Friday 16th April, Daily Roundup
Here’s a quick summary of what has happened around the world over the last 24 hours, brought to you exclusively by British Herald.
The COVID-19 epidemic in England is estimated to be shrinking more quickly compared to last week, the health ministry said, adding that the closely watch reproduction “R” number might also be lower.
Britain’s senior royals will set aside tradition and wear mourning suits instead of military uniforms for the funeral of Prince Philip, in a bid to prevent embarrassment for Princes Andrew and Harry.
As part of a partnership that aims to reduce the cost of last-mile delivery and other logistics British online grocer Ocado said it would invest 10 million pounds ($13.8 million) in autonomous vehicle software company Oxbotica
In an unfortunate incident at FedEx operations center near the Indianapolis International airport, A gunman shot eight people dead and injured several others before taking own life.
Days after an explosion at the site that Tehran blamed on Israel, Iran’s country’s nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi has informed that the country has begun 60% uranium enrichment at its Natanz plant.
Highlighting the need of stricter regulations, German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged lawmakers to approve new powers that would allow her to force coronavirus lockdowns and curfews on areas with high infection rates.
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