Researchers have shown that pooled testing is about as accurate as individual testing in pools as large as eight people.
World Red Cross Day 2020: Significance of celebrating humanitarian organisation on 8 May and how it is marked
World Red Cross Day is celebrated every year on 8 May to draw attention to the humanitarian activities carried out by Red Cross and its affiliate organisations.
Hurricane Dorian begins lashing US east coast, strengthens to Category 3 storm; at least 20 dead so far
NHC said Dorian was packing maximum sustained winds of 185 kilometers per hour, making it a Category 3 storm on five-level Saffir-Simpson scale.
Jitendra Singh visits Jammu's Government Medical College (GMC); inquires about health of those injured in Kishtwar bus accident
Jitendra Singh visited the Government Medical College hospital in Jammu to inquire about the health of victims of last weeks' deadly accident in Kishtwar.
Australia's military steps in to tackle ‘once in a century’ floods as downpour causes damage to property, brings crocs into streets
Australia's military has been deployed to tackle the devastating "once-in-a-century" floods that have inundated homes, schools and airports in the country's northeast, forcing hundreds to flee and bringing crocodiles onto the streets.
Indonesia Tsunami: Public health crisis looms large as clean water, medical supplies run low; experts warn of more deadly waves
Indonesia's disaster agency said it has dispatched helicopters to drop supplies into a handful of hard-to-reach communities along the shattered coastlines of western Java and south Sumatra.
Indonesia earthquake-tsunami toll reaches 1,944; search ops to continue till 11 Oct, govt to declare areas in Palu 'mass graves'
The death toll from the twin disaster on Sulawesi island that erased whole suburbs in Palu has reached 1,944.
The 7.5 magnitude earthquake hit off Sulawesi island Friday and sent destructive waves charging into the coast, reducing buildings in Palu to rubble and sweeping people to their deaths.
Indonesia earthquake-tsunami toll climbs to 1,424; nearly 113 people still missing, reports disaster management board
The large majority of the deaths were in Indonesia's Palu city, home to 350,000 people.
Series of natural gas explosions killed a teenager, injured at least 10 others and left dozens of homes in smoldering ruins in three towns of north Boston — Lawrence, Andover and North Andover.
Donation to Kerala floods: Mobile wallet firms have their heart at the right place but taxpayers inconvenienced
A few other mobile wallet companies have swung into action to mobilise funds for the beleaguered people of Kerala devastated by heavy rains, but how convenient is it for making donations
Saudi Arabia carries out air strike on bus in Yemen; 40 children among 51 killed, says Red Cross in new toll
The Saudi-led coalition intervened in Yemen in 2015 as Huthi rebel fighters closed in on the last bastion of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi's government.
The shallow 6.9-magnitude quake Sunday levelled tens of thousands of homes, mosques, and businesses across Lombok, with relief agencies only just starting to reach survivors in some of the worst-hit areas four days later. "
UN chief expresses sadness about Lombok earthquake devastation, says rescue and relief efforts to be deployed if required
The most recent quake in Lombok came a week after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake jolted the same area, which left more hundreds displaced, injured, and dead.
The undersea cable is named Dunant and is expected to become available in late 2020.
At least 27 people died after a dam burst in southern Kenya, sweeping away their homes while many of them were asleep, police said Thursday.
Nicaraguan president ready to consider changes in social security overhaul as death toll in protests rises to six
Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega said he was ready to consider changing an unpopular social security overhaul that has sparked days of deadly protests and one of the biggest crises of his leadership.
Syria conflict: More than 1,000 civilians dead in Eastern Ghouta since 18 Feb; govt forces isolate rebel town Duoma
Syrian regime forces continued their offensive against Eastern Ghouta on Sunday, a day after they cut off the rebel-held enclave's largest town.
Red Cross says aid convoy successfully enters Syria's battered Eastern Ghouta, additional supplies to be sent next week
An aid convoy entered Syria's battered Eastern Ghouta Friday, the International Committee of the Red Cross said, after a previous delivery was cut short by bombardment of the rebel enclave
At least two people were killed and 70 more were injured when a train carrying 139 passengers collided with a freight train in the eastern US state of South Carolina, local police said.