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BALI, Indonesia (Reuters) - Just weeks ago, some visitors were complaining that Bali's famous sand and surf spot of Kuta Beach was way too busy.
(Reuters) - A handful of holdout U.S. churches plan to hold in-person services on Easter Sunday, saying their right to worship in person outweighs public health officials' warnings against holding large gatherings during the coronavirus outbreak.
Scenes of smalltown Malaysia come to live in a new Vans collection, featuring hand-painted artwork by Kide Baharudin.
KINSHASA/NAIROBI (Reuters) - Days after Congo announced emergency restrictions to curb the new coronavirus, a police video started circulating online showing an officer in the capital beating a taxi driver for violating a one-passenger limit.
(Reuters) - When Indonesian doctor Ratih Purwarini was buried at dusk in a Jakarta cemetery, only her son Firos saw her plastic-wrapped coffin used for coronavirus victims lowered into the grave.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Americans must resist the impulse to ease social-separation measures at the first glimpse of progress now being seen in the coronavirus battle, state government and public health leaders warned on Thursday, as the U.S. death toll surpassed 16,500.
Thailand’s ubiquitous tuk-tuk is getting a cutting-edge makeover to help carry the local auto industry into the future.
The voice assistant introduced to India in 2017 gets a major local makeover for one of the largest retail markets.
LONDON (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's ability to avert a global oil supply crunch will only become clear in a few weeks, because for now its crude held in storage can fill the gap and mask the scale of damage to its facilities, traders and analysts say.
TOKYO (Reuters) - South Africa fullback Willie le Roux says 'x-factor' players could hold the key to success when two of the best defences in the Rugby World Cup clash as New Zealand and South Africa meet in Pool B in Yokohama on Saturday.