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Melbourne overnight curfew lifted, 5km limit to remain
An overnight curfew in Australia's second-biggest city will be lifted from Monday, almost two months after it was imposed across Melbourne to counter a surging coronavirus outbreak. Victoria state Premier Daniel Andrews said Melbourne residents would be free to leave their homes at any time for work, exercise, to buy essentials or provide care.
RTHK ‘extending probation’ of Hong Kong journalist known for hard-nosed questions
Hong Kong’s embattled public broadcaster is seeking to extend the probation period of a journalist known for her confrontational approach to questioning officials amid a re-examination of public complaints filed against her last year, sources have said.
LIVE! Adesanya Vs. Costa Live Fight Stream
Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLCWho’s winning the Israel Adesanya vs. Paulo Costa fight? Find out below!Undefeated Middleweight rivals, Israel Adesanya and Paulo Costa, talked the talk and tonight (Sat., Sept. 26, 2020) it was finally time to walk the walk in the main event of UFC 253, which took place inside Flash Forum on Yas Island in Abu Dhabu, United Arab Emirates.
Lakers Defeat Nuggets 117-107 to Advance to First NBA Finals Since 2010
In 2013, Indiana Pacers head coach Frank Vogel had his team one win away from reaching the NBA Finals. Instead, he was thwarted by then-Miami Heat forward LeBron James and never reached his dream of coaching in the Finals.
Remains of Chinese soldiers killed in Korean War to return home
Soldiers escort coffins containing the remains of Chinese soldiers killed in the 1950-53 Korean War during a transfer ceremony at Incheon International Airport in Incheon, ROK, September 27, 2020.
Hong Kong faces six new Covid-19 cases, a day after only one imported infection
Hong Kong is expecting six new coronavirus infections on Sunday, with the figure from a medical source coming a day after the city recorded only one imported case.Earlier this week, Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor had declared the third wave of Covid-19 under control, but warned of the lingering threat of infections with unknown sources.
U.S. Imposes Restrictions on Exports to China’s Top Chipmaker
The U.S. imposed export restrictions on Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp., taking aim at another prominent Chinese technology company and adding to tensions between the two countries over the critical industry.
Activists protest ban on distributing food to migrants in Calais
Charities and human rights groups said officials had failed to provide basic servicesAbout 250 human rights activists have protested in the northern French port of Calais against a local ban on distributing food to migrants in the city centre.
Japanese Actress Yuko Takeuchi Dies in Apparent Suicide
Tokyo, Sept. 27 (Jiji Press)--Japanese actress Yuko Takeuchi, 40, has died in apparent suicide. She was fo…
HKU Lennon Wall vandalised by group claiming to be ‘cleansing’ campus
A so-called Lennon Wall at the University of Hong Kong containing notes of support for anti-government protesters was vandalised on Saturday night by about 30 people who claimed they were “cleansing” the campus.
Trump’s anti-science, anti-truth belligerence is damaging America
This month, for the first time in its 175-year history, the editors of the deeply serious-minded Scientific American have endorsed a presidential candidate, in defence of the integrity of, and respect for, science.
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