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MOSCOW/OSLO (Reuters) - Russia on Friday accused Norway's coastguards of detaining a Russian fishing trawler near a remote chain of islands in the Arctic earlier this month and said it had filed a protest to Oslo over the incident.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The novel coronavirus has penetrated more deeply into Moscow's population than official data show, private testing results among people without symptoms suggest.
DENVER (Reuters) - Schlumberger NV, the top oilfield services firm, said on Friday first-quarter earnings swung to a loss on US$8.5 billion in asset writedowns, as customers accelerated spending cuts amid the continuing decline in oil prices.
(Bloomberg) -- Oil fell below US$18 a barrel in New York as a wave of gloomy demand forecasts and a cratering physical market outweighed an unprecedented deal to cut output.
(Reuters) - Some European countries have announced plans to ease restrictions on social life, transport and cross-border travel imposed since mid-March to battle the spread of the novel coronavirus.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Fraudsters are trying to cash in on a new coronavirus travel permit system in Moscow by offering to help people illegally circumvent it for cash, online adverts for their services show.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Friday reported a record rise of 4,069 new coronavirus cases over the last 24 hours, bringing its nationwide tally to 32,007, the Interfax news agency said.
SUIFENHE, China (Reuters) - As the coronavirus spread in Russia, a group of 500 Chinese residents of Khabarovsk city in the Far East decided to lock themselves inside an apartment block, imposing a regime of self-isolation that has been in place since April 1.
A semblance of normal life is slowly returning to China. People are heading to work, visiting malls, and even shopping at the wet markets that were among the places where coronavirus was first identified. But one gathering place remains closed: the cinema.
ALMATY (Reuters) - NASA astronauts Andrew Morgan and Jessica Meir will take an unusual - and more exhausting - route home after safely landing in the Kazakh steppe on Friday, a Russian healthcare official said, because of lockdowns caused by the novel coronavirus.