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Worldwide Electric Vehicle Charger Industry to 2024 - Key Drivers, Challenges and Trends - ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep 23, 2020-- The "Global Electric Vehicle Charger Market 2020-2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The electric vehicle charger market is poised to grow by 1.85 million units during 2020-2024 progressing at a CAGR of 29% during the forecast period.
 

New SUV is next step in VW's post-scandal electric offensive

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Volkswagen is unveiling a battery-powered sport-utility vehicle that is headed for global markets including the United States and China, as the company takes a major step forward in its campaign to make electric cars a mass-market choice. The ID.

200,000 dead as Trump vilifies science, prioritizes politics

NEW YORK (AP) — With the nation’s COVID-19 death toll at 200,000, President Donald Trump is engaged in an ongoing war against his administration’s own scientists. Over the past six months, the Trump administration has prioritized politics over science at key moments, refusing to follow expert advice....

UK says no-deal Brexit could see 7,000-truck border queues

LONDON (AP) — There there could be lines of 7,000 trucks at the English Channel and two-day waits to get into France immediately after the U.K. makes its economic break from the European Union at the end of the year, the British government said Wednesday, as it urged businesses to prepare for major change.

Fears revellers will ‘cram six hours of drinking into two’

After returning to Prince of Wales Road in July, the SOS Bus, which provides emergency health care for people enjoying the city’s late night entertainment, has adjusted its Saturday night schedule for the coming months. While previously serving the city between 9pm and 3.

The case for universal responses to crises of humanity

We must study behavioural traits common to all humans for solutions to problems like our pandemic

A localized approach to address the economic fallout of covid-19

A study of slums in Patna and Bengaluru reveals sufficient variation in the pandemic’s impact to justify customized relief

Roberts: Ginsburg was 'tough, brave, a fighter, a winner'

WASHINGTON (AP) — Chief Justice John Roberts says the words that best describe the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg are “tough, brave, a fighter, a winner” but also "thoughtful, careful, compassionate, honest.” Roberts spoke Wednesday during a private ceremony in the Great Hall of the Supreme Court.

Somalia parliament approves new prime minister

MOGADISHU, Sept. 23 (Xinhua) -- Somalia parliament on Wednesday gave a vote of confidence to the newly appointed Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble in a special session held in the capital, Mogadishu. Mohamed Mursal Abdirahman, Speaker of Lower House of Parliament, said that 215 members endorsed....

Fears revellers will ‘cram six hours of drinking into two’

After returning to Prince of Wales Road in July, the SOS Bus, which provides emergency health care for people enjoying the city’s late night entertainment, has adjusted its Saturday night schedule for the coming months. While previously serving the city between 9pm and 3.

Jeanette Feneron, owner of the Banningham Crown. Pic: Archant

From Thursday, pubs will be calling time at 10pm as new restrictions come into play, with table service and face coverings for bar staff becoming requirements. Bosses at The Robin Hood in Sheringham say that while they support the measures and don’t see an issue with masks and a 10pm curfew, they....

Asda puts marshals on doors to ensure shoppers wear masks

Retailer Asda, with stores across Norfolk, will introduce 1,000 special Covid security guards to ensure customers adhere to new rules. The Asda safety marshals are to be stationed at the front of every store and in the aisles of larger stores. They will be making sure shoppers wear masks – and if....

City's testing facility to remain in place until at least 2021

An extension to Covid-19 testing facilities in Newport has been announced by Aneurin Bevan University Health Board. The health board confirmed that the testing unit at Rodney Parade will be in place until at least January 2021, while it is also "exploring options" to introduce additional temporary testing units elsewhere in Newport.

The new measures being taken in Newport during local lockdown

Newport entered local lockdown at 6pm on Tuesday, September 22 after a recent rise in coronavirus cases. New restrictions announced by the Welsh Government mean that people cannot meet with other households indoors or leave the area without good reason, and there will be a 10pm curfew on pubs and bars, among other restrictions.

Blood tests may 'predict Covid patients with higher risk of dying'

Scientists believe they have identified a blood test that could help predict which Covid-19 patients are at higher risk of becoming critically ill and dying. Known as the red cell distribution width (RDW) test, it measures the range in the volume and size of red blood cells.

Second wave of COVID-19 hits Banglades

The second wave of coronavirus has hit Bangladesh and the health department has taken necessary steps to tackle the pandemic, the country's health minister said on Wednesday. Speaking at an event in the capital Dhaka, Zahid Maleque said: "The second wave of coronavirus infection has started in the....

