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Thailand's pet groomer reopens as new coronavirus cases slow. Chewy and Miley, both two-year-old Schnauzer dogs, are getting their hair cut at a groomer in Bangkok for the first time since the new coronavirus outbreak began in Thailand in January. Mariah Carey dons a bandana as a mask while cheering on essential workers from her NYC penthouse. Mariah Carey stepped out onto her balcony on Thursday evening to cheer on essential workers in New York City. The singer, 50, concealed her mouth and nose beneath a flaming red bandana. The 24-person Triton submarine with huge windows that will take tourists to depths of up to 328ft. The vessel is made by Florida-based Triton Submarines, which built the Limiting Factor submersible that made a record-breaking dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench last year. Hoping Llamas Will Become Coronavirus Heroes. Antibodies from Winter, a 4-year-old llama with great eyelashes, have neutralized coronavirus and other infections in lab experiments. Tribal payback after a 17-year-old Aboriginal boy allegedly 'stoned' a young mother to death weeks. The body of Britney Watson was discovered in a wheelie bin just four weeks after she gave birth, with a 17-year-old boy accused of killing her and dumping her body. Working from home Does TD Bank have fees Does BBT stay high if pregnant increase productivity, according to a survey. Survey asked individuals how they have adapted since shifting from the office to their home amid the coronavirus pandemic and one-third said they are more productive than when in the office. No refunds for Sykes Holiday Cottages booked in lockdown. The firm, which has more than 10,000 cottages on its books, instead wants customers to rebook the same property for a later date - and potentially be charged more. How Kushners Volunteer Force Led a Fumbling Hunt for Medical Supplies. Young, inexperienced workers scrambled to sort through tips on equipment desperately needed to fight the coronavirus while warehouses ran bare and doctors made their own gear. Italy's incredible 'floating ship' bridge reaches for the sky. High above the Polcevera valley, the final section of a majestic new bridge was hoisted into place this week, signaling the imminent completion of a remarkable engineering project against seemingly impossible odds. Garment Workers in Unions Fear For Their Jobs. From Bangladesh to Cambodia, basic labor rights are unraveling for some as the industry grapples with the coronavirus fallout. Piers Morgan shares crying emoji after veteran Ken Benbow, 94, is moved to tears on GMB. Navy veteran Ken Benbow, 94, made an appearance on GMB to commemorate V.E. Day when he broke down in tears after praising his 'wonderful' carer Kia for the 'marvellous' life he has had. Official list of Covid symptoms is 'dodgy and inadequate' Top scientific adviser. By leaving out symptoms, Dr Nick Summerton said the virus could fuel further spread of the virus in Britain. He called for tiredness, breathlessness and loss of appetite to be included in the list. Your Thursday Briefing. India lockdown, Vladimir Putin, black holes Heres What is the mission of a bank What is Michael Buble real name you need to know. How will mass transit change in the age of coronavirus? Mass transit has been a lifeline for hospital workers and first responders during the pandemic, as well as for people who just need to get to the supermarket. But health officials worry that trains and buses are also perfect environments for spreading the coronavirus. NBC tech correspondent Jacob Ward reports for TODAY on how the coronavirus is likely to change traveling by bus, train and ride-share services. Tennis star rejects plans to help struggling players through coronavirus crisis. World no. 3 Dominic Thiem has rejected the notion that top tennis stars should provide financial support to the game's lower-ranked players due to the coronavirus pandemic. Theres Money Stuck in Your Dependent Care Account. Now What nationality is Ramin Karimloo What is DaBaby charged with? After-school programs are closed. Day care centers are shut down. Summer camp might not happen. If youre stuck with money you cant use, youll lose it and pay taxes on it. Graf 'I hope Serena breaks slam record'. In a rare interview, tennis great Steffi Graf talks about Serena Williams' plans to break the 22 grand slam singles record they both share. Gogglebox's June Bernicoff dies at 82 after short illness. The retired teacher passed away on Tuesday following a short illness that was not related to coronavirus, a statement from Channel 4 confirmed on Friday.

Starboard reiterates Yahoo should combine with AOL. Activist-investor Starboard Value LP has reiterated that Yahoo Inc should consider a merger with AOL Inc and cut costs to improve profits, spurred by media reports that Yahoo is exploring other large-scale acquisitions. Germany and U.S. on Divergent Paths to Reopen. Online retailers, backed by Amazon, are beginning a campaign to press for billions of dollars to rescue the Postal Service. Nearly one in five children in the U.S. are not getting enough to eat. The most fitting of fly-pasts marks VE Day after Mail made the Spitfire tour possible. Although all general aviation remains out of bounds during the pandemic, the Daily Mail was granted an exemption by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps to see spitfires take to the skies.

Knitting for the Apocalypse. Why settle for a tea cozy when you can make knitwear fit for a nuclear winter? Kate Garraway joins the nation in clapping for carers amid lockdown. The TV presenter, 53, joined millions of people around the country in a nationwide applause for the NHS, police and key workers during the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Price's boyfriend Kris Boyson poses for selfie as he arrives at his trial. Kris Boyson, 31, (pictured today taking a selfie outside court in Kent) was accused of telling a police officer he was going to break his jaw, but was acquitted of threatening behaviour. U.S.T.A. Plans a $15 Million Bailout for Various Tennis Groups. The funding, intended to help during shutdowns associated with the coronavirus pandemic, comes amid uncertainty about whether the association will be able to host the U.S. Open tournament as planned.

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