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SINGAPORE: Oil-hungry Asian nations are taking advantage of the collapse in prices caused by the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic to build up their crude stockpiles. China, India and Japan are leading the way in stocking up cheap oil for their perusal in the near future.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator said after the first day of renewed talks with Britain that the bloc is aiming for "tangible progress" by June on the shape of a new relationship before London severs its ties with the bloc at the end of the year.
PARIS (Reuters) - France's coronavirus death toll rose by 112 on Sunday to 674, senior health official Jerome Salomon said, with the number of confirmed infections increased by 1,559 to 16,018.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba/OTTAWA (Reuters) - After failing to grow wheat in Canada's subarctic Yukon territory 15 years ago, farmer Steve Mackenzie-Grieve gave it another shot in 2017.
PARIS (Reuters) - The coronavirus outbreak has claimed its first fatality among French medical personnel, Health Minister Olivier Veran said on Sunday, as the country prepares for an expected surge in cases.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Natalia Broniarczyk, an activist with a charity that assists Polish women who want to terminate pregnancies, says its hot line began ringing non-stop after the government announced border closures to stem the coronavirus outbreak last week.
PARIS (Reuters) - French health authorities reported three new coronavirus deaths on Sunday, taking the country's death toll from the outbreak to 19, as the number of reported infections also rose.
LAKE BAIKAL, Russia (Reuters) - The frozen Siberian lake had been hit by a blizzard and blustery winds and there was thick snow underfoot, but these were relatively benign conditions for the extreme marathon runners competing there on Sunday.
PARIS (Reuters): Fallout from the Airbus bribery scandal reverberated around the world on Monday (Feb 3) as the head of one of its top buyers temporarily stood down and investigations were launched in countries aggrieved at being dragged into the increasingly political row.
PARIS/LONDON/WASHINGTON (Reuters): Airbus bribed public officials and hid the payments as part of a pattern of worldwide corruption, prosecutors said on Friday (Jan 31) as the European planemaker agreed a record US$4bil settlement with France, Britain and the United States.