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(Reuters) - Britain's streaming services and broadcasters should be on a level playing field, as traditional broadcasters now compete with "one hand tied behind their backs", Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said on Wednesday.
Governments battling a virus that has crossed borders with breathtaking swiftness pinned their hopes Tuesday on tests, technology and a coordinated approach to ease the tight social-distancing restrictions that have slowed the pandemic but strangled the global economy.
LONDON (Reuters) - The all-electric Formula E motor racing series is partnering with the U.N. children's fund UNICEF to support a global coronavirus appeal, it announced on Tuesday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia spinner Nathan Lyon says Tim Paine has been "absolutely incredible" since taking over as test captain during turbulent times and expects the wicketkeeper to continue in the role for the foreseeable future.
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.
Older ballet and opera lovers deprived of their high-culture fix because of shuttered theaters and concert halls are taking the plunge into video streaming for the first time.
LONDON (Reuters) - More than 117 million children could miss out on immunisation against measles as the COVID-19 pandemic forces social distancing and piles pressure on health services, United Nations health agencies warned on Tuesday.
JOHANNESBURG: Support is growing for debt relief to help the world’s poorest, indebted nations – most of them in Africa – confront the economic havoc wreaked by Covid-19. But there is one big question mark: China.