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DAKAR/YAOUNDE (Reuters) - On the morning of April 24, Fritz Takang became so breathless he could barely walk across the cramped cell he shared with 60 inmates at the main prison in Cameroon's capital, Yaounde.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The coronavirus crisis has prompted Japan to ease regulations on remote medical treatment, creating an opening for tech companies and offering a glimpse of the future of healthcare in the world's most rapidly ageing society.
(Reuters) - The United States reported more than 60,000 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, the biggest increase ever reported by a country in a single day, according to a Reuters tally.
(Reuters) - With COVID-19 cases on the rise in 42 states, federal health officials recommend that all Americans over the age of two wear cloth face coverings in public to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus.
(Reuters) - Global coronavirus cases exceeded 12 million on Wednesday, according to a Reuters tally, as evidence mounts of the airborne spread of the disease that has killed more than half a million people in seven months.
(Reuters) - Protests over the police killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade and other Black Americans have ignited a national conversation about the role of law enforcement in society. As part of our #AskReuters Twitter chat series, Reuters hosted a conversation with experts on race and policing in the United States.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court has cemented its reputation as a friend to Christian conservatives with a trio of rulings embracing religious exemptions to certain federal laws and paving the way for public money to go to religious schools.
KUALA LUMPUR: Cancer patients who have been impacted by hospital scheduling due to the Covid-19 pandemic are facing delays of up
SEREMBAN: Nilai Medical Centre has launched its NMCares Cancer Assistance Programme with an RM8mil allocation to alleviate the treatment costs of Malaysian patients from the low- and middle-income groups.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Residents of Moscow will be permitted to visit the theatre again from Aug. 1 for the first time in more than four months, authorities said on Wednesday as coronavirus infections in Russia edged past the 700,000 mark.