Exclusive-Germany may miss COVID-19 vaccine donation goal, blames manufacturers

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BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany may miss its target to donate 100 million COVID-19 vaccine doses this year due to conditions imposed by manufacturers and delivery shortfalls, a health ministry official said in a letter to Brussels seen by Reuters. The 100 million doses account for half of the total promised by European Union member states to poorer countries this year, according to the European Commission. But on Oct. 19, the foreign office said Germany had only donated just over 17% of that amount. In a letter on Monday to the European Commission’s Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Author…

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Furious Dad Of Brian Laundrie Trashes Gabby Petito Protest Sign After Late 22-Year-Old’s Family Slam Him

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Exclusive-Taliban names Afghan U.N. envoy, asks to speak to world leaders

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Ten-man United crash despite Ronaldo opener; four pens in Seville

Published by DPA Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal was to no avail as 10-man Manchester United crashed 2-1 at Swiss side Young Boys in stoppage time in their Champions League opener on Tuesday. Jordan Siebatcheu grabbed the winner for the Bern hosts in the fifth and final minute of added on time, off a terrible back pass

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