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OTTAWA, Sept. 30 (Xinhua) -- Tourism spending in Canada plummeted 66.3 percent in the second quarter of 2020 due to continued travel restrictions and physical distancing measures against the DOVID-19 pandemic in the country, according to Statistics Canada on Tuesday.
In India, rape and sexual violence have been under the spotlight since the 2012 gang rape and killing of a 23-year-old student on a New Delhi bus. The attack galvanized massive protests and inspired lawmakers to order the creation of fast-track courts dedicated to rape cases and stiffen penalties for those convicted of the crime.
NEW DELHI (AFP): Indian police were accused Wednesday (Sept 30) of cremating the body of a 19-year-old woman against her family's will after she was allegedly gang-raped by four men in the country's latest horrific sexual assault.
PURCHASING a new home for you and your family has evolved beyond having a roof over your head.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Koreans will forego some of their most cherished traditions when they celebrate their thanksgiving holiday of Chuseok this week, as the coronavirus forces many to hold virtual services instead of visiting their ancestral sites.
NEW YORK (Reuters): North Korea has a "reliable and effective war deterrent for self-defence" and will now focus on developing its economy, North Korea's UN Ambassador Kim Song said on Tuesday (Sept 29), though he acknowledged that international sanctions were a hindrance.
MACAO, Sept. 29 (Xinhua) -- Government departments of China's Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) are ready to embrace tourists during the country's National Day holiday, with a series of measures in place to ensure order and pandemic prevention, said local authorities Tuesday.
YEREVAN (Reuters) - Azeri armed forces opened fire on an Armenian military unit in the border town of Vardenis, and miles away from a breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region which has been the focus of clashes in the past few days, the Armenian defence ministry said.
BAKU/YEREVAN (Reuters) - Armenia and Azerbaijan accused one another on Tuesday of firing directly into each other's territory and rejected pressure to hold peace talks as their conflict over the enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh threatened to mushroom into all-out war.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Africa's overburdened public health systems, dearth of testing facilities and overcrowded slums had experts predicting a disaster when COVID-19 hit the continent in February.