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PETALING JAYA: They’re on the wish list of many Malaysians these days.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Some private jet companies have seen a rise in demand from wealthy Russians who want to spend time in the West during the coronavirus crisis but who were unable to take commercial flights amid tight restrictions by airlines and governments.
PETALING JAYA: Families are keeping the festive mood alive despite Hari Raya Aidilfitri this year being subdued by Covid-19 and restricted social movements.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Valnir da Silva died on the streets of a poor Rio de Janeiro neighborhood on Saturday. His body lay on the sidewalk for 30 hours, according to relatives and neighbors.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australians in the country's most populous state will be able to vacation within its borders next month, when art galleries and museums will also reopen, as officials seek to boost an economy hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
LA BAULE-ESCOUBLAC, France, (Reuters) - The sweeping Atlantic bay in La Baule-Escoublac should be filling up with holidaymakers taking advantage of a series of long weekends in May. Instead the only activity is a bulldozer and excavator reshaping the shoreline.
WUHAN (China Daily/ANN): Twenty-two major tourist attractions that reopened in Hubei province, the hardest hit region by the Covid-19 contagion in China, had received 520,400 visitors from Friday to Sunday (May 1-3), as people enjoy their first public holiday since the regional lockdown was lifted.
SEOUL/JEJU (Reuters): At a glitzy Chanel boutique in downtown Seoul, Kim Soo-yeon joined dozens of others in festive shorts and flare dresses, her eyes out for a clutch purse she had coveted for weeks during the coronavirus pandemic.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore's tightened circuit breaker measures will remain in place for another week, with businesses like barbers, home-based bakers and laundry services allowed to resume operating on May 12. Some measures will also be adjusted next week.
Singapore’s tightened circuit breaker measures will remain in place for another week, with businesses like barbers, home-based bakers and laundry services allowed to resume operating on May 12. Some measures will also be adjusted next week.