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A brokenhearted young man confides in Thelma that he chose this girl above all but his hope of having a loving relationship has shattered. She accepted his gifts but rejected him in the end.
(Reuters) - It starts as it has around the world with people leaning out of windows and standing on balconies clapping, cheering and banging pots and pans to honor essential workers still operating during the coronavirus pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR: Power giant Tenaga Nasional weighed on the FBM KLCI early Friday, as investor mood in key Asian markets were subdued due to the inability to find a vaccine for the Covid-19 pandemic.
WASHINGTON: Asia equities face a bumpy session on Friday after Wall Street pared early gains as optimism over a rebound in oil prices and prospects for further government stimulus were offset by stark economic data showing the toll of the coronavirus pandemic.
Screaming is one way of letting your stress and anxiety out, as is focusing on your breathing, and strangely enough, saying your name out loud.
WASHINGTON: A stunning 26.5 million Americans have sought unemployment benefits since mid-March, confirming that all the jobs gained during the longest employment boom in U.S. history have been wiped out as the novel coronavirus savages the economy.
NEW YORK: Oil soared on Thursday, extending its rebound after major oil-producing nations said they would accelerate planned production cuts to combat the dramatic slump in demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic
NEW YORK: Most major stock markets edged up slightly in mixed markets on Thursday as investors weighed a rebound in oil prices and prospects for further government stimulus against stark economic data showing the toll of the coronavirus pandemic
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved a $484 billion coronavirus relief bill on Thursday, funding small businesses and hospitals and pushing the total spending response to the crisis to an unprecedented near $3 trillion.
(Reuters) - The tennis season stalled by the COVID-19 pandemic should only resume next March and tournaments that have already been completed this year should not be played in the 2021 season, Australian Open quarter-finalist Ons Jabeur said.