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NEW YORK (Reuters) - As the novel coronavirus spread through New York City in late March, doctors at Mount Sinai Hospital noticed something strange happening to patients' blood.
It is critical that governments and the industry come together now to ensure that consumers can have continued access to safe, healthy and nutritious food during this pandemic.
BEIJING/SINGAPORE/LONDON: Stock markets and oil prices went into freefall on Monday (March 16) as interest rate cuts and fresh stimulus measures by central banks failed to lift confidence, with analysts warning that the Federal Reserve may have reached the limits of its power to fend off recession as the coronavirus spreads.
This test is one of the methods doctors use to determine the condition of your heart.
BEIJING: The coronavirus outbreak has hit global demand, but its impact on China's foreign trade is only temporary, the Commerce Ministry said on Thursday, adding that authorities would roll out more targeted support measures to stabilise supply chains.
BEIJING: China’s consumer prices rose the fastest in more than eight years last month, with the outbreak of the coronavirus and subsequent shutdowns of transport links across the country making further gains in the coming months likely.
Trump’s Middle-East peace plan is about re-election – his own and Benjamin Netanyahu’s.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombian police clashed with small numbers of protesters and some public transport infrastructure was damaged in Bogota on Tuesday after a renewal of demonstrations.
JOHOR BARU: The public are urged to take precautionary measures to prevent mishaps involving fire this festive season.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Foreign powers agreed at a summit in Berlin on Sunday to shore up a shaky truce in Libya, but the meeting was overshadowed by blockades of oilfields by forces loyal to commander Khalifa Haftar that could cripple the country's crude production.