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· Rathayatra sans devotees in the time of coronavirus →
Similar will be the case with Sealdah-Puri Duronto Express, the official said.
· George Floyd protests: Minnesota governor urges 'peace at this time' after night of chaos – live →
Floyd’s cries of “I can’t breathe” were reminiscent of the 2014 killing in New York of Eric Garner, a case which fuelled the first wave of Black Lives Matter protests.
· 18 test positive after attending COVID-19 patient's funeral →
A case has been registered against the deceased’s family for violating provisions of the Epidemic Act, the official added.
· Covid-19: Student on transit in Malaysia becomes latest Thai patient →
Thailand has reported one new Covid-19 case and no new deaths over the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 3, 077 positive cases and 57 fatalities.
· Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition review – we're all Homs now →
And there is, as so often is the case in video games, a disconnect between the complexity of the combat system – rich, textured and labyrinthine – and the characterisation and storytelling: rudimentary and adolescent.
· Mosques in Iran to resume daily prayers →
Almost 1.75 million cases have been recorded in the U.S., according to an NBC News tally.
· Iran announces collective prayers to restart nationwide →
The official figures show a renewed acceleration in virus cases since early May.
· Hishammuddin confirms Wisma Putra staff Covid-19 positive →
Hishammuddin in a statement today said, this is the first case and it was detected during a health screening conducted by the Health Ministry (MOH) at Wisma Putra.
· COVID-19 Means Reinsurers Won't Make Cost-Of-Capital In 2020: Fitch →
But with alternative capital and ILS investor commitments coming with a lower cost attached, while the business model can be more efficient as well, it does give ILS capacity an edge in certain cases.
· AI and our health data: A pandemic threat to our privacy →
In many cases, they were the first to recognise the dangers of the outbreak in Wuhan, leaving the rest of us to play catch up.