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PETALING JAYA: While the Talian Kasih hotline made it easier for Malaysians to reach out to counselling services, more is still needed to help the people in the tough times ahead, say experts.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads, people already displaced by conflict, hunger and economic upheaval are especially vulnerable. Lauren Young and Michelle Nichols of Reuters spoke with David Miliband, president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee (IRC), as part of our #AskReuters series. Below are edited highlights.
LISBON (Reuters) - Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa said on Friday it was important that all European Union nations open "green pathways" so a deal on the bloc's 750 billion euro recovery fund can be reached next month.
LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oregon elementary school teacher Nancy Flores-Sanchez, 34, was getting ready for her summertime work as a children's camp counselor in Portland when she learned that the U.S. Supreme Court had preserved an immigration program that has protected her from deportation.
MUMBAI (AFP): A young Bollywood heartthrob lauded for his portrayal of cricket star M.S. Dhoni on the silver screen has died, Mumbai police said Sunday (June 14).
But mental health experts worry that the added responsibility to keep Covid-19 out of schools will lead to anxiety, stress and depression
IMPLEMENTATION of the movement control order (MCO) paired with a host of responsibilities and uncertainty have made the last three months really tough to take, especially for teachers who have been working tirelessly for their students.
LONDON (Reuters) - An international group of neuroscientists will examine how the world is sleeping, or failing to, during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has upended work, social and family life for countless people.
(Reuters) - Tropical Storm Cristobal is causing heavy rainfall and life-threatening flooding in parts of Mexico, but could weaken to a tropical depression by Thursday evening, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Nelson Aguilar used to sell the rabbits that he raises on his Havana rooftop to restaurants. Now, with an ongoing pandemic, the 70-year-old uses them as currency, exchanging them for food or detergent to avoid multi-hour queues at poorly stocked shops.