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Underfed and chained up for endless hours, many elephants working in Thailand’s tourism sector may starve, be sold to zoos or be shifted into the illegal logging trade, campaigners warn, as the coronavirus decimates visitor numbers.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Zoos in Germany have written to Chancellor Angela Merkel pleading for 100 million euros to help them look after their animals during the coronavirus crisis.
BANGKOK: Underfed and chained up for endless hours, many elephants working in Thailand's tourism sector may starve, be sold to zoos or be shifted into the illegal logging trade, campaigners warn, as the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak decimates visitor numbers.
MELAKA: The Malaysian Association of Zoological Parks and Aquaria (Mazpa) is appealing to the government to provide them with financial assistance to save jobs and wildlife at privately-managed menageries.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) - It may, as House Majority Leader and Maryland Democrat Steny Hoyer said on Friday, be out of love that the United States agreed to shut down much of its economy to stop a viral epidemic and save lives.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As U.S. deaths from the novel coronavirus approached 1,300, many state governors have ordered residents to stay home to slow the disease's spread, while others have balked at such mandates - a patchwork approach that reflects the federalist system.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian equities mostly rose and the dollar extended losses Friday, with traders buoyed by government and central bank pledges to prop up the global economy as the coronavirus sends countries into lockdown.
PARIS (Reuters) - Outside a Paris retirement home on Wednesday, a director rushed out and told the man delivering a coffin to use a side entrance, away from prying eyes.
(Reuters) - New York state, leading the nation in coronavirus infections and deaths, is showing tentative signs of curbing the spread of the disease, the governor said on Wednesday, even as fatalities in New York City jumped while the health crisis deepened in hard-hit New Orleans and elsewhere.
BANGKOK (AP): Japan's Nikkei 225 surged 8% and other world markets also jumped Wednesday (March 25) after Congress and the White House reached a deal to inject nearly US$2 trillion of aid into an economy ravaged by the coronavirus.