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LOS ANGELES, Sept. 25 (Xinhua) -- The 2020 California International Marathon has been canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the organizers announced on Friday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union's executive launched a contentious plan on Wednesday for overhauling broken migration rules to resolve years of bitterness and provide a better welcome for refugees fleeing the Middle East and Africa.
LOS ANGELES (ANN): An 89-year-old philanthropist and entrepreneur has finally achieved his goal of donating his $8 billion fortune before dying.
LONDON, Sept. 3 (Xinhua) -- As the British economy continues to take a hit from the impact of coronavirus, charities focused on homelessness and rough sleeping are urging the government to consider permanent laws to help people stay off the streets.
SEOUL (Reuters) - A combination of coronavirus border closures and an unprecedented pressure campaign by a South Korean government keen to engage with North Korea may destroy networks defectors have long used to start new lives, activist groups say.
YANGON (Reuters) - An ad showing a civet cat cowering in a cage being offered for sale on Facebook was just one of hundreds that the social media giant has removed in a crackdown on Southeast Asia's illegal wildlife trade during recent weeks.
YAYASAN Winner Emperor Sedunia has donated a brand new ambulance to Community Policing Malaysia to serve the poor community.
LAMPEDUSA, Italy (Reuters) - About 100 migrants who crossed the Mediterranean in small boats landed on the southern island of Lampedusa during the night, the latest in a wave of arrivals straining an already overcrowded holding centre.
PETALING JAYA: A businessman thought he was helping underprivileged orphans only to find out that he had been taken on a ride for three years.
LONDON (Reuters) - Shipping companies are still struggling to get hundreds of thousands of crew members back home after many months at sea despite pledges by countries to ease transit restrictions for seafarers, industry officials say.