· Backlash against Trump exiting WHO as world virus cases top six million →
A world away, the famed Chenonceau chateau opened in France’s Loire Valley ahead of Parisians being allowed to travel beyond 100 kilometres from home on Tuesday, when the country will further ease measures.
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The reshuffle will also show how the direct disruption from lockdowns has rippled out to companies beyond.
· No Brexit trade deal unless UK keeps promises, warns Barnier →
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· Experts raise concerns about damage to Malaysian childrens’ mental health, formative learning with extended school closures due to Covid-19 →
Chiam, who is also a social psychologist, said children could develop aggressive and delinquent traits if they are prevented from opportunities to interact socially with their peers during the MCO and beyond.
· Kylie Jenner, Forbes spar over story on billionaire status →
She later tweeted, “but okay, i am blessed beyond my years, i have a beautiful daughter, and a successful business and i’m doing perfectly fine.
· Iran's mosques to resume daily prayers as lockdown eases →
Rouhani also said on state television that shopping malls would be able to stay open beyond the 6pm (13:30 GMT) closing time imposed as part of the lockdown, a further step in the government's plans to steadily ease the curbs.
· How much would it cost to make free childcare permanent, and would it be a good idea? →
The scheme is popular with parents; 36% of people surveyed by Essential Media thought it should continue beyond the its scheduled end date.
· The death of Ann Marie Smith: a shocking case of neglect, or a failure of the system? →
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· Robodebt scandal: leak reveals unlawful debts predate 2015 but government has no plans to pay back money →
The Australian government has privately acknowledged the robodebt scandal may go beyond the unlawful 470,000 debts already identified for refunds, but it has no plans to pay back the money because it believes it would be too difficult to identify victims.