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COPENHAGEN, Aug. 7 (Xinhua) -- Danish Health Minister Magnus Heunicke announced on Friday a ten-point initiative including the requirement of face masks on all forms of public transport in Aarhus, Denmark's second-largest city in the wake of an alarming rise of COVID-19 infections.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland announced its first localised reimposition of some coronavirus restrictions on Friday as it sought to control outbreaks in three of the country's 26 counties, one of which borders the most populous, Dublin.
PHNOM PENH (Xinhua): Cambodia decided Thursday (Aug 6) to allow all cinemas and arts performing facilities across the kingdom to reopen following the temporary shutdown in mid-March due to the Covid-19 pandemic, said a Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts (MCFA) statement.
NEW YORK: Gobal equity markets edged higher and bond yields eased off earlier lows on Thursday as investors awaited word on a new U.S. aid package to counter economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
The country plunged into recession after its biggest quarterly contraction on record, data showed, as the economy reels from coronavirus lockdowns that have wrecked businesses and thrown millions out of work.
WASHINGTON (China Daily/ANN): China does not seek global dominance, nor does it want tensions with the United States to escalate further, Beijing's top envoy to Washington said.
JAKARTA (Xinhua): The investment in the oil and gas sector in Indonesia underperformed during the first half of this year, but the bounce back in the global oil price was expected to lure investors in the sector.
After a painful four-month tourism shutdown that ended last week, Dubai is betting pent-up demand will see the industry quickly bounce back, billing itself as a safe destination with the resources to ward off coronavirus.
Microsoft has emerged as a saviour to young users of TikTok, who praised the tech industry giant for trying to buy parts of the social media company's operations, in hopes of avoiding a US shutdown.