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  1. Floral wreaths were left near the funeral venue

    Hong Kong leaders, tycoons bid farewell to gaming magnate Stanley Ho

    Hong Kong politicians, tycoons and celebrities joined grieving relatives Friday at the funeral of Stanley Ho, the flamboyant gaming magnate who ...
  2. Safety signs are seen on a table in the Chandos Arms pub ahead of pubs reopening following the coro

    Cheers and fears as England's pubs prepare for 'Super Saturday' reopening

    The landlord of the Chandos Arms in Colindale, north London, is looking forward to Saturday - when England's pubs will reopen after more than ...
  3. Bars and nightclubs in Thailand reopen amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

    Masks and bikinis as Bangkok sex districts reopen with new rules

    With performers wearing facemasks as well as bikinis, Bangkok's red-light districts reopened on Wednesday after more than three months of shutdown ...
  4. Canada's PM Trudeau harvests broccoli on Canada Day in Ottawa

    Canada Day party goes virtual amid COVID-19 restrictions

    No live fireworks, no star-studded concert on Parliament Hill, and no crowds of tourists: Canada's official birthday celebrations on Wednesday for ...
  5. App developer Chris Mortimer holds his social-distancing app for pubs, in Stockholm

    Swedish drinkers to go the distance with new pub app

    Pub drinkers and restaurant-goers are set to get digital help from Swedish-based developers whose new app aims to make social distancing rules ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador speaks during a news conference in

    Mexican president says Washington summit with Trump likely in July

    Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Wednesday it is "very probable" that he will meet with US President Donald Trump in ...
  7. Empty tables are seen at the Punch Tavern pub on Fleet Street in London

    No name, no pint - new rules for England's pubs after lockdown

    Drinkers in England's pubs will have to give their name before they order a pint, and there will be no live acts or standing at the bar, the ...
  8. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Paris

    Paris's Orsay museum reopens to smaller crowds with eye on finances

    The Musee d'Orsay in Paris, home of the French Impressionists, reopened to the public on Tuesday, three months after being forced to shut by the ...