A Thai street artist has been paying tribute to the fight against the coronavirus with murals depicting a winged-character dressed as a health worker looming over a spiky image of the virus restrained by a padlocked red cross.
Thai artist ‘restless hands’ takes coronavirus battle to the streets
Ireland has sought solace in its poetic tradition to overcome the coronavirus crisis and provide poignant words of hope to tackle grief and the hardship of lockdown.
Ireland and the healing power of words in a time of crisis
Iranian Cinematographers’ Guild Association called on Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani to reopen the country’s cinemas while observing health protocols.
Iranian Cinematographers’ Guild Association call on President Rouhani to reopen cinemas
France could make up for its financial losses amid the coronavirus pandemic by selling the Mona Lisa, a tech CEO suggested.
France should sell Mona Lisa ‘for €50bn’ to cover coronavirus losses, tech CEO suggests
The 93rd Oscars aren’t until February, but the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is considering postponing the big night, according to multiple sources.
Film Academy considering postponing 2021 Oscars
Iranian Tourism Minister Ali-Asghar Mounesan said all tourism facilities in “white” or “low-risk” areas in the country need to be fully prepared to provide services to tourists.
Minister: Tourism facilities must be ready for providing services
With borders being temporarily closed worldwide and passenger flights mostly canceled to curb the spread of the coronavirus, tourism has been one of the worst affected sectors amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Global tourism sector racing to reopen to militate loss due to COVID-19

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