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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's city of Melbourne, its hotspot in the second wave of coronavirus infections, is on track to return to near normal by Christmas, strengthening hopes for major summer sporting events to go ahead amid a general economic revival.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Travel between New Zealand and some states of Australia is possible before the end of the year, New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Around midnight on February 23, Eulalio Bravo, a marine electrician, was dozing in his rack aboard the San Ramon, an oil tanker anchored off the coast of Venezuela.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombian workers and students protested against the social and economic policies of President Ivan Duque on Monday, seeking to revive mass demonstrations amid an economic crisis and recent incidents of police brutality.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Australian government is expected to announce on Friday an increase in the number of citizens able to return home, while one state said it would partially reopen its borders given a general downward coronavirus infection trend.
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) -- A new study by American researchers, released on Thursday, suggests the deadly coronavirus may have already reached Los Angeles by late December, actively circulating in the area months before the first definitive cases in the United States were identified.
PETALING JAYA: The water crisis in the Klang Valley has prompted other states to pay close attention to their water resources and if necessary, take proactive measures to protect them.
MELBOURNE/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's prime minister pressed states on Friday to reopen their borders by December and ease restrictions, as businesses and locked down households vented their frustration over deepening revenue and job losses.
HANGZHOU, Sept. 2 (Xinhua) -- The number of Europe-bound freight trains departing from the city of Yiwu in east China's Zhejiang Province reached 529 this year as of Wednesday, surpassing the total number of last year, according to the train operator.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - James Hill often told his family he just wanted to live moment to moment, like a Buddhist monk. He said it was the only way to survive 14 years in prison after being given a sentence he believed was unjust. But as his release date neared this spring, his nieces and nephews started encouraging their 72-year-old "Uncle Jim" to start thinking about the future.