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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican officials will install health checkpoints at various entry points along its northern border this weekend, as both Mexican and U.S. officials fear a surge of crossings for the July 4 holiday could spread the coronavirus.
HAVANA (Reuters) - The Cuban capital stirred to life on Friday after more than three months of lockdown but there were no signs of tourists on Havana's quiet streets while residents fretted over shortages of food and other basic goods.
MIRI: A long-tail macaque that got trapped in a building after wandering into a recreation centre near Miri city on Thursday (July 2) was safely rescued.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba said on Wednesday it will begin easing a pandemic lockdown on Havana on Friday, while most of the rest of the country will move to phase two of a three-phase process towards normalization.
WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday criticized President Donald Trump's handling of a reported Russian effort to pay the Taliban to kill American troops in Afghanistan, saying his actions were a "dereliction of duty."
(Reuters) - Black power, suffering and the fight for justice took center stage at the BET awards on Sunday, the first Black celebrity event in the United States since nationwide mass protests broke out this month over systemic racism.
KUCHING (Bernama): The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry (MOTAC) has estimated the losses suffered by tourism and culture industries in the country in the first half of this year to around RM45bil.
LANCASTER, Penn. (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Thursday condemned President Donald Trump for fighting to gut Obamacare, accusing the Republican of threatening healthcare protections for millions of Americans in the midst of a raging pandemic.
PASIR PUTEH: Members of the public, especially children, are banned from swimming and holding any type of activities at the Tok Bali Beach here, due to jellyfish presence in the area.
BRUSSELS/MADRID (Reuters) - European nations eased border controls on Monday as coronavirus cases declined after three months of lockdown, with Germans escaping to holiday destinations and French people streaming into Belgium to buy cheap cigarettes.