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A future in which humanity coexists with birdsong and blooming flowers in both conceivable and desirable, but it requires action.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Travelling in convoy through the Chinese city of Wuhan last September, Angela Merkel called a halt. As her party crossed a bridge over the Yangtze river, the German Chancellor wanted to hear about a grand gesture by revolutionary leader Mao Zedong.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - For 8 minutes and 46 seconds - the length of time it took George Floyd, an unarmed black man, to die at the hands of Minneapolis police - cable TV kids channel Nickelodeon's screen went black on Tuesday to sounds of inhaling and exhaling, as white text flashed "I can't breathe."
(Reuters) - An email by a Goldman Sachs Group Inc
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - This summer, dozens of incoming students at New York's Columbia Business School had planned to sail around the coast of Croatia for a week to get to know each other. Instead, they are chatting online and playing icebreaker games on Zoom.
SHAH ALAM (Bernama): The 20th prosecution witness in the murder trial of Cradle Fund chief executive officer Nazrin Hassan told the High Court here that the victim’s BlackBerry smartphone did not explode based on its physical condition.
LONDON (Reuters) - A substantial majority of people around the world want their governments to prioritise saving lives over moves to restart economies being hammered by measures aimed at halting the spread of the new coronavirus, a global survey found.
(Reuters) - With much of the world living in lockdown, the spread of the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, that was first detected in China late last year is beginning to slow in some places. As of April 23, 2.7 million had been infected and 192,000 killed by COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European politicians, CEOs, lawmakers and activists called on Tuesday for green investment to restart growth after the coronavirus pandemic, saying fighting climate change and promoting biodiversity would rebuild stronger economies.
MUMBAI: Indian companies are expecting that revenue will fall by 10% and profit by 5% in the current April-June quarter as well as the just concluded January-March quarter on Covid-19 impact along with significant job losses, according to a survey released by an industry body on Sunday (April 5).