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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India reported a further decline in new coronavirus cases on Monday but daily deaths remained above 4,000 and experts said the data was unreliable due to a lack of testing in rural areas where the virus is spreading fast.
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson expects an easing of Britain's COVID-19 lockdown to go ahead on Monday, his spokesman said, after concerns were raised over the spread of a coronavirus variant first detected in India.
(Reuters) -Chinese biotech firm Kintor Pharmaceutical Limited saw its stock price jump by more than 20% the day after it announced on April 25 that it had "completed the first patient enrollment and dosing" in a late-stage U.S. clinical trial of its experimental COVID-19 treatment.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's climate envoy described a recent global trend towards ambitious new targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as an "unreasonable race", saying Moscow would focus on the commitments it has made so far.
(Reuters) - Austria's Matthias Schwab continued his impressive run on the European Tour on Wednesday as an opening six-under 66 handed him a one-stroke lead at the British Masters.
Bursa Malaysia followed most key Asian markets to close in the red on Tuesday, trekking the overnight tech sell-off on the Wall Street, while declining counters totalled nearly 1,000.
HO CHI MINH CITY: With industrial production recovering month after month, Ho Chi Minh City enterprises are confidently resuming investment and restoring production, especially of key industrial products, according to the city’s Department of Industry and Trade.
A rising tide lifts all boats but some are heavier than others.
WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -The ransomware gang accused of crippling the leading U.S. fuel pipeline operator said on Monday that it never meant to create havoc, an unusual statement that experts saw as a sign the cybercriminals' scheme had gone awry.