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AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Dutch celebrated the 75th anniversary of their liberation from Nazi occupation on Tuesday after King Willem-Alexander paid tribute to war victims and acknowledged that some had "felt abandoned" by his great-grandmother during World War II.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The mayor of The Hague on Tuesday issued a statement ordering police to break up a demonstration by around 200 people who had gathered to protest against measures ordered by the government to slow the country's coronavirus outbreak.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria's first loosening of its coronavirus lockdown three weeks ago, in which thousands of shops reopened, has not led to a new spike in infections, though further vigilance is necessary, its health minister said on Tuesday.
TOKYO: Bankruptcies over the outbreak of Covid-19 (coronavirus) rose sharply in Japan in April, reaching nearly 90, local media reported on Tuesday (May 5). As of the weekend, the number of bankruptcies related to the spread of the virus totalled 114, compared with 25 at the end of March.
17-year-old Wan Jamila Wan Shaiful Bahri, an artist with autism, has won first place in a poster-making contest organised by Artdialogo Asia in collaboration with Kazakhstan-based The Children Are Painting The World Social Fund.
SINGAPORE: The Ministry of Health (MOH) has preliminarily confirmed 632 new Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases in Singapore as of Tuesday evening (May 5), taking the total count to 19,410. Among the new cases are nine Singaporeans and permanent residents, while migrant workers living in dormitories form the bulk of the remaining cases.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Palm oil futures on Tuesday ended at a more than nine-month low in a volatile trade, as forecasts for higher April inventory amid the coronavirus outbreak outweighed optimism from higher crude and soybean oil prices.
ZAGREB (Reuters) - Olympic sculls champions Valent and Martin Sinkovic have returned to outdoor training after lockdown restrictions in Croatia were relaxed.
LONDON (Reuters) - A study by French scientists which suggests a man was infected with COVID-19 as early as Dec. 27, nearly a month before France confirmed its first cases, could be important in assessing when and where the new coronavirus emerged, experts said on Tuesday.