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(Reuters) - The ball moved enough in last week's Southampton test between England and West Indies to erase any lingering doubt about swing bowling under cricket's COVID-19 protocols, manufacturer of the Dukes ball told Reuters.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Some 160,000 people in the Spanish region of Catalonia went back into confinement on Wednesday as authorities scrambled to control a fresh surge of coronavirus infections in the area, just weeks after a nationwide lockdown was lifted.
What happens when autonomous cars, robotic surgeons and thinking industrial machines make deadly mistakes?
Healthcare professionals often risk their health and sacrifice quality of life in the line of duty – more so during times of infectious epidemics like the current coronavirus outbreak.
Crushing on a co-worker is normal, say experts. Sometimes, however, a crush isn’t healthy and needs to be dealt with.
As the ice melts away in the polar regions of the world, many of us are more concerned about the cubes melting in our cold drinks instead.
There are many considerations when it comes to buying a bed for your child, especially safety.
Pop art alert! Croatian designer has launched his own 'cheerful' collection of virus masks.
As South Korea's coronavirus cases leapt above 5,000 this week, mask-wearing workers at a logistics centre run by e-commerce firm Coupang Corp raced to disinfect trucks and load thousands of boxes of microwavable rice, disposable diapers and kitchen towels.
PETALING JAYA: A parishioner from a Catholic church has tested positive for Covid-19, says the Chancery of the Catholic Metropolitan Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur.