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WASHINGTON(Reuters) - Joyce Elliott, an Arkansas state senator who is seeking a U.S. congressional seat in November, was the second Black student to attend her local public high school; the first was her older sister. If elected in November, she will be the first Black lawmaker in Congress from Arkansas, ever.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senate Republicans on Monday proposed a $1 trillion (£776 billion) coronavirus aid package hammered out with the White House, paving the way for talks with Democrats on how to help Americans as expanded unemployment benefits for millions of workers expire this week.
SEMARANG, Indonesia (Reuters) - As schools struggle to keep pupils engaged during the pandemic, a kindergarten on Indonesia's Java island is getting pupils back in the classroom using makeshift transparent cubicles and also sending teachers on home visits with social distancing barriers.
KUALA LUMPUR: Two Pakatan Harapan lawmakers have urged the government to provide reusable facial masks to school-going children.
A FIRM and solid foundation is crucial for any building – the higher the building, the deeper the foundations to be laid. The same can be said for one’s growth in education and career.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A presidential contender who says he fled Belarus because he feared for his freedom and custody of his children has told Reuters the country's opposition is pinning its hopes on a candidate he characterised as a latter-day Joan of Arc.
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron named Clément Beaune as his government's new junior minister for European affairs, replacing Amélie de Montchalin, the Elysée Palace said on Sunday.
HEFEI, July 26 (Xinhua) -- Hu Maoshan was ready to move when there was knee-deep floodwater in his house.
PETALING JAYA: With new Covid-19 clusters emerging and local transmissions rising, Malaysians feel that a conditional or targeted movement control order (MCO) should be implemented to prevent a second wave of Covid-19 infections.