Senate Report Says Joe Biden Allowed Family to Enrich Themselves Abroad While He Was VP

A new Senate report released Wednesday concludes that former Vice President Joe Biden allowed Hunter Biden and other members of his family to enrich themselves through links with foreign companies and governments while he was in office.

Study: China Has Forced 500,000 Tibetans into Labor Camps This Year

China allegedly pushed over half a million rural Tibetans into forced labor camps in the first seven months of 2020, mirroring a its concentration camps for Uyghurs in western Xinjiang.

Stimulus Payments Could Make Tax Season a Nightmare in Early 2021

Meanwhile, as the end of the year approaches, people are starting to think about tax planning for the 2020 tax year. With many anxiously awaiting the start of tax season in January 2021 to claim refunds, there will likely be a lot of confusion about stimulus payments and other measures intended to help people out.

South Korea President Stresses Peace, Inclusiveness, and Multilateralism at UN

Joining other leaders from around the world in delivering virtual remarks to the 75th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Tuesday, South Korean President Moon Jae-in emphasized the importance of international cooperation to overcome the COVID-19 crisis and in reaching a peace agreement on the Korean Peninsula.

How the Iranian air force turned the tide of the Iran-Iraq war in 1980

12th Fighter Training Squadron in 1st Fighter Tactical Airbase, Mehrabad (Courtesy photo) When historians speak of the Miracle of the Marne, a strategic victory for the Allies during World War I, they often remind their audience that one does not expect exhausted armies to assume offensive operations after days of retreat and defeat.

Insects as food for farm animals

The start-up company FarmInsect has developed a technology to breed insect larvae as protein feed for farm animals. Founded by graduates of the Technical University of Munich (TUM), the company plans to start a pilot plant at one of the largest fish farms in Bavaria within a few weeks.

Eiffel Tower reopens after bomb hoax

People, wearing protective masks, walk near the Eiffel Tower as the French tourism landmark reopened to visitors after being evacuated in Paris, France, September 23, 2020. REUTERS/Charles Platiau. The Eiffel Tower was evacuated for several hours on Wednesday after police received a call suggesting a bomb had been placed there.

Science & Health Sierra Leone doctor in dedicated mission against COVID-19

DAKAR, Senegal – Dr. Mamadu Baldeh can’t forget the 18-year-old who came into his hospital with COVID-19, gasping for air until the day he died. This suffering was all too real for Baldeh, who battles asthma just as that young man did. At the time, Baldeh, 32, was the only physician treating COVID-19 patients at Sierra Leone’s main public hospital....

Avigan® Shows Promising Results in Treatment of COVID Patients in Japan

Completed Phase 3 clinical study paves way for approval request DUBAI, UAE, Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Healthcare solutions provider Global Response Aid (GRA) and Dr. Reddy's Laboratories announced that the anti-viral drug Avigan® produced promising results in a single-blinded,....

Poland has among biggest increases in public acceptance of migrants, finds international poll

Poland has recorded one of the biggest increases in acceptance of migrants among counties included in a study by Gallup, a leading US polling firm. The finding comes amid a recent wave of immigration to Poland that is unprecedented in the country’s history and among the largest in the European Union.

Three days of tribute at U.S. Supreme Court and Capitol begin for Ruth Bader Ginsburg

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States began three days of tributes to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Wednesday, as members of the public lined up to pay their respects under the monumental Corinthian columns atop the court’s front steps.

Cameroon opposition say one killed in protest against veteran ruler

By Josiane Kouagheu DOUALA (Reuters) - One protester was killed in Cameroon as police and gendarmes put down protests against the veteran President Paul Biya, the country’s main opposition party said on Tuesday, while accusing security forces of laying siege to their leader’s home.

Irish PM says EU-UK trade deal can be reached

FILE PHOTO: Ireland's Prime Minister (Taoiseach) Micheal Martin leaves after the first face-to-face EU summit since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Brussels, Belgium July 19, 2020. John Thys/Pool via REUTERS. DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland’s Prime Minister on Wednesday said he believed....

UK Brexit border delays 'likely to worsen' in January: report

LONDON (Reuters) - Delays at Britain’s port of Dover after the United Kingdom leaves the European Union at the end of year are likely to worsen during January but could lessen in the first three months of the year, a British government report said on Wednesday.

Exclusive: Hyundai discussing concessions with EU regulators over Daewoo deal - sources

Slideshow ( 2 images ) BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The world's biggest shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings Co Ltd is discussing concessions with EU antitrust regulators to allay concerns over its $1.8 billion bid for rival Daewoo , people familiar with the matter said.
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