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Jul 08, 2020
MELBOURNE — Shoppers in Australia’s second-biggest city stripped supermarket shelves on Wednesday as millions in Melbourne prepared for a return to virus lockdown, with warnings the new restrictions could prompt a mental health crisis.Five million residents were ordered back into a six-week lockdown beginning midnight Wednesday into Thursday as soa ...
Jul 08, 2020
KURUME — Torrential rain pounded central Japan Wednesday as authorities said 61 peopl ...
Jul 08, 2020
TSUNAGI, Japan — Japan will deploy more troops to search for survivors of devastating ...
Jul 07, 2020
WASHINGTON — More than 1,000 US religious leaders urged President Donald Trump on Tuesday to abandon plans to resume federal executions afte ...
Jul 07, 2020
RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil may be struggling in its battle against the coronavirus, but it is on the cutting edge of vaccine development with l ...
Jul 06, 2020
KUMAMOTO, Japan — Torrential rain hampered the efforts of tens of thousands of rescue workers in southwestern Japan Monday as they hunted fo ...
Jul 06, 2020
LONDON — The British government on Monday announced a nearly $2 billion package to help theatres, museums, heritage sites and live music ven ...
Jul 06, 2020
ZAGREB — Croatia's conservatives scored a reelection victory in a parliamentary vote on Sunday, official results showed, putting them in a s ...
Jul 05, 2020
WASHINGTON — A surge in coronavirus cases sapped the fun out of July 4 celebrations in the United States as the pandemic also accelerated th ...
Jul 05, 2020
TOKYO — About 34 people are either confirmed or feared dead — including 14 at a nursing home — after torrential rain in Japan triggered mass ...
Jul 05, 2020
ABROAD THE OCEAN VIKING IN THE MEDITERRANEAN — Italy on Sunday authorised charity vessel Ocean Viking to transfer 180 migrants rescued in th ...
Jul 04, 2020
BARCELONA — Spain put 200,000 people back in lockdown on Saturday despite a stuttering European reopening as Americans scaled back July 4 ce ...
Jul 04, 2020
LONDON — A British royal historian who said slavery was not genocide has quit his honourary position at Cambridge University and been droppe ...

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