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Trump administration announces ban on TikTok and WeChat from Sunday – US politics live

September 18, 2020

Amid tributes to the late supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, former president adds weight to calls for vacancy to remain until after November election Ruth Bader Ginsburg, supreme court justice, dies aged 87 Ginsburg changed America long before she joined the supreme court Q&A: what does Ginsburg’s death mean for the supreme court? Sign…

UK coronavirus live: Boris Johnson says 'second wave coming in' and warns measures may be intensified

September 18, 2020

PM warns it is ‘inevitable’ coronavirus will hit UK again; R number increases to between 1.1 and 1.4; 4,322 new cases recorded. This live blog is now closed: please follow the global coronavirus live blog for updates UK entering second wave of coronavirus, Boris Johnson warns Stricter restrictions imposed in Lancashire, Merseyside and Warrington Test…

Coronavirus Australia live update: NSW, WA and Queensland agree to raise caps on international arrivals

September 18, 2020

NSW, WA and Qld to raise cap on international arrivals; Victoria reports 45 new cases and five deaths and NSW reports six cases; Queensland to reopen ACT border from 25 September. This blog is now closed Follow our global coronavirus live blog Flight caps fight looms at national cabinet as Morrison pledges pandemic health funding…

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COVID-19 Pandemic Has The Markets in Turmoil – But What Stocks Are Performing Better Than Ever?

April 13, 2020

As the novel coronavirus pandemic sweeps through the planet, every industry, business, and individual of the world got affected by the lethal virus. The first quarter of 2020 has seen an uproar in the financial markets across the world. But some global stocks grew erratically, creating a time-tested opportunity for traders and investors. Amongst the…

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How the USA Is Handling The COVID-19 Outbreak and Its Impact

March 27, 2020

The US Administration has been judged in delaying its reaction to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. According to the latest figures collated by Johns Hopkins University, USA has more confirmed cases than any other country; more than 85,000 have been infected by the virus. The president believes that the latest figures are related to the extensive…

U.S. Senate passes $2 trillion bill for 'strange and evil' coronavirus crisis

March 26, 2020

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Senate on Wednesday unanimously backed a $2 trillion bill aimed at helping unemployed workers and industries hurt by the coronavirus epidemic, as well as providing billions of dollars to buy urgently needed medical equipment. After bitter negotiations, the deeply divided Senate came together and passed the bill by a 96-0…

The Sultan's Trail was good practice for lockdown | Adrian Chiles

March 26, 2020

Opinion Religion Why a pilgrimage was good practice for lockdown Adrian Chiles My experience on the Sultan’s trail found that two Christians, two Muslims, a Jew and two atheists could live peaceably together, although the mountain scenery seems a lifetime away now Courtesy of the Reuters Markets

Spain extends state of emergency until April 12 as coronavirus crisis worsens

March 26, 2020

MADRID (Reuters) – Spain extended its coronavirus lockdown on Thursday and said it was fighting a “real war” over medical supplies to contain the world’s second-highest virus death toll, turning to China for many critical products, where officials reported fraud and massive price increases. A further 655 people died overnight, pushing Spain’s toll from the…

Asian tiger sends virus economic impact signal

March 26, 2020

The world has been given an indication of the economic impact of coronavirus as Singapore released its initial growth figures for this quarter. The trade-reliant city state now looks to be heading for its first full-year recession in about two decades. The figures suggest that the global economy is also set for a sharp contraction.…

Great Barrier Reef suffers third mass bleaching in five years

March 26, 2020

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef has suffered another mass bleaching event – the third in just five years. Warmer sea temperatures – particularly in February – are feared to have caused huge coral loss across the world’s largest reef system. Scientists say they have detected widespread bleaching, including extensive patches of severe damage. But they have…