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BEIRUT (Reuters) - At a street market in southern Beirut, Lebanese crowd around volunteers handing out free rations of bread and pasta, staples that have become a lifeline to families whose living standards have plunged during a financial crisis.
MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - Protesters clashed with riot police firing tear gas for a second night in Minneapolis on Wednesday in an outpouring of rage over the death of a black man seen in a widely circulated video gasping for breath as a white officer knelt on his neck.
ABUJA/LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigeria's film industry is creeping back to work after lockdown, and one of the first productions to resume is a new television series about a highly infectious disease that has ravaged the world.
SÃO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - In mid-March, Brazil took what seemed to be a forceful early strike against the coronavirus pandemic.
HONG KONG: The rich Chinese home buyers are back. Across China and in some of their familiar hunting grounds in Asia, wealthy buyers are snapping up luxury housing, in many cases to guard their wealth against anticipated inflation and a weakening yuan
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's prime minister stressed the need to create jobs as a way to minimise government welfare spending, while the country's second-most populous state Victoria set out measures to resume tourism to regions ravaged by bushfires and virus-linked curbs.
NEW YORK/SINGAPORE: The more than a century old car rental firm Hertz Global Holdings Inc filed for bankruptcy protection on Saturday (May 23) after its business was decimated during the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and talks with creditors failed to result in much needed relief.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Temitope can't find work in Lebanon since the Nigerian domestic worker escaped her employer's house last month.
(Reuters) - Becoming a nurse in 2018 was a dream come true for William Coddington.
TOKYO (AP): Asian shares were mixed Wednesday (May 20) as market players waffled between hopes for recovery as economies gradually reopen and worries over the havoc wreaked by the pandemic.