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Today Donald Trump's America counts 100.000 deaths from the Covid-19 epidemic
That is more than Mr. Trump had projected toward the beginning of the public health crisis which he was handling with incredible lightness.
The Brazil of Mr. Trump's ideological bedfellow Bolsonaro in a very short time surpassed 20,000 deaths and is turning into the next great centre of the pandemic.
Germans and Russians want to come back to visit Turkey, in part thanks to its skillful handling of the coronavirus pandemic, now on the wane, Turkey's foreign minister said on May 23.
Appearing on television in Antalya, Turkey's popular Mediterranean resort, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said the country is working towards restarting tourism.
The Interior Ministry announced that 10,111 social media accounts have been determined to be "sharing baseless and provocative coronavirus posts" in the last 65 days.
In a written statement, the ministry said 510 out of 1,105 suspects detected were "caught."
On March 11, Turkey became the last major economy to report its first case of the coronavirus.
A resolution of the Senate of the Czech Republic adopted on May 20 concerning the events of 1915 indicates that the "twisted mentality built on the one-sided baseless discourses which damaged" the relations of the two countries in 2017 is still effective in the Czech Republic, said the Turkish Foreign Ministry.
A university in Istanbul has fired one of its staff after his televised comments about teenage girls' potential for fertility caused public outrage.
During a TV show, Professor Muttalip Kutluk Özgüven, from the computer engineering department at Aydın University, claimed that the age range between 12 to 17 is an ideal period for girls to give birth to their first child.