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World  /  Published 15.06.20

Virus isn’t going anywhere, say experts

Leading infectious disease experts in the US are warning that the coronavirus will be making life difficult for the foreseeable future.And as strict social distancing wanes, some leaders in New York a...
By New York Times News Service in New York

World  /  Published 09.06.20

NYC takes first reopening steps

Exactly 100 days since its first case of coronavirus was confirmed, New York City, which weathered extensive hardship as an epicentre of the worldwide outbreak, is set to take the first tentative step...
By J. David Goodman in New York

World  /  Published 05.06.20

Cops suspended after shoving man in New York

Two Buffalo police officers were suspended without pay on Thursday night after a video showed them shoving a 75-year-old protester, who was hospitalised with a head injury, the authorities said.The vi...
By Neil Vigdor and Daniel Victor in New York

World  /  Published 31.05.20

Blacks in US face upheaval on two fronts

They are parallel plagues ravaging America: The coronavirus. And police killings of black men and women.Jimmy Mills’s life has been upended by both. His barbershop in Midtown Minneapolis was one of ...
By Jack Healy and Dionne Searcey in New York

Opinion  /  Published 26.05.20

Eid during uncertain times

Pakistan’s coronavirus cases crossed the 50,000 mark last week. We are now a little above 57,000 confirmed cases. Deaths from the coronavirus are around 1,200. Healthcare workers and doctors are war...
By Mehmal Sarfraz in

World  /  Published 25.05.20

CDC warns of aggressive rats

Humans are not the only ones who miss dining out.As restaurants and other businesses have closed during the coronavirus pandemic, rats may become more aggressive as they hunt for new sources of food, ...
By Mariel Padilla in New York

World  /  Published 25.05.20

You are used to masks, will you wear a face shield?

The debate over whether Americans should wear face masks to control coronavirus transmission has been settled.Governments and businesses now require or at least recommend them in many public settings....
By Knvul Sheikh in New York

World  /  Published 25.05.20

Grandma’s FB photos test privacy law

Handling pictures of children and grandchildren is usually a private affair.Not in the case of one Dutch grandmother.A woman’s refusal to remove photos of her grandchild on Facebook and Pinterest bo...
By New York Times News Service in New York

World  /  Published 21.05.20

Student spent last college month working in morgue

Mariel Sander thought she would spend her final month at Columbia University going to parties, taking a modern dance class and road-tripping over spring break to five national parks.Instead, she carri...
By Nicole Hong in New York

World  /  Published 18.05.20

Buffett dumps most Goldman shares

The wild swings in stock prices that occurred in mid-March were shocking to most investors, but now it’s clear that even the Oracle of Omaha appears to have panicked.Warren E. Buffett bailed out of ...
By New York Times News Service in New York


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