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the Iberian lynx population increases to more than 1000 –

The Iberian lynx population in Portugal and Spain topped 1,000 last year after 414 cubs were born as part of a joint breeding program,...

Malaysia now has more cases per million population than India –

SINGAPORE – Daily cases of Covid-19 in Malaysia are increasing rapidly and have exceeded those in India on a critical scale, according to the...

China turns to automation to solve population problems – fr

GUANGZHOU, China – Qin Jiahao has worked in the logistics operations of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com for about six years. Today, much of his...

Britain could achieve ‘population immunity’, JCVI member says – as vaccine...

UK could achieve ‘popular immunity’ – and beatings to children have not been ruled out, says JCVI member It was not decided to vaccinate the...

Share of Canadian population with first dose of coronavirus vaccine to...

OTTAWA – Canada is expected to lead the United States today in at least one of the scorers in the race for herd...

Forced sterilization and the shrinking population of Xinjiang – fr

Beijing (AFP) She was already past childbearing age, but Qelbinur Sedik says Chinese authorities forcibly sterilized her again, which is part of what she...

About 39% of Orange County population fully vaccinated as of May...

The OC Health Care Agency reported 52 new cases of the coronavirus on Sunday, May 16, bringing the cumulative total in the county to...

China’s aging population could be a ‘big shock’ for the global...

SINGAPORE – An ANZ economist warned on Wednesday that China’s aging population will have a big impact on the world, as the global supply...

China posts slowest population growth in decades: census data – fr

Beijing (AFP) China’s population grew at its slowest rate in decades, reaching 1.41 billion, census results showed on Tuesday. The 5.4% growth since the last...

China’s Population Grows at Slowest Rate in Generations

China reported the slowest population growth since the early 1960s, despite dropping the one-child policy in 2015 to encourage more births and avert a...
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