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FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “Mars landing, Vaccine strategy, Texas snow storm, “Islamo-leftism”” – below is their description.
The world but also what is out of this world: Nasa’s Perseverance Rover successfully touching down on the Jezero crater in Mars. It is the delicate first step in a mission to bring back to earth in 2031 actual soil samples from the Red Planet.
Here on earth a different race: to roll out vaccines faster than new variants can spread. On that score, the French president suggesting that rich nations set aside five-percent of their doses for the developing world while the new U-S president pledge four billion dolalrs to the UN’s Covax vaccine disitribution programme to buy vaccines for global distribution. The European Union said it was doubling its own Covax funding to one billion euros.FRANCE 24 English YouTube Channel
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