· Coronavirus: Lancet medical journal backtracks over paper which halted hydroxychloroquine trials →
A paper published in medical journal The Lancet which halted global trials of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for coronavirus has been retracted.
· Louise Quinn: Republic of Ireland defender to leave Arsenal Women →
Arsenal were third in the table when the 2019-20 season was halted in March, and are set to learn their final league placing from the Football Association on Friday.
The New York Times
· Brooks Bros., ‘Made in America’ Since 1818, May Soon Need a New Calling Card →
Steep growth in the first seven years was halted by the financial crisis.
· Lockdown listening: classical music and opera to stream at home →
The series kicked off with BWV 67 Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ, composed for the first Sunday after Easter, and first performed on 16 April 1724.
· BBC NI's Sport Re-Run to document Ireland's hockey fairytale which may not be finished →
The captain isn't worried about the momentum the squad has built up over the past few years being halted because of the current global situation.
The Japan Times
· India’s Yamuna River regains sparkle as coronavirus lockdown banishes waste →
In a feat that eluded years of government cleanliness efforts, a nationwide lockdown against the coronavirus has brought about the transformation of a river many Hindus consider holy, with a halt in industrial activity since late in March.
· Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Gordon, Edouard, Hearts, Rangers, Hagi, Halliday →
Celtic striker Edouard says he was heading for 30 goals before the season was brought to an early halt.
· Riot police shove elderly man onto ground at New York protest, leaving him unconscious →
At this moment, an officer shouts “he’s bleeding” and the police line is halted.
· India's Yamuna river regains sparkle as COVID-19 lockdown banishes waste →
In a feat that eluded years of government cleanliness efforts, a nationwide lockdown against the coronavirus has brought about the transformation of a river many Hindus consider holy, with a halt in industrial activity since late March.
· AT&T - Growth Isn't Needed To Justify Its Valuation →
That doesn't count asset sales or the company's $15 billion revolver, because the company has halted share repurchases to maintain financial flexibility.