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Jordan Times (Jordan) 05/31/2020 12:37
AMMAN — Around 30 Jordanians who have been stranded in Japan and Philippines in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic are expected to arrive in the Kingdom on Sunday.Since the beginning of the crisis, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates and the COVID-19 Crisis Management Cell have been coordinating with Jordanian embassies abroad to expedite "complex" logistical.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/31/2020 12:37
Tens of thousands of mosques across Saudi Arabia yesterday reopened for the first time in more than two months, but worshipers have been ordered to follow strict guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19 as Islam’s holiest site in Mecca remained closed to the public. Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, the third-holiest site for Muslims after Saudi Arabia’s Mecca and Medina, also reopened for prayers for the first time since it was closed since the middle of March.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/31/2020 12:37
With the recent heavy rainfall and humidity, wild mushrooms have been shooting up in mountain forests and grasslands. In Nantou County’s Puli Township a man picked some unfamiliar fungi growing in the National Chung Hsing University experimental forest area along Nanan Road and took them home to cook. The result was that the whole family of five had to rush to hospital. For the sake of filling their bellies they almost lost their lives. It was truly a case of biting off more than they could chew. You hear many stories of people eating unfamiliar mushrooms and giving themselves food.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/31/2020 12:36
Affected by the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, many countries have implemented disease prevention measures such as city lockdowns, factory closures, travel restrictions and border controls. These resulted in slowing economic activitiy and dwindling global trade, which have negatively affected Taiwan’s export-reliant economy. Consequently, the Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS) last week revised downward its economic growth forecast for Taiwan for the second time this year. The DGBAS on Thursday predicted the nation’s GDP would expand 1.67 percent this year. The agency’s new forecast is lower than the 2.37 percent it estimated in February, and weaker than Taiwan’s economic.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/31/2020 12:35
The One Bear Museum in Hsinchu County’s Guansi Township (關西), a teddy bear museum once touted by the county government as a "luminous pearl" along Provincial Highway No. 13, is facing possible closure. The museum’s building, which was provided by the county government, has a serious water leakage problem and lacks a parking lot for buses to bring in tour groups, Hsinchu County Councilor Lo Shih-shi (羅仕琦) said on Saturday. The county government should step in to rescue the museum, or the negative reviews about the museum on the Internet might affect visitors’ impression of the township and the county, he said. The.
Rossiyskaya Gazeta (Russia) 05/31/2020 12:24
В России с 14 июня будет отменен так называемый банковский роуминг. Речь идет о комиссиях за межрегиональные переводы денег между клиентами внутри одного банка. Как ранее говорил Дмитрий Медведев, "эта межрегиональная дискриминация недопустима и должна быть устранена" (Africa) 05/31/2020 12:21
En Algérie, le Front de libération nationale, parti de l’ancien Président Abdelaziz Bouteflika, a désigné un nouveau secrétaire général. Qui est le nouveau pilote ? C’est ce samedi 30 mai 2020 que le Front de libération nationale, parti de l’ancien Président Abdelaziz Bouteflika, a désigné un nouveau secrétaire général. C’est au cours de la réunion […]. L’article est apparu en premier sur .
Zero Hedge 05/31/2020 12:20
There Is Nothing Normal About The US Savings Rate. Sun, 05/31/2020 - 12:20. Even as the stock market chugs up the wall of worry, we were reminded last week that the economic fundamentals remain mired in simply unprecedented territory. As you can see in the first chart below, April saw both the largest increase ever in personal income (blue line) and the largest ever decline in personal consumption expenditure. Importantly, personal consumption expenditure fell fully 30% more than personal income rose, implying that all that “income” (i.e. stimulus payments) was saved. Indeed, the second chart below shows that savings rate rose to 33%, for which there really are no words. Sure, that is April data reflective of when the economy was shut down an.

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