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Oil price collapses to lowest level for 18 years

The price of oil has sunk to levels not seen since 2002 as demand for crude collapses amid the coronavirus pandemic. Brent crude fell to $22.58 a barrel at one point on Monday, its lowest level since November 2002. Meanwhile the price of US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) fell below $20 a barrel and close to an 18-year low. Oil prices have fallen by more than half during the past month as companies cut back or close production. In addition to the ... Full story

Trump extends shutdown, Fauci warns 200k could die

President Trump has extended the nationwide shutdown of thousands of businesses until April 30, prolonging social distancing measures in a bid to curtail the fast-spreading coronavirus epidemic. Mr. Trump says the rate of new infections in the country is expected to "peak" in about two weeks, but he believes the U.S. will be "well on its way to recovery" by June 1. While endorsing Mr. Trump's decision to prolong the economic pain to slow the ... Full story

At least 8 strains of the coronavirus are spreading across the globe

Scientists have identified at least eight strains of coronavirus as the bug wreaks havoc spreading across the globe . More than 2,000 genetic sequences of the virus have been submitted from labs to the open database NextStain, which shows it mutating on maps in realtime, according to the site . Researchers said the data, which includes samples every continent except Antarctica, revealed the virus is mutating on average every 15 days, National ... Full story

Tacko Fall's journey from Senegal to the NBA

It is hard to miss Tacko Fall. The 7-foot-6-inch center for the Boston Celtics and Maine Red Claws is among the tallest players in professional basketball. He came to the U.S. from Dakar, Senegal, as a 16-year-old, with a special visa, a high school scholarship and the opportunity to play a mostly unfamiliar sport: basketball. This week on 60 Minutes, correspondent Jon Wertheim interviewed Fall about his journey to the NBA as part of a 60 ... Full story

EXO’s Suho hopes to show real self in solo album

Suho of EXO released his first solo album, “Self-Portrait,” on Monday, hoping to connect with the audience through the most personal side of himself. “As a solo artist, I wanted to make music that captured the color and musicality of Kim Jun-myeon (Suho’s given name), not the one I had shown through EXO as a group. I do feel burdened, but excitement outruns nervousness,” Suho said in a statement. The six-track EP is fronted by lead track “Let’s ... Full story

As Wealthy Depart For Second Homes, Class Tensions Come To Surface In Coronavirus Crisis

Topline: As New York City’s coronavirus cases exploded in recent weeks, residents fleeing to second homes have come under intense scrutiny and push-back, prompting officials in multiple states to create highway checkpoints screening for New Yorkers and a national travel advisory for the entire Tri-state area, highlighting the dramatic roles class and wealth will play in the pandemic.  With … Full story

Peace and Security Council Report No 122 Africa

Peace and Security Council Report No 122 - ISS Africa - - - - - feature-5icon-printerlogologo-chlogo-fr PEACE AND SECURITY COUNCIL REPORT NO 122 In this issue PSC postpones several activities due to COVID-19 Stand-off following presidential elections in Guinea-Bissau Patching up South Sudan’s broken political space Africa’s role in the scramble for the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. Why has the AU been silent on the Ethiopian dam dispute? South ... Full story

Is not wearing underwear healthy? Here, the health effects| Well+Good

Photo: Getty Images/GlobalStock. During social distancing, a lot of our normal day-to-day practices have gone straight out the window. Normal meal times, for one; confining your boobs to a bra , for another. And one more I’d personally like to add to the list? Wearing underwear. If you’ve ditched your usual undergarments in favor of leggings life, well, same. But the good news, according to the pros, is that that’s A-OK… as long as you’re ... Full story

Saudi Arabia allegedly spied on its citizens in the US through a network flaw

Last November, two Twitter employees in the US were charged for allegedly spying for Saudi Arabia . Now, the Arab nation is using flaws in telecommunications network infrastructure to snoop on its own citizens traveling abroad. A whistleblower told The Guardian that millions of secret requests originated from Saudi Arabia were made for tracking folks traveling in the US with Saudi-registered phones. These requests started in November 2019 and ... Full story

Coronavirus: Number of UK deaths rises above 1,000 News

The number of people to have died with the coronavirus in the UK has reached 1,019. The latest government figures on Saturday showed there were another 260 deaths in the UK in a day, up from 759 on Friday. There are now 17,089 confirmed cases in the UK. It comes as the government said it was ramping up testing for frontline hospital staff who have symptoms, or who live with people who have symptoms. Critical care doctors and nurses will be ... Full story

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