Live Covid-19
United States 75,578,076
Cases: 75,578,076
Deaths: 907,190
Recovered: 45,937,985
Active: 28,732,901
India 41,302,440
Cases: 41,302,440
Deaths: 495,050
Recovered: 38,976,122
Active: 1,831,268
Brazil 25,351,489
Cases: 25,351,489
Deaths: 626,923
Recovered: 22,163,750
Active: 2,560,816
France 19,058,073
Cases: 19,058,073
Deaths: 130,583
Recovered: 12,074,531
Active: 6,852,959
United Kingdom 16,468,522
Cases: 16,468,522
Deaths: 155,698
Recovered: 13,484,929
Active: 2,827,895
Russia 11,861,077
Cases: 11,861,077
Deaths: 331,349
Recovered: 10,248,281
Active: 1,281,447
Turkey 11,526,621
Cases: 11,526,621
Deaths: 87,234
Recovered: 10,817,721
Active: 621,666
Italy 10,925,485
Cases: 10,925,485
Deaths: 146,149
Recovered: 8,135,519
Active: 2,643,817
Spain 9,779,130
Cases: 9,779,130
Deaths: 92,966
Recovered: 5,839,859
Active: 3,846,305
Germany 9,776,648
Cases: 9,776,648
Deaths: 118,380
Recovered: 7,622,400
Active: 2,035,868
Argentina 8,335,184
Cases: 8,335,184
Deaths: 120,988
Recovered: 7,604,760
Active: 609,436
Iran 6,344,179
Cases: 6,344,179
Deaths: 132,424
Recovered: 6,102,290
Active: 109,465
Colombia 5,871,977
Cases: 5,871,977
Deaths: 134,079
Recovered: 5,645,142
Active: 92,756
Mexico 4,930,069
Cases: 4,930,069
Deaths: 305,893
Recovered: 3,986,898
Active: 637,278
Poland 4,886,154
Cases: 4,886,154
Deaths: 105,194
Recovered: 4,013,430
Active: 767,530
Indonesia 4,353,370
Cases: 4,353,370
Deaths: 144,320
Recovered: 4,140,454
Active: 68,596
Netherlands 4,320,257
Cases: 4,320,257
Deaths: 21,272
Recovered: 3,111,473
Active: 1,187,512
Ukraine 4,064,495
Cases: 4,064,495
Deaths: 100,203
Recovered: 3,622,745
Active: 341,547
South Africa 3,603,856
Cases: 3,603,856
Deaths: 95,022
Recovered: 3,443,535
Active: 65,299
Philippines 3,560,202
Cases: 3,560,202
Deaths: 54,003
Recovered: 3,315,381
Active: 190,818
Peru 3,224,406
Cases: 3,224,406
Deaths: 205,505
Recovered:
Active: 3,018,901
Belgium 3,055,925
Cases: 3,055,925
Deaths: 28,957
Recovered: 2,060,700
Active: 966,268
Canada 3,036,011
Cases: 3,036,011
Deaths: 33,722
Recovered: 2,771,576
Active: 230,713
Czechia 3,013,454
Cases: 3,013,454
Deaths: 37,209
Recovered: 2,678,662
Active: 297,583
Malaysia 2,865,984
Cases: 2,865,984
Deaths: 31,965
Recovered: 2,780,771
Active: 53,248
Israel 2,830,161
Cases: 2,830,161
Deaths: 8,725
Recovered: 2,380,288
Active: 441,148
Japan 2,669,638
Cases: 2,669,638
Deaths: 18,764
Recovered: 2,045,017
Active: 605,857
Portugal 2,611,886
Cases: 2,611,886
Deaths: 19,856
Recovered: 1,994,151
Active: 597,879
Australia 2,541,041
Cases: 2,541,041
Deaths: 3,760
Recovered: 2,242,246
Active: 295,035
Thailand 2,440,542
Cases: 2,440,542
Deaths: 22,176
Recovered: 2,334,050
Active: 84,316
Live Covid-19
United States 75,578,076
Cases: 75,578,076
Deaths: 907,190
Recovered: 45,937,985
Active: 28,732,901
India 41,302,440
Cases: 41,302,440
Deaths: 495,050
Recovered: 38,976,122
Active: 1,831,268
Brazil 25,351,489
Cases: 25,351,489
Deaths: 626,923
Recovered: 22,163,750
Active: 2,560,816
France 19,058,073
Cases: 19,058,073
Deaths: 130,583
Recovered: 12,074,531
Active: 6,852,959
United Kingdom 16,468,522
Cases: 16,468,522
Deaths: 155,698
Recovered: 13,484,929
Active: 2,827,895
Russia 11,861,077
Cases: 11,861,077
Deaths: 331,349
Recovered: 10,248,281
Active: 1,281,447
Turkey 11,526,621
Cases: 11,526,621
Deaths: 87,234
Recovered: 10,817,721
Active: 621,666
Italy 10,925,485
Cases: 10,925,485
Deaths: 146,149
Recovered: 8,135,519
Active: 2,643,817
Spain 9,779,130
Cases: 9,779,130
Deaths: 92,966
Recovered: 5,839,859
Active: 3,846,305
Germany 9,776,648
Cases: 9,776,648
Deaths: 118,380
Recovered: 7,622,400
Active: 2,035,868
Argentina 8,335,184
Cases: 8,335,184
Deaths: 120,988
Recovered: 7,604,760
Active: 609,436
Iran 6,344,179
Cases: 6,344,179
Deaths: 132,424
Recovered: 6,102,290
Active: 109,465
Colombia 5,871,977
Cases: 5,871,977
Deaths: 134,079
Recovered: 5,645,142
Active: 92,756
Mexico 4,930,069
Cases: 4,930,069
Deaths: 305,893
Recovered: 3,986,898
Active: 637,278
Poland 4,886,154
Cases: 4,886,154
Deaths: 105,194
Recovered: 4,013,430
Active: 767,530
Indonesia 4,353,370
Cases: 4,353,370
Deaths: 144,320
Recovered: 4,140,454
Active: 68,596
Netherlands 4,320,257
Cases: 4,320,257
Deaths: 21,272
Recovered: 3,111,473
Active: 1,187,512
Ukraine 4,064,495
Cases: 4,064,495
Deaths: 100,203
Recovered: 3,622,745
Active: 341,547
South Africa 3,603,856
Cases: 3,603,856
Deaths: 95,022
Recovered: 3,443,535
Active: 65,299
Philippines 3,560,202
Cases: 3,560,202
Deaths: 54,003
Recovered: 3,315,381
Active: 190,818
Peru 3,224,406
Cases: 3,224,406
Deaths: 205,505
Recovered:
Active: 3,018,901
Belgium 3,055,925
Cases: 3,055,925
Deaths: 28,957
Recovered: 2,060,700
Active: 966,268
Canada 3,036,011
Cases: 3,036,011
Deaths: 33,722
Recovered: 2,771,576
Active: 230,713
Czechia 3,013,454
Cases: 3,013,454
Deaths: 37,209
Recovered: 2,678,662
Active: 297,583
Malaysia 2,865,984
Cases: 2,865,984
Deaths: 31,965
Recovered: 2,780,771
Active: 53,248
Israel 2,830,161
Cases: 2,830,161
Deaths: 8,725
Recovered: 2,380,288
Active: 441,148
Japan 2,669,638
Cases: 2,669,638
Deaths: 18,764
Recovered: 2,045,017
Active: 605,857
Portugal 2,611,886
Cases: 2,611,886
Deaths: 19,856
Recovered: 1,994,151
Active: 597,879
Australia 2,541,041
Cases: 2,541,041
Deaths: 3,760
Recovered: 2,242,246
Active: 295,035
Thailand 2,440,542
Cases: 2,440,542
Deaths: 22,176
Recovered: 2,334,050
Active: 84,316

