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As vaccines help quell Covid-19 cases, millions of Americans have gone back to work -- but fewer Black and Hispanic workers are being rehired, entrenching persistent inequalities in the United States.The divides are fueled by long-running employment discrimination, experts say, worsened by unique, virus-related disruptions that have left many jobseekers unable to find work they can get to, or feel safe doing.
Holding a V-shaped branch point down, David Sagouspe examines the cracked soil of a California farm. Under the blazing sun, he takes a breath and sets off, mechanically turning the branch five times towards the sky and five times towards the ground.
In order to volunteer at the Tokyo Olympics, Tsan Wong from Hong Kong and his wife Rever Yau are spending around $5,000 on flights, evening meals, and mandatory hotel quarantine back home.
Tokyo shares opened lower Wednesday on continued worries about coronavirus infections, despite overnight gains on Wall Street.45 in early trade, while the broader Topix index slipped 0.
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Under pressure from progressive Democrats, US health authorities on Tuesday declared a new moratorium on tenant evictions until October in much of the country, citing public health risks posed by the Covid-19 pandemic."The emergence of the Delta variant has led to a rapid acceleration of community transmission in the United States, putting more Americans at increased risk, especially if they are unvaccinated," Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said in
Health officials in France on Tuesday activated an emergency plan on the Mediterranean island of Corsica as a fourth wave of Covid infections spread across the country.
Singapore marathon swimmer Chantal Liew finished 23rd out of 25 competitors in the women's 10km at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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Belarusian Olympic athlete Krystsina Tsimanouskaya arrived at a Japanese airport on Wednesday where she is expected to board a plane to Poland, after Warsaw offered the sprinter a humanitarian visa.
Reza Pahlavi, the son of Iran's last shah, believes the clerical state that toppled his father is on the brink of crumbling. What Iranians need now, he says, is stronger support from the West.
Food and beverages firm Del Monte Pacific said on Wednesday it would delay the initial public offering of its Philippine unit, as the country reels from a surge in coronavirus cases. Del Monte Philippines Inc in April filed for an offering that could raise up to 44.1 billion Philippine pesos ($888.8 million), making it the second-largest share offering in the Philippines. But rising cases of the Delta variant of coronavirus cases and corresponding volatility in the Philippine Stock Exchange have led Del Monte Pacific to defer the listing "until conditions improve".
Four-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka, fourth-ranked Sofia Kenin and eighth-ranked Iga Swiatek have withdrawn from next week's Montreal WTA tournament, Tennis Canada announced on Tuesday.
Singapore lenders Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp and United Overseas Bank beat quarterly profit estimates on Wednesday, driven by recovery in their core markets and lower provisions for loan losses. Prospects in Singapore's banking sector have improved as a rebounding economy has boosted demand for mortgages and loans, while booming markets have bolstered the wealth management business. At the same time, benign credit costs indicate that banks have been able to manage asset quality in the face of the pandemic affecting businesses.
Three-time NBA champion Stephen Curry has reportedly agreed to a historic contract extension with Golden State while forward Carmelo Anthony will join pal LeBron James on the Los Angeles Lakers.Curry will sign a four-year deal worth $215 million with the Warriors, his agent told ESPN.
US President Joe Biden joined leading Democrats Tuesday in calling on powerful New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign after an independent investigation concluded that he sexually harassed multiple women.
The S&P 500 finished at a fresh record Tuesday as US stocks shook off early weakness and closed higher behind strength in industrials and energy shares.Analysts cited bargain-hunting as a factor in Tuesday's bounce back following Monday's lackluster session, which was dented by worries over global growth and the Delta variant of Covid-19.
The sixth day of athletics at the Tokyo Olympics takes place on Wednesday. AFP Sport looks at five stand-out events:
Colombia said Tuesday it had seized 116 tons of cocaine in joint military operations with countries of the Americas and Europe.
Liverpool midfielder Fabinho has signed a new long-term contract with the Premier League club, they announced on Tuesday.The Brazil international is the second key member of Jurgen Klopp's first-team squad to extend their time at Anfield after Trent Alexander-Arnold completed a new deal last month.