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MANILA (AFP): Manila emerged on Monday (June 1) from one of the world's longest coronavirus lockdowns as the Philippines seeks to repair its badly damaged economy even as the number of new infections surges. Streets in the capital were choked with traffic and limited public transport resumed as commuters flooded back to work.
This condition that causes a non-specific pain in the groin, along with other symptoms, can be difficult to diagnose.
US singles are turning to video dating in a big way during the coronavirus pandemic. And geography is no longer a barrier
Chicagoan Rachael Jimenez has gone on first dates without ever leaving her couch.
I TAKE off from when I last discussed negative interest rates (NIRs) in my Sept 28,2019 column: “Getting to Grips with the World of Negative Rates.”
YANGON: About one million people may lose their jobs in Myanmar’s fisheries industry, with almost all exports ceasing since February as the spread of Covid-19 prompted major buyers, led by China and the United States, to halt orders.
It was a momentous week for social media. After years of trying to have it both ways, Twitter – one of the industry’s major platforms – moved to hold US President Donald Trump accountable for the content in his posts under the same rules it applies to the general public.
PHNOM PENH: More than 600 factory workers in the capital’s Chaom Chao commune in Por Sen Chey district returned to work on Sunday (May 30) after the factory’s owner promised to pay their salaries in instalments until the middle of next month.
JOHOR BARU: Local English Premier League fans are looking forward to seeing the action-packed competition resume on June 17 after a three-month shutdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
ANXIETIES are growing in South Korea that it will be caught in the middle of tensions between the world’s two most powerful countries, as Seoul comes under pressure from Washington to join US-led attempts to sideline China.