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The world press today | The difference between the West and poor countries in vaccination is like day and night

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The New York Times reported that the difference in coronavirus vaccination between Western countries and poor countries is very clear. U.S. President Joe Biden said that by July 4, 70 percent of the adult population in the United States aims to receive at least one dose of the Coronavirus vaccine. More than half of voters said they would not vote for the Labor Party again, according to a poll conducted by the Labor Party in Hartlepool ahead of local elections in Scotland and Wales tomorrow.

May 5, 2021These are the headlines that stand out in the world press …

The Guardian | The employee survey shows possible ‘historic defeats’

More than half of voters said they would not vote for the Labor Party again, according to a Labor Party poll in Hartlepool ahead of local elections in Scotland and Wales tomorrow. The poll, which polled more than 10,000 people, raised concerns that the Labor Party could face a historic defeat in the election. A Labor Party poll in Hartlepool found that only 40 percent of the party’s former supporters intend to re-vote for city candidate Paul Williams.


Independent | Labor leader Starmer fired a signal of defeat in the polls

Dissatisfaction with Keir Starmer’s leadership in the Labor Party, appeared in opinion polls on the eve of tomorrow’s local elections. Party members were concerned that a poll in Hartlepool found the Conservative Party 17 points ahead. A member of the Labor Party said the outcome at Hartlepool could happen in three more areas, and if that happened, it would be “catastrophic”.


New York Times | Poor countries are faltering as the West saves

The New York Times reported that the difference in coronavirus vaccination between Western countries and poor countries is very clear. The daily says that in countries like India, people have difficulty finding vaccines, vaccination orders issued by Western countries have reached billions and economies are expected to collapse. Correspondent Benjamin Mueller said “the global vaccination campaign has started slowly.”


Washington Post | Biden sets a new vaccination target that puts anti-vaccines at the center

U.S. President Joe Biden said that by July 4, 70 percent of the adult population in the United States aims to receive at least one dose of the Coronavirus vaccine. Biden’s new strategy focuses on anti-vaccination areas and rural areas. More vaccinations will be given to pharmacies in the region, and more vaccines will be sent to clinics in rural areas.


Moscow Times | Russia’s last Stalin Street erected a bust of the dictator after a stitch

A bust of Joseph Stalin, the second leader of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, erected on the last remaining Stalin Street in the Russian Federation was removed in a matter of days.

The statue erected by the Communist Party in the town of Ogni in the Republic of Dagestan has sparked heated debate in the region. With the appointment of Nikita Khrushchev to the Soviet Union, a period of disintegration began in 1956, many statues of the Georgian dictator were overthrown, and many of the streets named after him were changed. One of the greatest examples of this is the renaming of Stalingrad in 1961 to Volgograd.

On Monday, local TV channel Ogni TV shared footage of the moment the statue was removed with a crane.

The mayor of the town said the Communist Party had not received permission to erect the statue. The party members said they would apply for the statue to be erected again when the non-working period began due to the coronavirus epidemic in Russia.

The Moscow Times reported that under Vladimir Putin, Stalin’s image was trying to be positive again. According to a poll conducted in recent years, 70% of Russians are positive about the dictator, whom Putin calls a “complex figure.”


Le Figaro | Macron is looking for a suitable tone to remember Napoleon

The language that President Emmanuel Macron will use for his speech to Napoleon Bonaparte on the 200th anniversary of his death in France is eagerly awaited. It is known that Macron avoided the two tones that sanctify or speak negatively of Napoleon, and occasionally planned to send a message. A soldier and politician, Napoleon Bonaparte was emperor of France from 1804 to 1814.


Al Jazeera | Syrian media: One person was killed in Israel’s attack on Latakia

The Syrian Air Force said it had intervened in numerous Israeli attacks in the north of the country. Syrian state media reported that one person was killed and six were injured in Latakia. SANA said the dead and wounded were civilians. The Israeli army has not yet commented on the attack.

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