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TOKYO, Jan 17 (Reuters): For Yuuki Hamazono, it was a relief to find bars and restaurants in Tokyo flouting the Japanese government's request to close by 8pm.
TOKYO (Reuters) - For Yuuki Hamazono, it was a relief to find bars and restaurants in Tokyo flouting the Japanese government's request to close by 8 p.m.
Govt to take sterner action against pubs, nightclub owners as over 600 detained on New Year's Day for violating SOP
PUTRAJAYA: Over 600 people have been detained on New Year’s Day at pubs and nightclubs, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
NEW YORK, Jan. 3 (Xinhua) -- Several experts in New York have tapped their wisdom and mulled ideas in efforts to help the largest city in the United States to recover from the 10-month-long COVID-19 and re-emerge from the economic and psychological impacts of the pandemic, New York Daily News reported on Sunday.
NEW YORK, Jan. 3 (Xinhua) -- An expert has called on the owners of the eateries and nightlife venues in New York City to have more flexibility, together with cash grant from government, in their efforts to make their businesses recover from the 10-month-long COVID-19 pandemic, New York Daily News reported on Sunday.
BANGKOK, Jan. 2 (The Nation Thailand/ANN): Bangkok's nightlife will go quiet as a ban on bars, nightclubs and restaurant alcohol sales goes into effect Saturday, among a raft of restrictions aimed at curbing the kingdom's rising coronavirus toll.
With global gold prices near an all-time high, the women are a rare bright spot for an economy hard hit by the collapse of tourism amid coronavirus travel restrictions.
Anti-Myanmar hate speech flares in Thailand over virus; Yangon says Covid-19 cases surge past 120,000 mark
BANGKOK, Dec 24 (Reuters) : "Wherever you see Myanmar people, shoot them down," read one Thai comment on YouTube after a surge of coronavirus cases among workers from Myanmar.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - They gather in groups, wearing black, in the shadow of buildings gutted by the explosion that shook this city on Aug. 4. Men, women and children from Christian and Muslim sects cradle portraits of their dead.