News Headlines from the BBC Global News Podcast - a possible COVID-19 vaccine, US dollars in Cuba, Polar bear decline.
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This is the Global News Podcast from the BBC World Service. I'm Alex Ritson. And in the early hours of Tuesday the 21st of July, these are our main stories.
Encouraging results have been reported from early trials of a corona virus vaccine developed by Oxford University.
State run shops in Cuba are once again selling some goods in U.S. dollars as the country's currency crisis deepens.
And this is the first time that anybody has really established a timeline for when polar bears are likely to disappear. A warning that the poster species of climate change could be gone by the end of the century.
Since the earliest days of the coronavirus pandemic, scientists around the world have been racing to produce a vaccine to stop its spread. Now a report in The Lancet medical journal shows promising results for one developed by Oxford University. The drug company AstraZeneca is preparing to mass produce the vaccine.