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SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria will allow restaurants, bars and cafes to reopen at full capacity on Monday as the Balkan country further eased restrictions imposed in mid-March to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Hong Kong police fire pepper pellets as hundreds rally, Li Ka Shing defends new security law (Update)
HONG KONG (The Straits Times/ANN): Hong Kong riot police fired pepper pellets in downtown Hong Kong as hundreds gathered to demonstrate in the city's central shopping hubs at lunchtime on Wednesday (May 27) ahead of the second reading of the national anthem Bill.
MILAN (Reuters) - Paola Berardi, 70, and her husband Mauro have taken care of their two grandchildren every weekday for the past decade while their daughter went to work in a chemical company. Every summer, they decamped with the twins to a seaside resort on the northern Italian coast.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea reported the highest daily number of new coronavirus cases in 49 days on Wednesday, as one of the country's largest e-commerce companies battled an outbreak linked to a now-shuttered logistics facility.
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HONG KONG (AFP): Hong Kong public high school students began attending classes on Wednesday, part of a phased reopening after the financial hub successfully tackled its coronavirus outbreak.
HONG KONG (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Protesters in Hong Kong tried to block roads and disrupt traffic early Wednesday (May 27) morning but heavy police presence and searches ahead of the second reading of the national anthem Bill have put a dent in their plans.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia recorded its youngest victim of COVID-19 after a 30-year-old man with underlying health conditions died in Queensland state, having shown symptoms of the disease for weeks but without getting tested, officials said on Wednesday.