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The virus is putting Britain’s next industrial revolution on ice
In the country that pioneered the world’s first industrial revolution in the 18th century, its latest one is looking very much on hold.
Coronavirus kills nearly 870,000; US death toll highest
Italy’ ex-PM Berlusconi in hospital
The novel coronavirus has killed at least 869,718 people worldwide since surfacing late last year, according to an AFP count at 1100 GMT Friday based on official sources.
Unraveling mother to baby transmission of Zika virus
Zika virus is a mild infection for most people but it can be dangerous during pregnancy, causing infants to be born with abnormally small heads (microcephaly) and other congenital malformations.
First into the virus slump, China is proving the fastest out
China’s economy, the first to succumb to the coronavirus, is proving to be the fastest to recover.
Virus-hit Singapore's Q2 recession deeper than estimated
Singapore's virus-hammered economy shrank almost 43 percent in the second quarter, in a sign that the country's first recession in more than a decade was deeper than initially estimated, official data showed on Tuesday.
US response to virus is met with incredulity abroad
The United States’ failure to contain the spread of the coronavirus has been met with astonishment and alarm in Europe, as the world’s most powerful country edges closer to a global record of five million confirmed infections.
Virus-free month lifts Egypt tourism hopes
Egypt’s hard-hit tourist industry has been given a major boost with the news that no coronavirus cases have been reported among visitors in the month since travelers began returning to three governorates.
Oil falls as rising virus cases overshadow demand recovery
Oil prices eased on Tuesday on concerns that a fresh wave of COVID-19 infections will hamper a global demand recovery just as major producers ramp up output.
Iran places more provinces on ‘red’ alert over coronavirus
Ministry reports record one-day virus toll of 235 dead
Dollar sinks to two-year low on concern over US virus toll
The dollar weakened to a two-year low as sharp increases in US coronavirus cases and flare-ups around the world weighed on investor confidence.
Virus adds to deep despair felt by war-weary young Arabs
At 24, Sama al-Diwani and her fiancé had big dreams.
EU agrees on huge virus aid plan
European leaders on Tuesday agreed a massive aid package for their pandemic-ravaged economies.
Romanian doctors fight surge in virus cases, conspiracy theories
After almost four months of treating coronavirus patients in the western Romanian city of Timisoara, doctor Virgil Musta is not only facing a surge in new daily cases, but also a string of conspiracy theories.
Africa vaccination 'far outweighs' virus child death risk: Study
Continuing routine immunizations against diseases such as measles and yellow fever for children in Africa would far outweigh the risk of infant deaths from COVID-19, health experts said.

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