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Disheartening statement of the World Health Organization

That number is absolutely the highest since the outbreak of the pandemic.
According to data from global organizations, a total of 4.329.927 new cases of coronavirus and 75.038 deaths were registered worldwide between December 7 and 13.
Previously, the highest numbers for the 7-day period were registered from November 16 to 22 - a total of 4.060.891 cases.

Lockdown

Germany entered a complete lockdown at midnight, and France is replacing the previous lockdown with curfew.
The measures will last in Germany until January 10, and during that period, only essential stores such as supermarkets and pharmacies, as well as banks, will work.

Jurist says Croatia should implement arbitration award before economic zone

Koper – Croatia should first come to an agreement with Slovenia on the implementation of the border arbitration award in line with international law and only then expand its rights at sea, international maritime law professor Marko Pavliha told the STA in reference to Croatia’s plans to declare an exclusive economic zone in the Adriatic Sea.

Aurescu: Romania has been and will remain active member involved in proper functioning of the UN

Romania has been and will remain an active member of the United Nations, involved in the proper functioning of the United Nations, demonstrating a genuine and lasting commitment at all levels: maintaining international peace and security, sustainable development and the promotion of human rights, democracy and the rule of law, says the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bogdan Aurescu, at the celebra

Martin Čater sensational winner of World Cup downhill opener

Val d’Isere – Martin Čater won the World Cup season opening downhill in France’s Val d’Iser on Sunday in what is the first podium finish for the 27-year-old, who entered the race with the start number 41.

In a sensational feat, Čater headed down the piste two hours into the race but his perfect line in excellent conditions allowed him to take the lead of the pack.

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