unjustified, US officials said.
The US will reopen its land and air borders on November 8 to foreign visitors fully vaccinated against Covid-19 - ending a more than 18-month ban on travel from much of the globe that separated families, hobbled tourism and strained diplomatic ties.