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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has demanded the European Union give it more time to solve the post-Brexit Northern Irish border riddle, proposing to phase in checks on food from October, the BBC said on Monday, while Ireland said the deal needed to be made to work.
Asian stock markets were mixed Monday after Taiwan and Singapore tightened anti-coronavirus restrictions and Wall Street turned in its biggest weekly decline in three months.
Conspiracy theories, driven by the global health crisis, are taking root in Europe more than ever, drawing inspiration from the QAnon movement in the United States.
LIMA (Reuters) - Peru's socialist presidential candidate Pedro Castillo said on Sunday night he would raise taxes and royalties on Peru's key mining sector and renegotiate the tax contracts of large companies if elected to high office next month.
Canadian national Sayjel Patel and wife Joy have had to radically reassess their property needs in the wake of the work from home trend that has rapidly taken hold.
Economic performance, duration of lockdown crucial indicators, say experts
The following apps are ones parents should pay close attention to, as they can be potentially dangerous for their kids and teens.
China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that it does not employ trickery on social media.
Dial it up to 11 with iPhone's iOS 14.4, which enables users to raise the volume limit depending on what Bluetooth device they are listening on.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - The corner bars are jammed once again with rambunctious crowds in Brazil's largest cities, but health experts warn that the easing of COVID-19 restrictions is premature and will deepen the world's second deadliest pandemic.