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LISBON (Reuters) - Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa said on Wednesday that the country may be facing "one, two, three months" of restrictions on movement of people, as the number those who have died from the coronavirus nears 200.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - In February, an Iraqi militia commander trained by Iran took over the empty office of his slain superior, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, killed weeks before alongside Iranian military mastermind Qassem Soleimani in a U.S. drone strike.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur's decision to impose a 20% wage reduction on 550 non-playing staff due to the impact of the coronavirus has prompted increased pressure on Premier League players to take a pay cut or a deferral of wages.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN): Nearly half of Koreans working at US military camps here went on indefinite, unpaid leave Wednesday (April 1), taken hostage by drawn-out negotiations between South Korea and the United States on how to share costs for the upkeep of 28,500 American troops.
From NICOLE WONG SIEW TING, MCA Youth national chairperson
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN): The Philippines’ top three airlines are seeking a financial lifeline from the Duterte administration as the new coronavirus disease (Covid-19) deals an “existential threat” to the domestic aviation sector — mirroring the crisis facing the industry globally.
TOKYO: Factory activity contracted sharply across most of Asia in March as the coronavirus pandemic paralyzed economic activity across the globe, with sharp falls in export power-houses Japan and South Korea overshadowing a modest improvement in China.
(Reuters) - Welsh Rugby Union chief executive Martyn Phillips and head coach Wayne Pivac will both take a 25% pay cut as part of efforts to tackle the financial impact from the coronavirus pandemic, the WRU has said.
Coronavirus self-isolation is fostering a growing dependency on Amazon.com Inc. But it’s also refocusing attention on the human cost of having the entire stock of the "Everything Store” merely a click and a day away from your front doorstep.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - As the outlook for Mexico's economy gets gloomier during the coronavirus crisis, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has driven home the message that his government is ready to help the poor to weather the storm - but that the rich can forget it.