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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Gibraltar is encouraged by Spain's "pragmatism" on its key demand that their mutual border remain fully open after the Brexit transition period expires at the end of 2020, its deputy chief minister said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Amateur golfers will have the chance to earn a place at the 2021 Women's British Open when the inaugural women's Amateur Latin America championship is held in Buenos Aires in September, golf governing body the Royal & Ancient (R&A) said on Monday.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Putting more masterpieces in Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel to join his ceiling frescoes and Last Judgement wall might seem as superfluous as adding more diamonds to the Crown Jewels.
Ahmad Fuad's censored artworks at NAG are back up, public grab opportunity to view them.
Coronavirus: China reports 105 more deaths, taking global toll to 1,775, as new local Communist Party chief urges less bureaucracy
Number of new infections rises again as World Health Organisation says future path of the epidemic is impossible to predictThe contagion has spread to at least 25 other countries, killing five outside mainland China
Coronavirus: Chinese find ways to help, from free haircuts for police to an open-air virtual classroom
With all the salons still closed in his county, one hairstylist in southwest China is offering his services for those in need of a trim. And a teacher trapped in her parents’ remote village is delivering lessons online after she rigged up her own signal booster.
Live-streaming and surgical masks: China’s smartphone brands adapt to business under coronavirus restrictions
Canalys and Strategy Analytics expect smartphone shipments to drop 50% in the first quarter from a year ago, while IDC sees a 30% slide. Chinese factories operated by subcontractors such as Foxconn and Pegasus produce 70% of all smartphones sold globally.