Russia-Turkey rift temporary, Moscow official says
EU min.: We owe people to end visa requirement
Iraq trusts Turkey during operations in Mosul, says VP
More Turkish women consider writing code as career
Son Dakika:
13:50:26 The love and compassion that is shown to the Youth 13:46:03 TB takes deep economic toll on Africa 13:44:31 7 Iranians charged in US with cyber, infrastructure attacks 13:41:44 Turkish runner sues IAAF over 'failures' in dope test 13:39:43 Ugandan Muslims condemn hostility to Islamic banking 13:37:59 Hamas, Fatah delegations to meet in Qatar 13:36:15 Turkey slams Greek Cyprus over new hydrocarbon bid 13:33:54 British government's lawmakers in rebellious mood 13:31:02 In Russia, ranks of the poor swelling 13:22:48 EU min.: We owe people to end visa requirement 13:19:50 22 Turkmen being treated in Ankara after chemical attack 13:17:00 Hundreds flee Iraq's Mosul amid anti-Daesh army assault 13:15:02 Assad regime forces retake Daesh-held Palmyra 13:12:01 China congratulates new leader of Taiwan nationalists 12:54:21 More Turkish women consider writing code as career
 

Algeria reports 1st coronavirus fatality

Thu 19, June 2014 Kategori Health
Algeria on Tuesday reported its first fatality from the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), commonly known as coronavirus.

A 69-year old man succumbed to the virus late Monday after being quarantined in hospital for 11 days, a medical source told Anadolu Agency.

He had contracted the virus in Saudi Arabia, where he had just performed the Umrah pilgrimage.

MERS, for which no cure currently exists, is known for destroying the lungs and kidneys.

Along with Saudi Arabia, MERS has also been reported in Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Tunisia, Jordan, Egypt and Oman.

It is presumed that long-term physical contact with persons carrying the virus can lead to infection.

AA
Son Guncelleme: -/-
  • Ziyaret: 11513
  • (Suanki Oy 0.0/5 Yildiz) Toplam Oy: 0
  • 0 0