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BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - In the Argentine capital Buenos Aires, a city famed for its passionate tango dancing and romance, the pandemic is putting a dampener on couples making babies, with birthrates down by a quarter since COVID-19 struck early last year.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) said on Wednesday it was removing caps on dividends paid by locally incorporated banks and finance companies, which were introduced amid an uncertain economic outlook earlier in the COVID-19 pandemic.
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg): Singapore is aiming for a feat no country has achieved so far: reopen to the world and emerge from the pandemic with a death toll still in the double digits.
TOKYO (AFP): Daily virus cases in Tokyo topped 3,000 for the first time on Wednesday (July 28), as several neighbouring regions weighed emergency restrictions to tackle a surge in infections.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Even without Simone Biles the United States will still offer a steely defence of the Olympic women's gymnastics all-around crown worn by an American since the 2004 Athens Summer Games.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The government has delayed plans to establish a travel corridor with Singapore after Indonesia extended its multi-tiered public mobility restrictions (PPKM) amid rising Covid-19 cases.
MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russian internet giant Yandex on Wednesday reported a 34% rise in second-quarter adjusted net income compared with a year ago and raised its 2021 group revenue forecast to between 330 and 340 billion roubles ($4.49-$4.63 billion).
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): China's Sinopharm vaccine could soon be made available in Singapore, with several private healthcare groups already taking steps to secure doses of the jab.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's ITV said advertising had rebounded strongly, with June delivering the largest ad revenue for the month in the broadcaster's history as it benefited from the easing of COVID-19 restrictions and the Euros.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Senior U.S. diplomats are holding talks in the Gulf region in a renewed push for a ceasefire in Yemen as fierce ground battles spread and the Iran-aligned Houthi group resumed cross-border attacks on Saudi Arabia after a brief lull over Muslim holidays.