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PARIS (Reuters) - Parisians confined to their flats by a lockdown imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus can at least now open their windows and breathe in fresh air, listen to the birds and enjoy a peaceful night's sleep.
KUANTAN (Bernama): A Japanese citizen was fined a maximum of RM1,000 or three months’ jail by the Magistrate’s Court here for violating the movement control order (MCO) by leaving the house to photograph birds in a park here.
HAVING given up corporate life to indulge a creative streak, Sherry Ong was delighted to finally hold her first solo show.
The announcement arrived on the same day the Montreux Jazz Festival was due to unveil the lineup for its 54th edition, which is still scheduled to take place between July 3 and 18.
Through woodcut prints, Sabah-based art collective Pangrok Sulap is working hard to lift the nation's spirits.
As humans retreat into their homes as more and more countries go under coronavirus lockdown, wild animals are slipping cover to explore the empty streets of some of our biggest cities.
With the number of cases still increasing, social distancing measures are critical to avoid overwhelming our healthcare system.
The MCO, beyond flattening the curve, has produced another positive side effect: cleaner air. For just how much, click here.
SEEING the (partial) lockdown taking place across Malaysia – and throughout various countries around the world – makes me want to pull my hair out. Not just because it’s disruptive, but because the signs that an outbreak like Covid-19 would happen have been so clear.