UK government wins appeal bid in ISIS bride Shamima Begum case

Shamima Begum, one of three east London schoolgirls who traveled to Syria in 2015 to join the Islamic State g…Read More

LONDON: The UK government on Friday won permission to appeal against a court ruling allowing London-born ISIS bride Shamima Begum to return to Britain to challenge stripping of her British citizenship.
Bangladeshi-origin Begum, now 20, was one of three schoolgirls who fled London to join ISIS in Syria in 2015.
The UK Court of Appeal ruled that the case must go ahead to the Supreme Court before she is allowed back into the country because the case raised a point of law of public importance that only the highest court can resolve.
Sir James Eadie, representing the Home Office, told the court there was a “big issue at stake” in the case, to decide what should happen when someone cannot have a fair appeal over being stripped of their citizenship as a “result of going abroad and aligning with terrorist groups”.
He said it was “an issue of real pressing public importance” which was “perhaps the central democratic issue of our times”.
Lady Justice King, the head of the panel of three judges at the UK Court of Appeal, which includes Indian-origin Lord Justice Rabinder Singh, allowed the permission to appeal and also said that they are separately referring ‘The Sun’ newspaper to the Attorney General because of a potential contempt of court in publishing a story about the previous High Court judgment in the case earlier this month, allowing Begum re-entry for her legal fight in the UK, before it was announced in court.
The judges also granted Begum’s lawyers permission to challenge a decision that the absence of a fair and effective appeal over the citizenship decision did not necessarily mean it should be restored, subject to the Supreme Court accepting that part of the case.
Earlier in July, Begum won the right to return to the UK and carry on her legal fight against the government’s revocation of her British citizenship on security grounds.
Begum was one of the three schoolgirls who fled London to join ISIS in Syria in 2015. The Court of Appeal judges ruled that she must be allowed to re-enter and fight her case.
“Fairness and justice must, on the facts of this case, outweigh the national security concerns, so that the leave to enter appeals should be allowed,” they earlier said.
The judges also said that the national security concerns about her “could be addressed and managed if she returns to the United Kingdom“.
The UK Home Office had earlier said the decision was “very disappointing” and that it would apply for permission to appeal.
Begum, who was 15 years old when she secretly fled her home in east London in 2015 to join the terrorist group in Syria, is living in a camp run by Kurdish forces in northern Syria. The UK Court of Appeal said she had been denied a fair hearing because she could not make her case from the camp.
A special British immigration tribunal ruled in February that she was a Bangladeshi citizen by descent which meant that she had not been rendered homeless by former UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid’s decision to revoke her British citizenship in 2019.
Begum had been tracked down in northern Syria in February last year by ‘The Times’ newspaper, when she was nine months pregnant with her third child, who later died. Javid stripped her of citizenship soon after on the grounds that she could claim Bangladeshi nationality through her parents.
His successor as the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, also backed that decision and ruled out the prospect of her return to the UK.
“We cannot have people who would do us harm allowed to enter our country – and that includes this woman,” said Patel, in reference to Begum, who had pleaded with the authorities to allow her to return to her family in the UK.
Under UK law, a person can legally have their citizenship revoked but they cannot be made stateless. The UK government maintains that Begum has access to Bangladeshi dual citizenship through her parents, even though the Bangladesh government has since denied any such rights.
Begum left the UK in February 2015 and lived under ISIS rule for more than three years. She became known as a so-called ISIS bride because she was married to Yago Riedijk, a Dutch ISIS fighter, soon after arriving in Syria.


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