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NEW YORK (Reuters) - James Hill often told his family he just wanted to live moment to moment, like a Buddhist monk. He said it was the only way to survive 14 years in prison after being given a sentence he believed was unjust. But as his release date neared this spring, his nieces and nephews started encouraging their 72-year-old "Uncle Jim" to start thinking about the future.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia recorded its biggest one-day rise in COVID-19 deaths on Monday although a slowdown in new cases gave hope that a second wave of new infections in the state of Victoria may have peaked.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. employers announced another 262,649 job cuts in July as the COVID-19 pandemic continued to weigh on demand, the latest indication that the labour market recovery is losing steam.
VALLETTA (Reuters) - It is the only property outside of Britain that Queen Elizabeth called home.
LONDON, July 28 (Xinhua) -- Earlier this month, the Eden Project, one of Britain's most famous environmental attractions in southwest England, announced that around 40 percent of its staff would lose their jobs after it lost over 7 million pounds (about 9 million U.S. dollars) in revenue this year due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: Shoppers in Melbourne stocked up on groceries and toilet paper when the second lockdown was announced but for Amanda Yap (pic), she went to the local library and borrowed 20 books.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain imposed sanctions on 25 Russians and 20 Saudis on Monday as part of post-Brexit measures foreign minister Dominic Raab said were aimed at stopping the laundering of "blood money".
WASHINGTON/SEOUL (Reuters) - Nearly one year after U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un last met, North Korea has returned to conducting short-range missile tests and issuing harsh rhetoric, while Washington shows little interest in easing sanctions.
KLANG: They met as young teachers in Sabah in 1980 and became fast friends.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - U.S. civil rights leader Jesse Jackson has written Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte asking him to end the use of the pre-Christmas character "Black Pete," which Jackson called a racist relic of colonialism.