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BRASILIA (Reuters) - The largest city in Brazil's Amazon has closed bars and river beaches to contain a fresh surge of coronavirus cases, a trend that may dash theories that Manaus was one of the world's first places to reach collective, or herd, immunity.
TAILANDIA, Brazil (Reuters) - Mauro Lucio Costa wanted to do the right thing for the world's largest rainforest.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The Commerce Ministry is collaborating with top e-commerce platforms like Thailandpostsmart, Shopee, Lazada, JD Central, Cloudmall among others to sell agricultural products and fresh fruit as part of its “Thailand Fruits Golden Months: Thai Help Thai” campaign, Commerce Minister Jurin Laksanawisit announced on Thursday (April 30).
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Americans must resist the impulse to ease social-separation measures at the first glimpse of progress now being seen in the coronavirus battle, state government and public health leaders warned on Thursday, as the U.S. death toll surpassed 16,500.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - American shoppers stood in long lines outside grocery stores on Friday, waiting to buy essentials like toilet paper, pasta, and bottled water, as a worsening coronavirus crisis stoked fears of shortages across the United States.
SINGAPORE: Toilet paper rolls have been among the items flying off supermarket shelves amid concerns over the coronavirus, even as stores work steadily to restock products and to reassure shoppers that there is no shortage.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Former Pope Benedict wants his name removed as co-author of a new book on the issue of priestly celibacy, his personal secretary said on Tuesday, in the latest twist in a saga that has riveted the Roman Catholic world.
SYDNEY: The unprecedented bushfires devastating swathes of Australia have already pumped out more than half of the country’s annual carbon dioxide emissions in another setback to the fight against climate change
KOLKATA/BENGALURU (Reuters) - Indian karate teacher Monimala Halder took up the sport in her teens as a way to get fit. A few months ago, she and her sister used their skills to fend off two men on a motorcycle trying to grab them as they rode past.
Hong Kong: Asian markets slipped on Tuesday (Dec 3) as global trade uncertainty returned to the fore after the United States reimposed tariffs on Argentina and Brazil, threatened steep levies against France and warned China of new measures if ongoing talks are not successful.