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IOC board to mull Tokyo matters – but not cancelation
The Tokyo Olympics will top the agenda when the International Olympic Committee’s executive board meets today – but with the board firmly backing the event, any talk of scrapping it altogether due to the COVID-19 pandemic is highly unlikely.
Iranian Zoroastrians observe Azargan ritual online amid COVID-19 pandemic
Zoroastrians of the central Iranian province of Yazd observed the Azargan ritual in an online manner on Monday as the government has imposed a nationwide two-week lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Struggling airlines seek to stay in the skies
The airline industry holds its annual gathering by video conference next week under the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic that has plunged the sector into a crisis that may yet claim more carriers.
Coronavirus pandemic deals body blow to quant models, study shows
The coronavirus pandemic has dealt a body blow to the quantitative model-based style of investing, with a majority of the firms using such strategies negatively impacted, a study by Refinitiv has found.
Bank of England must not fear radical action
As Britain and the rest of Europe battle the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, desperate eyes turn to central bank bosses, wondering what rescue plans they have up their sleeves.
Hardships multiply for older refugees amid COVID-19 pandemic
Despite suffering knee problems and hypertension, 69-year-old Nicaraguan asylum-seeker Esperanza used to get up at dawn every day to pick coffee to support her family in Costa Rica.
More evidence why vaccine, herd immunity will not clear COVID-19 pandemic
The first case of COVID-19 reinfection in the United States has added weight to the debate on the possibility of a second wave of the pandemic.
There is no 'zero risk' in easing travel restrictions, WHO says
There is no “zero risk” strategy for countries easing international travel restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, and essential travel for emergencies should remain the priority, the World Health Organization (WHO) said.

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