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MANAGUA (Reuters) - Football in Nicaragua is enjoying a surge in popularity as one of the few national leagues where games are still ongoing but players in action there are concerned about the spread of the new coronavirus and say fear has changed the way they play.
It has been a difficult first month for Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, but he has shown experience, focus and savviness as he made his way through the landmines of power.
GEORGE TOWN: Penang assemblymen, including Opposition members, have agreed to contribute 30% of their salary to the state Covid-19 fund.
BEIJING/NEW YORK: Global cases of the new coronavirus have shot past 1 million with more than 53,000 fatalities, a Reuters tally showed on Friday, as death tolls soared in the United States and western Europe while the world economy nosedived.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Leading Cuban dissident Jose Daniel Ferrer said he was released from jail on Friday, six months after his arrest, but sentenced to 4-1/2 years of house arrest after a court ruled him guilty of assault - a charge he denies.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland has seen a more than four-fold increase in coronavirus outbreaks in nursing homes in the space of a week, prompting a number of new measures to protect vulnerable elderly residents, officials said on Friday.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Manchester United players will donate 30% of their wages to local hospitals and health services in the first major coronavirus gesture from a full Premier League squad.
BEIJING/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global cases of the new coronavirus have shot past 1 million with more than 53,000 fatalities, a Reuters tally showed on Friday, as death tolls soared in the United States and western Europe while the world economy nosedived.
LONDON (Bloomberg) -- The OPEC+ coalition is pushing for other major oil producers to join it in a deep reduction of global crude output and stem the historic rout in prices, a move that sent futures sharply higher.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Ravi Prasad Gupta, a worker at a pipe plant in the western Indian state of Gujarat, for years proudly supported Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his promise to usher in "good days" for millions of impoverished labourers.