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Amazon made its case on Tuesday in a French court of appeal to keep deliveries on track in the country, rejecting unions' allegations that it was not doing its best to protect employees from COVID-19.
Smiley faces and words of hope painted on rocks has strengthened this group of residents.
Part debutante ball, part coming-of-age ritual with religious overtones, the quinceañera is another casualty of the coronavirus.
KUALA LUMPUR: Doubles shuttler Goh V Shem is hoping the arrival of his first child will lead to a revival of his Olympics hopes.
Every day, Pawel Sawicki, head of social media at the Auschwitz Museum, posts several photos of victims of the former Nazi German death camp on a Twitter account that has become a powerful tool in Holocaust education.
For centuries on a small, forested island in the Baltic Sea, women in headscarves and striped red skirts have done most of the work: from farming to lighthouse keeping, leading church services and even dressing up as Santa Claus at Christmas.
PETALING JAYA: Sir Stirling Moss was the first Briton to win a Formula 1 race and not many up and coming racing drivers can claim to have sat down and chatted with the legend. Malaysia’s Jazeman Jaafar can.
CHRISTIANS all over the country observed Maundy Thursday in their homes with praying, reflection and baking.
IT'S getting worse as US leaders offered a sombre outlook on the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic with President Donald Trump warning of a "very horrendous” phase and Governor Andrew Cuomo predicting New York -- after reporting its most deaths in a day -- would soon reach the epidemic’s apex.