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Timelapse shows Western Australia dust storm blowing towards the sea

An Australian filmmaker captured slow motion and timelapse videos of a dust storm on Sunday (May 24), as Western Australia braced for some of its worst weather in a decade. Chris Lewis, who resides in Geraldton, in...

Dancing with disinfectant: Shanghai’s nightclubs come to life as virus concerns ease

Nightclubs in most of China have mostly come back to life as owners and patrons grow confident that the country has put the coronavirus epidemic under control, but disinfectant, disposable cups and masks have become part of the experience.

Your bubble is ready: plastic pods offer solution for COVID dining in France

For restaurateurs worrying how they can welcome back customers but keep them safe from COVID-19, a French designer has a solution: an oversized lampshade made of transparent plastic that encases a customer's head as they eat. The cylindrical...

Emirates plans to cut about 30,000 jobs amid virus outbreak – Bloomberg News

Emirates Group is planning to cut about 30,000 jobs to reduce costs amid the coronavirus outbreak, which will bring down its number of employees by about 30% from more than 105,000 at the end of March, Bloomberg...

Packed bar in Wisconsin after court strikes down state’s COVID-19 stay-at-home order

Residents rushed to a local bar in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Wednesday night (May 13) shortly after the state's Supreme Court invalidated Wisconsin's stay-at-home orders. Most customers were not seen wearing masks or maintainig social distancing guidelines that recommend individuals stay six feet (1.8 meters) apart from each other. The risk of contracting...

COVID-19-safe pop-up restaurant opens in meadow with one chair, one table

A Swedish couple has opened a "COVID-19-safe" restaurant in a meadow with one chair and one table and on Sunday (May 10) the "Table for One" pop-up restaurant welcomed its first guest.

Superheroes to the rescue in Indonesia’s war against coronavirus

Spraying disinfectant and beating slit drums, a group of superheroes recently descended upon a village in Indonesia's Sukoharjo to warn people about the danger of the new coronavirus and teach them tricks to combat it.

Coronavirus takes the shine off Pakistan’s TV game shows during Ramadan

One of Pakistan's most popular Ramadan television game show hosts, Aamir Liaquat Hussain, anchors a programme that airs live daily -- giving away gold bars, new cars and even an orphaned baby, to large number of audiences...

Do you wanna go to Hallstatt? ‘Frozen’ village deserted as coronavirus restrictions bite

A tiny Austrian lakeside village so picturesque it had to limit throngs of tourists is now longing for visitors to return to its empty lanes. Hallstatt, population 780,...

Robot in Singapore tells joggers to stay home

Joggers running on public paths in Singapore on Monday (April 27) were encouraged to practice social distancing by a vigilant robot that warned them to "stay safe, stay home."

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‘No time for tweets’ – Biden on George Floyd death

Former Vice President and the presumptive Democrat presidential candidate, Joe Biden, on Friday (May 29) blasted a...

New York City on track to reopen on June 8, five upstate regions ready to enter phase two -Cuomo

New York City is 'on track' to enter phase one of reopening on June 8, New York Governor Cuomo said on Friday...

World’s oldest man dies aged 112

The world's oldest man has died aged 112, British media reports. According to the BBC, Bob Weighton, from Alton,...

Man on a roof vs SWAT units

HOUSTON - Houston Police were dispatched out to 100 block of Seven Oaks regarding a disturbance of a man throwing rocks and...

Constable Deputy dies after being shot by a Fort Bend Sheriff

HOUSTON - A deputy constable has died after a Fort Bend County sheriff mistakenly shot him in Missouri City early Friday morning.