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MANILA (Reuters) - Thousands of jeepneys, flamboyantly decorated jeeps that serve as cheap public transport across the Philippines, were back on the streets of Manila on Friday, bringing relief to companies and commuters who have struggled with coronavirus curbs.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Keen for the big screen but wary of the coronavirus, Thai film fans flocked to a new drive-in cinema on Thursday, which offered a novel cooling system to help combat the discomfort of being confined to cars on a hot and stuffy night.
PERUWELZ, Belgium (Reuters) - Residents of a Belgian retirement home are able to soothe the pain of social distancing measures imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic by embracing their loved ones through a 'hug curtain'.
KOTA KINABALU: A drug runner, who was paid RM20 per run, has been arrested.
YOKOHAMA (Reuters) - Doctors in white coats and blue scrubs sat around a conference room table in June, looking up at a colourful slide projected on the wall.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece has drafted a bill banning the use of a range of single-use plastics, from takeaway coffee cups to cotton buds, ahead of an EU deadline in 2021, the government said on Tuesday.
PETALING JAYA: A doctor and pharmacist have been arrested, after police found ganja in the car they were travelling in.
MANILA (Reuters) - After taking a job in a hospital's COVID-19 emergency room, Philippine doctor Jan Claire Dorado planned to move out of the family home to protect relatives from the risk of infection.
PEKAN (Bernama): Corporal Muhamad Muhaidin Haripen on Tuesday (June 30) created history when he became the first person to vote under the new normal for elections in the country.