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Star French chef comes up with ‘Covid-safe’ restaurant

French superchef Alain Ducasse is using a ventilation system similar to those in hospital operating theatres to reopen one of his Paris restaurants.Ducasse, whose...

Airlines improvise gradual liftoff as lockdowns ease

Cabin crews on standby with destinations revealed only hours before the flight, pilots put on simulators to keep up to date -- an airline...

A post-pandemic world: will populations be on the move?

Could the Covid-19 pandemic spell the end of globalisation and migration?Not according to new epidemic research published in Nature – Scientific Reports, by a group of...

EU likely to limit travel from outside Europe to July

The EU is not expected to open its borders to travellers from the rest of the world before July, officials said Friday after a...

South Korea court to rule on arrest warrant for Samsung heir

The heir to South Korea's Samsung empire appeared in court Monday as judges deliberate on whether to detain him over a controversial merger of...

Japanese April spending sees sharpest drop since 2001

Japan's household spending recorded its worst drop in nearly two decades in April, government data showed Friday, as the world's third-largest economy reels from...

Trump angers China by warning US may seek damages over virus

US President Donald Trump suggested he may seek damages from China over the coronavirus pandemic which began in the Chinese city of Wuhan and...

Asian markets mostly up as lockdowns eased but oil plunges again

Asian stocks mostly rose Tuesday as investors track government moves to ease lockdown measures around the world, helping extend the previous day's rally, but...

Seoul: North Korea’s Kim ‘alive and well’

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is "alive and well", a top security adviser to the South's President Moon Jae-in said, downplaying rumours over...

Virgin Australia collapses under coronavirus strain

Cash-strapped Virgin Australia collapsed Tuesday, making it the largest carrier yet to buckle under the strain of the coronavirus pandemic, which has ravaged the...

Covid-19: How Many People Will Die?

Though scientists are still scrambling to understand new coronavirus and its likely impact, experts are warning it could kill millions globally unless widespread and...

Wuhan Recovery Gives Rest Of World Hope: WHO

The World Health Organisation said that the original epicentre in China of the coronavirus outbreak at last reporting no new cases gave hope to...

As World Cowers, China Glimpses Coronavirus Aftermath

Restaurants are reopening, traffic and factories are stirring, and in one of the clearest signs yet that China is awakening from its coronavirus coma,...
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