Preliminary results from a small study in South Africa suggested there was up to a 40-fold drop in the ability of the antibodies from the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to neutralise Omicron
The first division team will don the jersey on Sunday against Viking during the Norwegian league's last match before the winter break.
More cases are expected. Effective tracing is being done to limit transmission routes and prevent major outbreaks, the Oslo Municipality said in a statement
The 44-year-old Anju, the only Indian to have won a medal in the World Championships with a long jump bronze in the 2003 edition, was named for the award in the world body's annual awards night.
FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: Late goals help Dutch book place at mega event, Turkey, Ukraine into play-offs
The Netherlands join Belgium, England, Germany, Denmark, France, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain and Serbia to have qualified directly from Europe.
France drew their fifth successive match as Anthony Martial scored his first international goal in five years to earn Didier Deschamps' side a point in Kiev.
Explained: Amid Britney Spears' disclosure about IUD imposed on her, a look at history of forced sterilisation across the world
Forced sterilisation is a violation of rights relating to many different aspects — information, reproduction as per one's choice, health, privacy and dignity.
Norway, which has not qualified for a major international competition since Euro 2000, is currently fourth in its World Cup qualifying group.
The T20 World Cup Americas Qualifier, due to be hosted in Canada between 17 and 23 July, involving the hosts, Argentina, Bahamas, Belize, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Panama and the USA, has been postponed due to government and travel restrictions
Portugal drew 2-2 in Belgrade, despite Ronaldo believing he had scored the winner in the third minute of stoppage time when the ball appeared to cross the goalline before Stefan Mitrovic cleared.
Haaland, national captain Odegaard as well as teammates wore the shirts, with their protest printed in black and white, as the national anthems were played before kick-off in the World Cup qualifier against Gibraltar.
FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: Netherlands beaten by Turkey, France held by Ukraine, Belgium cruise past Wales
The defeat was a dreadful start to the campaign for the Netherlands, who failed to qualify for either Euro 2016 or the 2018 World Cup, but are one of the fancied sides ahead of the delayed Euro 2020 finals this year.
Denmark, Norway, Iceland suspend use of AstraZeneca's COVID jab over concerns about post-vaccine blood clots
As of 8 March, 22 cases of blood clots had been reported among more than three million people vaccinated in the European Economic Area, the European Medicines Agency said
The Biden administration's arrival may change the Security Council's dynamics on key issues, according to diplomats.
While lauding India's commitment to reducing carbon emissions, UNDP’s Shoko Noda said the drop in ranking doesn't mean ‘India didn't do well but other countries did better’
Before 1833, at least seven million fur seals were killed in the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic.
Germany, France prepare for more curbs amid second coronavirus wave; EU looks at a 'different Christmas'
German officials have agreed to a four-week shutdown of restaurants, bars, cinemas, theatres and other leisure facilities in a bid to curb a sharp rise in coronavirus infections
Svalbard archipelago in the Arctic region hits a new record high temperature of 21.7 degrees Celsius
Average temperatures in Svalbard could rise by a total of 10C by 2100 if world greenhouse gas emissions keep climbing.
Coronavirus pandemic: Professional footballers in Norway temporarily laid off to cope with impact of COVID-19
With stadiums closed and uncertainty over TV revenues, clubs in other countries have issued financial warnings, and Norway is believed to be the first country to announce such sweeping temporary layoffs
100,000 casualties in Afghanistan over past 10 years, says UN report; 'imperative for all to stop fighting' says security council representative Tadamichi Yamamoto
Report released by UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan comes as seven-day 'reduction of violence' agreement between US, Taliban takes effect