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Niall Ferguson’s Networld from PBS is a look at the rise of online social networks like Facebook and Twitter, but it also explores the same principles that are a matter of life and death as the globe confronts a killer virus.
(Reuters) - Chinese billionaire and Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma said he will donate 500,000 coronavirus testing kits and 1 million masks to the United States and urged international cooperation to fight the health crisis.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and two other large charities on Tuesday pledged up to $125 million (£95.57 million) to help speed the development of treatments for the fast-spreading coronavirus, which the World Health Organization said on Monday was nearing pandemic proportions.
NEW YORK: The Milken Institute Global Conference is being postponed to July 7-10 as the coronavirus outbreak worsens.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi President Barham Salih will begin consultations to choose a new candidate for prime minister, the state news agency said late on Sunday, after the designated candidate Mohammed Allawi said he withdrew from the race.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China has bought the world time in the fight against the novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak, according to an internationally renowned virologist.BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China has bought the world time in the fight against the novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak, according to an internationally renowned virologist.
DUBAI: Dubai will pay a 29% premium to acquire 19.55% of DP World Ltd.’s and return the port operator to private ownership as it seeks to transform to an infrastructure-led logistics provider.
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc said on Friday it was allowing U.S.-based political candidates to run branded content on its social networking platforms, but the content would not be catalogued in its advertising library.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The EU and Britain have a shared interest in retaining close security ties after Brexit, Germany's defence minister told Reuters in an interview.
LONDON (Reuters) - Facebook on Wednesday said it had suspended a network of accounts used by Russian military intelligence to seed false narratives online targeting Ukraine and other countries in Eastern Europe.