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COVID-19: 'Frustration' as Ireland's vaccine programme lags behind UK
"It is very frustrating", admits Dr Laura Malone. "At the moment we don't have any vaccine."
COVID-19 'vaccine diplomacy': China, Russia and India cherry-picking the countries they help
China, Russia and India have been accused of engaging in "vaccine diplomacy" as they cherry-pick nations to give their COVID-19 vaccines to in order to bolster their influence.
COVID-19: Ghana receives 600,000 free vaccine doses as part of global scheme
A flight carrying 600,000 doses of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine has arrived in Ghana as part of a global effort to immunise the world's poorest people.
COVID-19: Germany's top-selling newspaper admits envy for UK's vaccine rollout
Germany's top-selling newspaper has hailed the UK's COVID vaccine rollout success and its plans to lift lockdown, announcing on its front page: "Dear British, we envy you."
Tiger Woods was unaware of how 'gravely' he was injured after car crash, says first officer on scene
Tiger Woods did not appear to be "aware of how gravely he was injured" after his car crash in California, the first officer on the scene has said.
Ex-Syrian agent convicted by German court in landmark torture trial
A former member of Syrian president Bashar al Assad's secret police has been sentenced by a German court to four and a half years in jail for facilitating the torture of prisoners.
Whisky collection sells for almost £6.7m at auction
One bottle of whisky fetched a whopping £1m at auction as part of an impressive 3,900-strong collection that became the highest-value of its kind.
Tesla boss Elon Musk is no longer world's richest person as share prices in car company drop
Tesla boss Elon Musk is no longer the world's richest person after shares in the electric car company fell by 8.6% this week, leaving him $15.2bn (£10.7bn) worse off.
COVID-19: Ireland to keep strictest level of restrictions until at least 5 April
Ireland's prime minister Micheal Martin has confirmed the country will continue at the highest level of coronavirus restrictions until at least 5 April.
Belarus: The journalists jailed for doing their job as crackdown continues following disputed election
Whenever he leaves the house, Igor Ilyash takes an emergency backpack with him, just in case he gets arrested.