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WASHINGTON: The U.S. economy created more jobs than expected in February as falling new COVID-19 infections and additional pandemic relief money from the government boosted hiring at restaurants and other services businesses, firmly putting the labor market recovery back on track.
(Reuters) - Southampton will have to be cautious with winger Moussa Djenepo after he suffered a knock at the end of Monday's 1-0 Premier League defeat by Everton, manager Ralph Hasenhuettl said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka believes online abuse of players and their families will "kill football" and said fans who have targeted him on social media are not genuine supporters of the north London club.
The three factions vying for control of the GOP.
HOUSTON (Reuters) - President Joe Biden approved a major disaster declaration for Texas on Saturday as the state struggles with the fallout from a winter storm that killed at least two dozen people and caused widespread blackouts and water shortages.
NEW YORK: Oil prices fell for a second day on Friday, retreating further from recent highs, as Texas energy companies began preparations to restart oil and gas fields shuttered by freezing weather and power outages.
SANAA (Reuters) - Bakers in the Yemeni capital Sanaa have swapped diesel and gas for firewood due to fuel shortages to keep making bread in a country where hunger is widespread after years of war.
HONG KONG, Feb 15 (China Daily/ANN): Hong Kong reported nine new Covid-19 cases on Monday, the lowest daily case load since the fourth wave of infections began in mid-November.
LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester City are romping away in the title race but the Premier League continued to throw up surprises on Sunday as first Manchester United and then Everton dropped points to sides written off as relegation fodder.
NEW YORK: Oil prices climbed more than 2% on Friday, hitting the highest levels in more than a year on hopes a U.S. stimulus will boost the economy and fuel demand, as supplies tighten due largely to output cuts by top producing countries.