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Pelosi says Trump ‘messing with’ children’s health on school reopenings

by on July 13, 2020 0
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused President Donald Trump of “messing with” children’s health on Sunday and said federal guidelines on reopening schools amid the coronavirus outbreak should be mandatory. The Democratic House of Representatives leader sharply criticized the Trump administration for advocating a return to school in the fall as coronavirus infections surge across... Read More

Russia to reopen its embassy in Libya, says FM Lavrov

by on July 3, 2020 0
Embassy head will temporarily be based in Tunisia, Interfax news agency cited Lavrov as saying ahead of Saleh meeting. Russia has decided to reopen its embassy in Libya although its head will temporarily be based in neighbouring Tunisia, Interfax news agency cited Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov as saying. Russia evacuated its diplomats... Read More

Indonesia surpasses 50,000 virus cases as business resumes

by on June 25, 2020 0
The number of coronavirus cases in Indonesia surpassed 50,000 on Thursday, an increase that is worrying experts at a time when the government is allowing businesses to reopen amid increasing economic pressure. The surging cases in the world’s fourth-most populous country align with its increasing testing capacity, which has averaged close to the government’s... Read More

Hong Kong Disneyland to Reopen This Week With New Coronavirus Precautions in Place

by on June 15, 2020 0
Social distancing, advanced reservations and face masks will mark Hong Kong Disneyland’s grand reopening on June 18. After a five-month closure due to the coronavirus, Hong Kong Disneyland will become the second Disney theme park in the world to reopen. Similar to the new health procedures implemented at the Shanghai theme park, Hong Kong Disneyland... Read More

South African places of worship to reopen from June

by on May 27, 2020 0
South Africa’s churches and other places of worship can reopen their doors from June, but will be limited to 50 people, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Tuesday as coronavirus lockdown rules are further eased. Africa’s most industrialised economy has been largely shut since late March, when the government enforced restrictions to stem the spread... Read More
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