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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said that final rules announced in December took effect on Wednesday allowing for small drones to fly over people and at night, a significant step toward their eventual use for widespread commercial deliveries.
(Reuters) -Epic Games Chief Executive Tim Sweeney will attend a weeks-long antitrust trial against Apple Inc, while the iPhone maker's App Store chief Phil Schiller will be present, attorneys for each of the companies said on Wednesday.
ZURICH (Reuters) - European regulators said the benefits of using Johnson & Johnson's and AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccines outweigh risks, even as they added warning labels to both shots for extremely rare but potentially fatal blood clotting.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Last April, at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen added Europe to a global effort to ensure equitable access to a vaccine, which she said would be deployed "to every single corner of the world."
Swiss fragrance producer Givaudan said it would produce 60 tonnes of hand sanitiser to meet chronic shortages of the product needed to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Perched over the gaping roof of Notre Dame, a crane stands idle above the silent Paris cathedral, where repair work has ground to a halt one year after the monstrous blaze that nearly destroyed one of the world's most revered monuments.
Last August, police in Australia’s Victoria province arrested six young men competing in the popular online video game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, this has become an era of Zoom birthdays, virtual happy hours, FaceTime story times and Google yoga classes. Our friends, coworkers, teachers – and doctors, if we're lucky – now largely exist as faces in rectangles on our phones and computer screens.
Some international travellers caught by the movement control order (MCO) while on holiday in Malaysia are staying put instead of returning home.
(Reuters) - In the race to develop a vaccine to end the COVID-19 pandemic, governments, charities and Big Pharma firms are sinking billions of dollars into bets with extraordinarily low odds of success.