16:37 [Antiwar.com] (E)
Growing US-Germany tensions have reached the point where the Trump Administration has announced that 9,500 troops will be returning from Germany. This will leave 25,000 US troops there, which is the new “cap” for maximum troop levels. The US has been haranguing Germany for years over military spending, and this has included Trump threatening to pull troops back. Polls have shown Germany tended to prefer that the US troops leave anyhow.
11:48 [Xinhua] (E)
China`s centrally administered state-owned enterprises (SOEs) have quickened their pace in producing melt-blown nonwoven fabric, a key material for masks, amid efforts to stem the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the top state assets regulator said.
18:23 [Our World in Data] (E)
One of the most important things that countries need to be doing to help understand and stop the spread of COVID-19 is testing. Here we explain why testing is important, what it involves, and how many tests countries are doing based on available data from official sources.
11:38 [worldometers.info] (E)
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20:10 [Xinhua] (E)
On Monday, an official from the Shanghai Municipal Health Commission said that a vaccine developed in Shanghai is expected to enter clinical trials by mid-April.
18:39 [RT] (E)
The Russian and Turkish leaders have held a press conference in Moscow, after coming to an agreement to de-escalate the Syrian-Turkish conflict in the war-torn Idlib province.
7:31 [RT] (E)
Former Vice President Joe Biden has carried the South in the Super Tuesday primaries for the Democrat presidential nomination, riding the wave of endorsements and support from the party establishment.
19:00 [SANA] (E)
Syrian Arab army units entered on Monday Saraqeb strategic city on Aleppo-Damascus international highway in Idleb province after expelling the Turkish regime backed-terrorist groups from the area.
18:54 [PressTV] (E)
At the Democratic presidential debate on Tuesday in South Carolina, Sanders described Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as “reactionary racist” and said he may reverse US President Donald Trump’s order to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds.
19:04 [Twitter/H. Sumeri] (E)
Al-Jawf is strategically vital as it borders Saudi. Most of Jawf now under Houthi control.
18:00 [@GeromanAT] (E)
The Game is reversing - now SAA is gaining ground around and in Saraqib but losing ground along and east of Ghab plains
18:06 [Southfront] (E)
This map provides a general look at the recent gains and setbacks by the Syrian Army in its battle with Turkish-led forces in Greater Idlib.
7:05 [fort-russ] (E)
The Saudi-led coalition has transferred hundreds of al-Qaeda terrorists to Ma’arib province in northern Yemen as a desperate measure in an attempt to hold the area for as long as possible.
23:17 [South Front] (E)
Syrian government forces have liberated the key town of Al-Eis and besieged the nearby Turkish observation post in the province of Idlib. A number of other villages have also been liberated in the course of the operation.