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LONDON: European Central Bank (ECB) officials will set policy this week against a backdrop of investors betting on a global upturn even as the eurozone remains mired in pandemic lockdowns and painfully slow vaccinations.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedish police on Saturday dispersed hundreds of opponents of coronavirus restrictions who staged a protest in the capital Stockholm in defiance of a ban on large gatherings.
Anti-coup demonstrators returned to the streets of Myanmar on Saturday, a day after a United Nations envoy urged the Security Council to hear the nation's "desperate pleas" and take swift action to restore democracy.
Facial recognition technologies installed in at least a dozen government-funded schools in Delhi are an “overreach” by Indian authorities and an invasion of children’s privacy, digital rights advocates said on Tuesday.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): Restaurants and cafes in Hanoi were allowed to re-open under certain conditions as from 0:00 on Tuesday (March 2), the capital city’s authorities have announced, lifting the closure order enforced two weeks ago.
Companies that sell refrigerators, washers, hairdryers or TVs in the European Union will need to ensure those appliances can be repaired for up to 10 years, to help reduce the vast mountain of electrical waste that piles up each year on the continent.
FOOD is often the first thing that comes to mind at the mention of mobile truck businesses.
'I went to the market to sell vegetables because I wanted to experience life and experience how hard it is to earn money,' the 'Gulf Of Alaska' singer said.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders met on Thursday to find ways to speed up the production and rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in a race against the emergence of new variants that some fear could bring a third wave of the pandemic to the continent.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea launched its COVID-19 inoculation campaign on Friday, with shots to be administered in some 200 nursing homes, in an effort that officials call the first step in returning the country to more normal life.