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AMMAN (Reuters) - Jordan will suspend schools for two weeks from Thursday and close places of worship, restaurants and public markets as part of renewed restrictions after a record spike in coronavirus cases in the last few days.
ROME (Reuters) - After a six-month shutdown, the longest in Europe, Italy reopened most of its schools on Monday, testing the organisational skills of the government, the nerves of teachers and the self-control of excited students.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar has committed to ending a months-long blockade of oil facilities, the U.S. embassy in the country said in a statement on Saturday, but oil ports and fields remained shut.
MADRID (Reuters) - Authorities in Spain's Basque Country region said on Thursday they had shut down a primary school after several teachers tested positive for COVID-19, the first to be closed entirely in the week classrooms reopened across the country.
MWEA, Kenya (Reuters) - Rows of spinach sprout in the sports field where the students of Roka Preparatory school once played football, and clucking chickens fluff their feathers in sawdust-covered classrooms where children once sweated over their exams.
(Reuters) - Myanmar police detained three students after breaking up an anti-government demonstration in the restive Rakhine state on Wednesday, a student group and a human rights body said on Thursday.
OSAKA, Japan (Reuters) - Stuck at home for weeks while Japan was under a state of emergency due to the coronavirus, renowned Japanese Bunraku puppet master Kanjuro Kiritake, all his performances cancelled for months, was stricken with deep anxiety.
BERLIN, Sept. 8 (Xinhua) -- Restaurants and hotels in Germany recorded sales losses of 17.6 billion euros (20.8 billion U.S. dollars) between March and June, the German Hotel and Restaurant Association (DEHOGA) announced on Tuesday.
PETALING JAYA: Come down hard on errant enforcement officers and agencies who are equally responsible for causing taps to run dry in parts of the Klang Valley recently, says Parti Rakyat Malaysia (PRM).
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Doctors at one of the largest private COVID-19 facilities in the Indian capital say they are exhausted and facing staff shortages after nearly six months of relentless work.