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ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece has resettled hundreds of migrants in a temporary new tent facility after a fire destroyed their overcrowded refugee camp on the island of Lesbos and hopes to have moved all of them this week, government officials said on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Six-times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has called for a rethink on how races are re-started behind the safety car because he fears drivers are being put at risk.
ROME (Reuters) - After a six-month shutdown, the longest in Europe, Italy reopened most of its schools on Monday, testing the organisational skills of the government, the nerves of teachers and the self-control of excited students.
JAKARTA, Sept 14 (Reuters): Indonesia stocks recouped more than half of last week's 4% decline on Monday after new Covid-19 restrictions in Jakarta proved less severe than feared, with stock markets across Asia buoyed by the resumption of trials for one of the leading coronavirus vaccine candidates.
(Sept 14, Reuters): Indonesia stocks rose over 2% on Monday after new Covid-19 restrictions on Jakarta proved less severe than feared, with markets across Asia aided by AstraZeneca resuming trials of its leading vaccine candidate.
TikTok and ByteDance are caught between two governments that maybe aren’t so different after all.
HONG KONG, Sept 14 (SCMP): Relations between the countries have frayed since 2017 over matters of technology, trade, Beijing’s regional influence and China’s handling of the coronavirusBeijing increasingly views the relationship through the lens of its strategic rivalry with the US, a long-time Australian ally, analysts say
Our world was already facing a truckload of plastic entering our oceans daily before Covid-19, and the current crisis has exponentially worsened that.
LIMA (Reuters) - A bid by the opposition-led Congress to remove Peruvian President Martín Vizcarra appeared to falter on Sunday, after key political leaders rejected the ouster over fears the upheaval would plunge the country into a political crisis.