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Washington adjusts visa restrictions amid protest2020-07-13
Opposition to the introduction of visa restrictions on international students in the United States continues to grow, with 180 academic institutions in the country speaking out against the move, despite adjustments made to the policy by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Bolivia's interim president tests positive for COVID-192020-07-10
Jeanine Anez, head of Bolivia's opposition-backed interim government, on Thursday said she tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and will enter into quarantine, but continue to work remotely.
Mayor of S.Korean capital Seoul found dead2020-07-10
Park Won-soon, mayor of South Korea's capital Seoul, was found dead around midnight, hours after his daughter filed a missing report to police Thursday evening, multiple local media said citing the police.
Harvard, MIT sue U.S. gov't over rule on int'l students2020-07-09
Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Wednesday filed a federal suit to prevent the U.S. government from enforcing a rule that would imperil international students if their universities switch to online-only courses in the fall due to the coronavirus pandemic.
White House pushes to reopen schools as U.S. COVID-19 cases top 3 mln2020-07-09
White House on Wednesday continued to push states to reopen schools in the fall as the country's COVID-19 cases passed 3 million with over 132,000 deaths.
US won't allow foreign students to stay if classes are moved fully online2020-07-08
International students in US educational institutions will have to leave or will be prohibited from entering the country if their schools move to online-only teaching in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. recovery shows signs of levelling off amid resurgence in COVID-19 cases: Fed official2020-07-08
A senior U.S. Federal Reserve official has warned that the U.S. economy is showing signs of "levelling off" amid a resurgence in COVID-19 cases across southern and western states.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tests positive for COVID-192020-07-08
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announced on Tuesday that he has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
U.S. has notified UN chief of withdrawal from WHO: spokesman2020-07-08
A United Nations spokesman confirmed on Tuesday that the United States notified on Monday the UN secretary-general of its withdrawal from the World Health Organization.
U.S. COVID-19 cases top 2.5 mln, reopening rolled back in dozen states2020-06-28
Washington State Governor Jay Inslee on Saturday announced the suspension of all applications from counties looking to move into Phase 4 of reopening with new COVID-19 cases rising across the state.
Biden surging ahead in some polls, but next U.S. president still far from certain2020-06-28
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is ahead in the polls, but experts said the winner of the 2020 race to the White House is still far from a done deal.
Many U.S. states halt reopening amid sudden surge of COVID-19 infections2020-06-28
Many states in the United States have moved to halt or backtrack their economic reopening following a sudden surge of new COVID-19 infections this week.
UK relaxes 2-meter social distancing rule to further ease coronavirus lockdown2020-06-24
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Tuesday that the current 2-meter social distancing rule will be loosened from July 4 to "1 meter plus" in England so as to further ease the coronavirus lockdown.
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