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TOKYO, July 4 (Reuters): Japan is sending thousands of troops to join rescue operations on the southern island of Kyushu, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Saturday, as three people were reported badly injured and eight missing in unprecedented torrential rains.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike on Saturday urged residents of the Japanese capital not to travel beyond its borders as new coronavirus infections topped 100 for a third day, public broadcaster NHK reported.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan will not reintroduce a state of emergency to tackle the novel coronavirus, a government spokesman said on Friday, as cases in Tokyo rose to a two-month high driven by the spread of the virus in the capital's night spots.
(Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said on Wednesday that his party has assembled a group of 600 lawyers and thousands of other people to prepare for possible "chicanery" ahead of November's election.
The US$1 trillion pile of cash that investors amassed amid the pandemic-fuelled market turmoil may determine the length of the risk rally.
The T-Mobile US Inc network went down for about 13 hours beginning Monday afternoon, and it wasn’t until almost a full day later that the company explained why.
IT’S hard to find an investor who hadn’t already assumed some form of second wave of Covid-19 when economies reopen, so why did stock markets panic at the hint of a relapse last week?
AMMAN (Reuters) - The toughest U.S. sanctions yet on Syria take effect this week, increasing the pressure on President Bashar al-Assad as he grapples with a deepening economic crisis after a decade of war.
DETROIT: American auto demand is coming back faster than expected and quickly clearing trucks from dealer lots, spurring Ford Motor Co to crank up production of its highly profitable F-150 pickup in Michigan this week.
HONG KONG (AFP): The easing of lockdowns around the world and signs that economies are slowly recovering provided further impetus for Asian stocks Tuesday (June 2), though traders remain on edge over China-US tensions and growing unrest across several large American cities.