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JUST a few weeks ago, much of the world seemed poised to leave Covid-19 behind.
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Indonesia's Health Ministry reported on Saturday that the coronavirus cases across the archipelago rose by 45,416 within the past 24 hours to 3,127,826 with the death toll adding by 1,415 to 82,013.
The writer knew very little about his grandfather but would later learn about his military career and accomplishments.
(Reuters) - Soccer clubs should interact with fans to educate them about racism, former France defender Patrice Evra said, after Black players in the England team were subjected to online racist abuse after their Euro 2020 final loss.
ATHENS (Reuters) - The Milwaukee Bucks won their first NBA championship in 50 years on Tuesday and a nation is cheering their success.
(Reuters) - American billionaire businessman Jeff Bezos said on Monday he is excited and curious but not very nervous on the eve of taking part in his company Blue Origin's inaugural suborbital flight alongside the oldest and youngest people ever bound for space.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Monday (July 19)
(Reuters) - "Cuba Libre" was painted in giant block letters on the street directly in front of the Cuban embassy in Washington on Friday following unprecedented protests on the Communist-led island last weekend.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Fair elections in Haiti cannot be held for at least a year after the assassination of President Jovenel Moise due to the influence of violent gangs and a compromised electoral council, a senior opposition leader said in an interview.