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641. Australia sets plan to end most COVID-19 restrictions by July
Australia will ease social distancing restrictions in a three-step process, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday, as Canberra aims to remove most curbs by July and get nearly 1 million people back to work amid a decline in coronavirus cases.
04:13 08.05.2020
640. Nintendo smashes Switch sales view; says Animal Crossing is device's fastest-selling game
Japan"s Nintendo Co Ltd said on Thursday its fourth-quarter profit soared 200% due to surging demand for its Switch games console, and that title Animal Crossing: New Horizons shifted a record 13.4 million units in its first six weeks.
20:49 07.05.2020
639. After the triumph of Animal Crossing, a thin pipeline for Nintendo
The runaway success of Nintendo Co Ltd"s island life simulator Animal Crossing: New Horizons has overshadowed an uncomfortable fact for fans of the Switch console - it lacks upcoming titles.
20:49 07.05.2020
638. A British nurse is the chosen superhero in new Banksy artwork
A young boy chooses a nurse as the superhero he wants to play with over Batman and Spiderman in a new artwork by Banksy that encapsulates the gratitude Britons have felt toward the country"s National Health Service during the coronavirus crisis.
20:03 06.05.2020
637. "Bailing out the Titanic" - French arts struggle amid coronavirus
Dancer and choreographer Nicolas Maloufi has not worked since France went into lockdown in mid-March, and his daily yoga sessions in a borrowed Paris apartment are his only form of training.
15:08 06.05.2020
636. Belgium brings back its bling with reopening of world's largest diamond hub
Antwerp is regaining its glitz as Belgium eases a two-month nationwide coronavirus lockdown that virtually halted business in the world"s largest diamond trade centre.
13:37 05.05.2020
635. Locked out of galleries, Londoners find Caravaggio street art
Londoners locked out of galleries can find an alternative art fix on a wall under under some railway arches after street artist Lionel Stanhope painted a Caravaggio classic, updated for the coronavirus age.
13:29 05.05.2020
634. Cuba's artists make music and dance on rooftops during lockdown
Cuba"s artists are rising to the occasion during the coronavirus lockdown, taking to rooftops and balconies to create music or dance.
17:11 04.05.2020
633. A Minute With: Tim Gunn on pajamas and post-quarantine fashion
Even Tim Gunn, the immaculately dressed fashion mentor from "Project Runway" and Amazon"s new competition show "Making the Cut," is finding it hard to get out of his pajamas these days.
12:42 01.05.2020
632. Russia drops plans for Putin mosaic in military church
A grandiose mosaic depicting Russian President Vladimir Putin and other high-ranking officials will not be put on display in a new military church after objections from the Kremlin leader, a church official said on Friday.
12:33 01.05.2020
631. U.S. coronavirus outbreak soon to be deadlier than any flu since 1967 as deaths top 60,000
U.S. deaths from the novel coronavirus topped 60,000 on Wednesday and the outbreak will soon be deadlier than any flu season since 1967, according to a Reuters tally.
17:15 29.04.2020
630. Bus-stop art gallery lifts spirits in lockdown London
A London bus stop has been transformed into a children"s art gallery by a local resident who wanted to brighten the drudgery of lockdown life, creating a colourful community hub amid the anxiety and isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic.
11:36 28.04.2020
629. The man with the epidemiologist tattoo - a very Swedish tribute
It"s not every day that the face of a chief epidemiologist is inked as a tattoo. But then it"s not every country that has tackled the coronavirus pandemic like Sweden.
14:15 27.04.2020
628. Dancing in the streets: Ballet stars perform in empty Amsterdam
Six dancers from the Dutch National Ballet headed out into the empty streets of Amsterdam this week to perform their parts in a piece of choreography inspired by the coronavirus lockdown.
10:49 24.04.2020
627. Spray it, don't say it: Kenya graffiti artists spread health message
A six-foot image of a sad-eyed man, baseball cap askew and mask covering his nose and mouth is spray painted on a building in a Nairobi slum. Next to it are the words “Corona is real”.
06:39 24.04.2020
626. Banksy's 'Girl with a Pierced Eardrum' gains a coronavirus face mask
Banksy"s "Girl with a Pierced Eardrum" has been updated for the coronavirus era with the addition of a blue surgical face mask.
18:17 23.04.2020
625. In dress of giant inflatable roses, Chinese artist marks Earth Day
Wearing a dress she made of eight giant plastic inflatable roses over a wire structure and a headpiece crowned by a globe, Chinese performance artist Kong Ning is using fashion to draw attention to environmental protection on Earth Day.
10:17 22.04.2020
624. Dance at home: Georgian national ballet moves lessons online
Georgia"s National Ballet, the former Soviet country"s famous folk dance ensemble, started giving lessons online after the group"s popular dance schools closed their doors due to the coronavirus.
13:12 21.04.2020
623. With just a canary for company, Russian artist self-isolates in gallery
When an art gallery in southern Russia closed its doors to help curb the spread of the coronavirus, one artist asked to self-isolate there rather than leave his place of work.
