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BEIJING/HONG KONG/PARIS/TOKYO: Nearly six out of every 10 people around the world are currently forced or urged to stay at home to help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 (coronavirus), according to an AFP count on Saturday morning (April 18).
SEOUL: South Korea has reported 18 new cases of the Covid-19 (coronavirus), its lowest daily jump since Feb 20, continuing a downward trend as officials discuss more sustainable forms of social distancing that allows for some communal and economic activity.
PYONGYANG: North Korea sharply stepped up trade in coal and oil products last year in defiance of UN sanctions through the apparent help of China's shipping industry, a UN panel said on Saturday (Apr 18).
KUANTAN: The Russian Embassy has expressed its gratitude to the Temerloh police for assisting a stranded Russian backpacker.
NEW YORK: Oil prices were mixed on Friday, with weak Chinese economic figures and rapidly filling U.S. crude storage offsetting bullishness built on U.S. President Donald Trump's outlines for the U.S. economy to emerge from the coronavirus shutdown.
(Reuters) - NASA on Friday set a launch date of May 27 for its first astronaut mission from U.S. soil in nearly ten years.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo agreed on a call on Friday to continue coordinating efforts to overcome the crisis in oil markets and the challenges posed by the new coronavirus, a statement said.
MOSCOW/OSLO (Reuters) - Russia on Friday accused Norway's coastguards of detaining a Russian fishing trawler near a remote chain of islands in the Arctic earlier this month and said it had filed a protest to Oslo over the incident.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The novel coronavirus has penetrated more deeply into Moscow's population than official data show, private testing results among people without symptoms suggest.
DENVER (Reuters) - Schlumberger NV, the top oilfield services firm, said on Friday first-quarter earnings swung to a loss on US$8.5 billion in asset writedowns, as customers accelerated spending cuts amid the continuing decline in oil prices.