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TORONTO (Reuters) - Ontario will begin moving most of its health regions into the third stage of its reopening plan from July 17, Premier Doug Ford said on Monday, as Canada's most populous province lifts lockdowns put in place in March to limit the spread of the new coronavirus.
CAIRO (Reuters) - After losing his job as house cleaner in Cairo, Sudanese refugee Abdel-Nasser Khamis has been struggling to pay his bills.
Figure is almost double the official jobless level
NEW YORK: Dozens of millionaires from the US and six other countries have a message for their governments: “Tax us. Tax us. Tax us.”
THE coronavirus that has upended the world’s economic and social life is turning out to be a mediocre election campaigner. The lesson of recent contests in Asia is that pre-existing conditions haven’t gone away and will likely be decisive, even in the bitterly fought US campaign.
MANY Orang Asli folk breathed a sigh of relief when the recovery movement control order (MCO) finally allowed them to leave their villages to buy food and find jobs.
RELYING on donations has been the only way the poor at Kampung Baru Sungai Buloh have been able to feed their families during the movement control order (MCO).
A LAWSUIT has been filed against 13 small-scale jade miners in connection with a recent landslide in Whaykhar village, Hpakant, Kachin State, that killed nearly 200 people, and three of them have been arrested, according to the Hpakant Township Police Force.