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DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland's usually tightly-packed pubs say they face ruin unless the government eases one of the strictest lockdowns in Europe, under which they can only reopen in August and must keep drinkers two metres apart - reducing capacity for some from hundreds to dozens.
TOKYO (Reuters) - As Japan returns to work from coronavirus restrictions, its notoriously crowded trains - almost a symbol of its celebrated work ethic - are raising fears about a resurgence of infections.
Chris Trousdale, a member of the boy band Dream Street from the group's inception in 1999 through its breakup in 2002, died Tuesday at age 34.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Hundreds of Greeks danced and sang from their cars at a drive-in music concert, the first such event since the country banned mass gatherings to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - When civil partnerships were legalised in Switzerland in January 2007, gay couple Laurent Marmier and Yves Bugnon completed the paperwork that same month, making them among the first to take advantage of the new law.
TOKYO (AP): Asian shares rose Wednesday (June 3) after Wall Street extended its gains for a third straight day, driven by optimism over economies reopening from shutdowns to stem the coronavirus pandemic.
Facebook Inc has signed a global licensing deal with one of India's largest music labels.
From deploying drones and fire trucks to banging utensils and blaring loud music, India is experimenting with ways to battle a new wave of locust attacks that have alarmed farmers.
The arts will go on: Cammies 2020 set for online awards show on July 2.
TikTok's emergence as a platform for political discourse for teens follow a tradition of media platforms evolving beyond their founders' initial designs.