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14.08.20 - 03:32
Peru surpasses 500,000 coronavirus cases, marks highest fatality rate in LatAm (Reuters EN)
 
Peru surpassed half a million coronavirus cases and has the highest fatality rate in Latin America, according to health ministry data on Thursday, as the government struggles to contain a recent surge of infections....
14.08.20 - 03:26
Coronavirus vaccine developer CureVac raises $213 million in IPO: source (Reuters EN)
 
CureVac BV raised $213 million in its initial public offering on Thursday, a person familiar with the matter said, setting the stage for the first stock market debut of a company developing a promising vaccine to combat the novel coronavirus....
14.08.20 - 03:26
Oil prices rise, head for weekly gain amid cautious hopes for fuel demand recovery (Reuters EN)
 
Oil prices advanced on Friday and were heading for a second week of gains amid growing confidence that demand for fuel is starting to pick up despite the coronavirus pandemic that has slammed economies worldwide....
14.08.20 - 03:19
North Korea lifts lockdown in border town after suspected COVID-19 case ′inconclusive′ (Reuters EN)
 
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un lifted a three week lockdown in the city of Kaesong and nearby areas, after a man who defected to the South returned to the border town last month showing coronavirus symptoms, state media said on Friday....
14.08.20 - 03:14
Some Bogota neighborhoods to lockdown once again (Reuters EN)
 
Bogota, the Colombian capital, will hold a strict two-week quarantine in seven neighborhoods beginning Sunday, as it tries once again to curb coronavirus infections amid still-high intensive care unit occupation rates, the mayor said on Thursday....
14.08.20 - 02:49
Trump says he plans to give convention speech from White House lawn: New York Post interview (Reuters EN)
 
President Donald Trump said on Thursday he planned to give his acceptance speech for the presidential nomination at this month's Republican Party convention from the White House lawn, the New York Post reported on Thursday....
14.08.20 - 02:43
Brazil′s Bolsonaro says breaking spending cap possible, ′What′s the problem?′ (Reuters EN)
 
One day after declaring he was committed to fiscal responsibility, Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro raised the prospect on Thursday of breaking with a constitutionally-mandated ceiling on government spending....
14.08.20 - 02:32
Mexico, with over 500,000 coronavirus cases, to help with vaccine (Reuters EN)
 
Mexico, having hit over half a million official coronavirus cases and 55,000 deaths as the pandemic rages across Latin America, will help produce a vaccine that could be distributed in the region next year, authorities said on Thursday....
14.08.20 - 02:32
Peru surpasses 500,000 coronavirus cases, marks highest death toll in LatAm (Reuters EN)
 
Peru surpassed half a million coronavirus cases and has the highest death toll in Latin America, according to health ministry data on Thursday, as the government struggles to contain a recent surge of infections....
14.08.20 - 02:32
Ship owners sailing four Iranian fuel cargoes to U.S. for seizure: sources (Reuters EN)
 
Four ships containing Iranian fuel cargoes covered by a U.S. warrant for seizure are sailing to the United States after talks between the U.S. government and the vessel owners, a U.S. government source and a shipping source said on Thursday....
14.08.20 - 02:26
Bolivia confirms presidential election for October 18 despite calls for earlier date (Reuters EN)
 
Bolivia's caretaker government on Thursday enacted a law that mandates a delayed presidential election will be held on Oct. 18 as scheduled, despite opposition calls for it to be moved earlier....
14.08.20 - 02:19
Japanese shipping company says Mauritius government has requested compensation (Reuters EN)
 
The Japanese shipping company that owns the bulk carrier that struck a coral reef off of Mauritius and leaked some 1,000 tonnes of oil said the government of Mauritius had requested compensation....
14.08.20 - 02:19
′We don′t need war′: Belarus releases detainees in bid to quell protests (Reuters EN)
 
The Belarusian leadership began releasing thousands of detainees and issued a rare public apology on Thursday in a bid to quell nationwide street protests that pose the biggest challenge to strongman President Alexander Lukashenko's 26-year rule....
14.08.20 - 02:07
Mexico, nearing 500,000 coronavirus cases, to help with vaccine (Reuters EN)
 
Mexico, on the cusp of half a million official coronavirus cases and 55,000 deaths as the pandemic rages across Latin America, will help produce a vaccine that could be distributed in the region next year, authorities said on Thursday....
14.08.20 - 02:02
Trump says plans to give nomination acceptance speech from White House lawn: New York Post interview (Reuters EN)
 
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he plans to give his acceptance speech for the presidential nomination at this month's Republican Party convention from the White House lawn, the New York Post reported....
14.08.20 - 02:02
New Zealand to announce decision on coronavirus lockdown extension (Reuters EN)
 
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is due to announce on Friday whether a lockdown in the country's biggest city will be eased or extended, as officials scramble to contain a coronavirus outbreak....
14.08.20 - 01:55
Japan′s ruling party executive says must avoid rise in property tax: Nikkei (Reuters EN)
 
Japan must avoid any increase in property tax for commercial land as the coronavirus pandemic is hurting many companies, Akira Amari, head of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party's tax panel, was quoted as saying by the Nikkei newspaper....
14.08.20 - 01:55
Asian shares to pause ahead of China data, U.S. ′altitude sickness′ (Reuters EN)
 
Asian shares were set for a largely flat start on Friday as markets weighed a pause in Wall Street's multi-month stock rebound and awaited the release of Chinese economic data later in the session....
14.08.20 - 01:44
Bumper U.S. debt issue draws lukewarm demand (Reuters EN)
 
The U.S. Treasury Department's biggest auction ever of 30-year bonds met weak demand on Thursday, as the market struggled to absorb debt aimed at supporting an economy hit by the coronavirus pandemic....
14.08.20 - 01:38
Australian billionaire woos Canadians, hoping to build big coal mine in Rocky Mountains (Reuters EN)
 
Australian mining magnate Gina Rinehart's Hancock Prospecting Pty is hoping a charm offensive, from annual fundraising parties to local refurbishments at a golf course, will help overcome opposition to a massive new coal mine in Canada's Rocky Moun...
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