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HONG KONG: Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced the postponement of the Legislative Council election by one year because of a recent spike in coronavirus cases.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Berlin's bondage studios and erotic massage parlours can reopen for business, after a court decided that appending them to a blanket closure of brothels to help contain the coronavirus pandemic was discriminatory.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Doctors in Bogota are calling for a return to a strict city-wide quarantine to slow coronavirus infections in Colombia's capital, warning that medical services are close to collapsing, a leading medic said on Thursday.
SINGAPORE: Singapore home prices fell the most in three years in the second quarter as a city-wide shutdown to contain the coronavirus put the brakes on the property market.
As the pandemic lockdown eases in Dubai, its world-class tourism industry is charting a gradual comeback – but the new normal has taken a toll on the city’s “wow” factor.
HONG KONG (Reuters): Pro-democracy labour unions and a student group in Hong Kong failed to garner enough support to hold strikes against looming national security legislation imposed by Beijing, in a blow for the Chinese-ruled city's protest movement.
BEIJING (AFP): China reported 57 new cases of the coronavirus on Sunday (June 14), the highest daily figure since April, as concerns grow about a resurgence of the disease. A new outbreak has been linked to a meat and vegetable market in south Beijing.
BEIJING: A total of 46 people have tested positive in throat swab Covid-19 (coronavirus) tests in Beijing, after authorities conducted city-wide nucleic acid tests in wholesale markets of farm produce and large-scale supermarkets on Friday, authorities said Saturday (June 13).
HONG KONG (AFP): Hong Kong on Tuesday (June 9) marked a year since pro-democracy protests erupted, as mass arrests, Covid-19 (coronavirus) bans on gatherings and a looming national security law kept a lid on any return to city-wide unrest.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he did not ask for protesters to be moved before he walked to a partially burned historic church near the White House to pose for photographs with a Bible and top aides.