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INDIA has been having a bad summer. The Nepalese have face-palmed them, the Chinese have taken territory they said belonged to them, and now Donald Trump has dealt a deathblow to hundreds of thousands of Indians.
WUHAN, China/BEIJING (Reuters) - Six months after the World Health Organization learned of "viral pneumonia" cases that would become the COVID-19 pandemic, life in Wuhan, the city where it emerged, is returning to normal, although masks remain ubiquitous and emotional scars linger.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry is expected to table the proposed bills on sexual harassment and recognition of social work as a profession by the end of this year.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Rebekah Rosler and her husband did not intend to leave Manhattan for good in March when they packed up their three children and headed 50 miles north to wait out the coronavirus pandemic in her parents' vacant home in upstate New York.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Monday there is no second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, even though there are some flare-ups in states such as Florida, and it is unlikely there will be widespread shutdowns across the country.
NO one would have imagined that the year 2020, would really change their lives, personally and professionally.
EDIKA Yusof (pic) had put his acting career on hold for 15 years as he had his hands full taking care of his half-paralysed wife and three children, reported Harian Metro.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's second most populous state, Victoria, on Sunday extended its state of emergency for four more weeks to July 19, as it battles a spike in coronavirus infections with a pick-up in community transmission.
BEIJING: Malaysians are cautious, with some even waiting hours to get tested for Covid-19, following a resurgence of cases here.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. government agencies overseeing everything from airlines to hospitals face steep hurdles in tracking and monitoring $2.4 trillion (1.91 trillion pounds) in taxpayer-funded novel coronavirus relief aimed at propping up the U.S. economy, an interagency government watchdog said on Wednesday.