MOSCOW -- Russia registered 5,918 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the nationwide tally to 21,574,764, said the official monitoring and response center on Sunday.
The center said the nationwide death toll increased by 51 to 391,840, while the number of recoveries grew by 4,174 to 20,982,028. (Russia-Coronavirus)
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ROME -- At least one person died and several others went missing on the island of Ischia in southern Italy on Saturday, after heavy rains triggered a landslide that hit several residential buildings, according to authorities and local media.
"So far, we can confirm one victim," Italian news agency AGI cited Naples prefect Claudio Palomba as reporting. (Italy-Landslide-Death)
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TOKYO -- The support rate for Japan's Kishida cabinet dropped to 33.1 percent, the lowest since its launch last year, a Kyodo News survey showed Sunday.
The latest opinion poll has shown that the approval rating for Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's cabinet was down 4.5 percentage points from 37.6 in the previous poll conducted in late October, a record low since Kishida took office in October 2021. (Japan-Cabinet-Poll)
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CAIRO -- An Egyptian Air Force fighter jet fell to the ground during training while its crew survived the accident, the Egyptian army announced in a statement on Sunday.
The incident took place due to "a technical malfunction," causing no damage in the area where it fell, according to the statement. (Egypt-Air Force-fighter jet)