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A stroll through the historical city of Pompeii during the pandemic.
They were omnipresent on the streets of New York day and night, as emblematic of the Big Apple as the Empire State Building or Yankees caps. But the pandemic has made yellow taxis scarce and facing an uncertain future.
Malaysia's robust private medical sector is testament to the fact that many local doctors prefer private practice, but when is the right time to make that leap?
In conjunction with International Women’s Day, our columnist takes a look at the mental health challenges females face.
The 29-year-old founder of a crypto firm duped investors with celebrity endorsements and other false claims.
OTSUCHI, Japan (Reuters) - In a garden on a hill, under the wide boughs of a cherry tree, a white phone booth glistens in the early spring light.
Doing these activities ensures that your children get the sleep that they need.
WASHINGTON: U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Thursday repeated his pledge to keep credit loose and flowing until Americans are back to work, rebutting investors who have openly doubted he can stick to that promise once the pandemic passes and the economy surges on its own.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Border Patrol agents caught more than 4,500 migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border on Wednesday, according to government figures shared with Reuters, a big single-day tally that comes amid growing fears that illegal entries could soar in the coming weeks.
GENEVA (Reuters) - A decade after Syria's conflict began, families struggle more than ever to buy food while ambulances lack fuel to bring wounded and COVID-19 patients to hospital, Red Cross and Red Crescent officials said on Thursday.