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BEIJING: President Xi Jinping encouraged China’s youth to foster stronger ideals and convictions, build up their capabilities and devote themselves to the course of national development as he greeted youth in a public message.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African anti-apartheid activist Denis Goldberg, who stood trial alongside Nelson Mandela in the 1963-64 Rivonia Trial and was imprisoned for 22 years by the regime, has died at the age of 87 at his home in Cape Town.
TAHOLAH, Washington (Reuters) - For several years, Fawn Sharp has seen her tribe on the coastline of Washington state lurch from crisis to crisis: rising sea levels have flooded the Quinault Indian Nation’s main village, and its staple sockeye salmon in nearby rivers have all but disappeared – a direct hit to the tribe’s finances and culture.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's main health workers' union planned to challenge the government in court on Tuesday over shortages of protective gear for frontline staff as the country braced for a surge in new coronavirus cases.
MUMBAI: A total of 109 people have died of Covid-19 (coronavirus) symptoms in India, with 32 fatalities and 693 fresh cases in the past 24 hours alone, government data released on Monday (April 6) showed.
RIO DE JANEIRO/BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil will seek authorization for a state of emergency to allow it to scrap fiscal targets and free up funds to combat the coronavirus crisis, the government said on Tuesday, as President Jair Bolsonaro announced his second COVID-19 test was negative.
South African court clears Ramaphosa of misleading parliament, money-laundering alleged by graft watchdog
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's High Court on Tuesday cleared President Cyril Ramaphosa of lying to parliament about the source of donations to his 2017 campaign to lead the ruling party, setting aside a potentially damaging report by a powerful anti-graft watchdog.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Millions of Mexican women stayed away from offices, schools and government agencies on Monday to join a second day of marches to protest against violence and macho culture, as an eerie quiet fell on normally bustling streets and factories.