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WASHINGTON: U.S Secretary of State Mike Pompeo held out the possibility on Tuesday that the United States may consider easing sanctions on Iran and other nations to help fight the coronavirus epidemic but gave no concrete sign it plans to do so.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S Secretary of State Mike Pompeo held out the possibility on Tuesday that the United States may consider easing sanctions on Iran and other nations to help fight the coronavirus epidemic but gave no concrete sign it plans to do so.
There are no atheists in foxholes, and no tech regulators in a coronavirus lockdown.
The coronavirus, in forcing a swath of humanity to shelter in place for weeks on end, may very well accelerate digital sequestration and seal us more deeply in the glow of our screen-enabled confines.
AN eerie depiction of baby coronaviruses gleefully on a world tour bus “Corona Express” which is speeding downhill, points to the rapid destruction caused by this pandemic.
Having our normal daily lives upended by the coronavirus has heightened the demand for entertainment — and not just Netflix.
All upheavals leave their marks. Some fade away, some linger. Following the Black Death, the plague that’s believed to have killed 60% of Europe’s population in the second half of the 14th century, the realisation that life is short, played a big role in shaping interest rates in late medieval Europe, stretching all the way to the Enlightenment.
The columnist recalls being stuck at sea in the Southern Atlantic Ocean as surrounding nations close their borders.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - A doctor working with the largest tribe in the Amazon has tested positive for the coronavirus, Brazil's Health Ministry said on Friday, ringing alarm bells that the epidemic could spread to vulnerable and remote indigenous communities with devastating effect.
FACED with an industry heading toward a wave of bankruptcies, an investor’s first instinct is often turning to the first three pages of the financial statements.