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India coronavirus cases near one million, driven by surge in rural areas

A worker cleans the seats during a routine cleaning of Navina cinema hall that was closed following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Kolkata, India, July 16, 2020. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri. MUMBAI (Reuters) - The number of coronavirus cases in India neared one million on Thursday as infection numbers rose in the countryside, pushing authorities to reinstate lockdowns across several states. India reported a record 32,696 ... Full story

President Trump and Ivanka criticised over Goya support

Image caption President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka shared support for Goya Foods on social media. US President Donald Trump and his daughter and advisor Ivanka have been criticised for endorsing a Hispanic food company on social media. The pair shared images of themselves holding Goya Foods products earlier this week, with the president saying it was "doing GREAT". It comes after the head of Goya expressed his support for Mr Trump, ... Full story

The White House revolving door: Who's gone?

Image caption On Mr Trump's reality TV show, his catchphrase was "You're fired!". Donald Trump's old catchphrase was "you're fired" - and while he has been president, his senior team has had a very high turnover. Here is a run-down of what they did, and why they left, starting with the most recent. BRAD PARSCALE, CAMPAIGN MANAGER - 15 JULY 2020. Mr Parscale served as digital media director for Mr Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. The ... Full story

Georgia governor bans cities from ordering people to wear face masks

Bill Nye on why masks work against COVID-19 Bill Nye on why masks work against COVID-19. Georgia's Gov. Brian Kemp is explicitly banning Georgia's cities and counties from ordering people to wear masks in public places. He voided orders on Wednesday that at least 15 local governments across the state had adopted even though Kemp had earlier said cities and counties had no power to order masks during the coronavirus pandemic. An increasing ... Full story

BOJ looks to big data for clues on pandemic-driven economic changes

TOKYO (Reuters) - The coronavirus pandemic may have caused structural changes in Japan’s economy and the way it affects inflation, requiring the Bank of Japan to tap more deeply into big data in making policy decisions, the central bank’s top economist said on Thursday. FILE PHOTO: Factories are seen near Tokyo. The coronavirus pandemic may have caused structural changes in Japan's economy, requiring the Bank of Japan to tap more deeply into ... Full story

".@NASA astronauts @Astro_SEAL and @AstroBehnken conduct spacewalk to upgrade ISS power system"

Reuters Science News: ".@NASA astronauts @Astro_SEAL and @AstroBehnken conduct spacewalk to upgrade ISS power system". -. -. - Sorry, this site requires JavaScript for full functionality. Please enable JavaScript in your browser and reload the page. Full story

China's Sinopharm begins late stage trial of COVID-19 vaccine in UAE

DUBAI (Reuters) - Chinese state-owned pharmaceutical company Sinopharm has begun Phase III clinical trials of a COVID-19 vaccine in Abu Dhabi using up to 15,000 volunteers, the government in the capital of the United Arab Emirates said on Thursday. FILE PHOTO: The company logo of Sinopharm Group Co Ltd is displayed at a news conference on the company's annual results in Hong Kong, China March 29, 2016. REUTERS/Bobby Yip/File Photo. The human ... Full story

Tauqir Sharif: British-born aid worker faces trial by Syria jihadists

Image caption Tauqir Sharif founded an organisation to support people displaced by Syria's civil war. The jihadist alliance that dominates opposition-held north-western Syria has said it will put a British-born man who runs an aid organisation on trial. Tauqir Sharif, from east London, was detained last month by Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and charged with funding "projects that incite division". On Tuesday, it announced that he had been ... Full story

London restaurants fret as going out goes out of style

LONDON (Reuters) - Restaurants might have reopened, but the owner of Etta’s Seafood Kitchen in London’s Brixton Village market fears the prolonged COVID-19 lockdown may have changed customer behaviour for good. FILE PHOTO: Empty tables are seen during a quiet night at Brixton Village, as the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to affect businesses, in London, Britain July 14, 2020. Picture taken July 14, 2020. REUTERS/Dylan ... Full story

Privacy activist Schrems welcomes EU court decision on Facebook

Austrian lawyer and privacy activist Max Schrems poses after a Reuters interview in Vienna, Austria, July 16, 2020. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner. VIENNA (Reuters) - Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems on Thursday welcomed a decision by the European Union’s top court in his case against Facebook, saying the legal basis for more then 5,000 U.S. companies that use an EU tool to transfer Europeans’ personal data to the United States for commercial use ... Full story