12:14 21.04.2020
622. Beauty in radishes: Parisian tells lockdown story in watercolor
From a bunch of radishes to a sleeping cat, Parisian Agnes Goyet has turned to her life indoors for inspiration as France"s coronavirus lockdown frees her up to pursue her hobby - art.
08:18 19.04.2020
621. Strike up the band: Paris orchestra wails at pension reform plans
The French capital"s Opera Bastille has been silent for nearly a month because its orchestra is on strike, but on Tuesday the musicians performed on the steps of the opera house to bring attention to their anger at planned pension reforms.
12:18 31.12.2019
620. Man charged after 'Picasso painting' attacked in London gallery
British police have charged a man with criminal damage after a painting, reported by the BBC to have been by Spanish master Pablo Picasso, was attacked at a London gallery over the weekend.
11:57 31.12.2019
619. Microsoft says North Korea-linked hackers stole sensitive information
Microsoft Corp said on Monday it has taken control of web domains which were used by a hacking group called "Thallium" to steal information.
07:18 31.12.2019
618. With Uighur comic, Japanese manga artist aims to highlight everday 'suffering'
A Japanese artist whose manga comics about a Uighur woman went viral wants to use the simple power of her work to raise awareness of the "daily suffering" endured by the Chinese mostly Muslim minority, she told Reuters.
11:09 27.12.2019
617. Paris Opera ballerinas, who retire at 42, kick up a fuss over Macron pension plans
Ballerinas in white tutus danced scenes from Swan Lake on the forecourt of the Paris Opera on Tuesday to protest against President Emmanuel Macron"s plans to scrap their special pension benefits.
14:44 24.12.2019
616. No Christmas mass at Notre-Dame for the first time since Napoleon
For the first time in more than 200 years, worshippers will not be able to attend Christmas mass at Notre-Dame cathedral, still being restored after a devastating fire.
14:10 23.12.2019
615. A Christmas journey from olive orchard to Nativity carving
As Christmas pilgrims pore over the intricately carved Nativity scenes in Bethlehem shop windows, few pause to consider that some of the wood used comes from olive trees older than the events of the ancient story they depict.
13:00 23.12.2019
614. Banksy's 'Scar of Bethlehem' nativity unveiled in West Bank hotel
British street artist Banksy has brought a somber Christmas spirit to a hotel he founded in the West Bank town of Bethlehem, with a nativity scene evoking the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
13:26 22.12.2019
613. Stylish suburbs: how ancient Mexican metropolis dodged inequality trap
Fragments of pre-Aztec murals recently unearthed on the outskirts of what was once the largest city of the Americas are adding to mounting evidence that even commoners there enjoyed the finer things in life.
15:42 20.12.2019
612. Art exhibit by 12-year-old 'young Jackson Pollock' opens in New York
Cynics who view pricy abstract art and scoff "a kid probably painted that" are finally right.
07:10 20.12.2019
611. U.S. House passes new North American trade deal, Senate timing unclear
The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved a new North American trade deal on Thursday that includes tougher labor and automotive content rules but leaves $1.2 trillion in annual U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade flows largely unchanged.
21:56 19.12.2019
610. AT&T says it will continue investing in Mexico: Mexican president
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Tuesday that he met with AT&T Inc Chief Executive Randall Stephenson, who assured him the telecommunications firm will continue investing and strengthening its operations in Mexico.
15:09 17.12.2019
609. Artist at center of Italian anti-racism row defends ape pictures
Artist Simone Fugazzotto defended on Tuesday a widely criticized anti-racism campaign launched by Italy"s Serie A soccer league which features his paintings of apes.
11:09 17.12.2019
608. Singapore artist channels 'creepy-cute' with baby heads in sushi rolls
At first glance the works of Singaporean artist Qixuan Lim have a familiar, edible appearance.
01:11 17.12.2019
607. Indonesian cave art is earliest known record of 'story telling', researchers say
A cave painting found on Indonesia"s island of Sulawesi, depicting human-like figures hunting animals, appears to be the earliest known pictorial record of story-telling, according to a study by a team of Australian and Indonesian researchers.
11:33 16.12.2019
606. Vatican's 'vampire' prints of rarely seen 20th century art on show
They could be called the Vatican"s vampire prints - works by masters such as Henri Matisse, Edvard Munch and Salvador Dali so delicate that they usually lie dormant for years in dark storage in its museums.
05:41 16.12.2019
605. 'Why is the road broken?' Sightless Hong Kongers live city of protest by sound
In Hong Kong, when the tempo of traffic-light signals accelerates to about 800 ticks a minute, visually impaired residents know they can safely cross the road. But over the past six months of unrest, many streets have lost their beat.
11:34 13.12.2019
604. Delta predicts 2020 profit growth; CEO says more people turning to air travel
Delta Air Lines Inc sees another annual rise in profit and revenue in 2020 driven by what Chief Executive Ed Bastian called a growing interest in air travel by consumers across the generational spectrum.
07:05 12.12.2019
603. Dixons Carphone 1H profit plunges, maintains forecast as mobile turnaround on track
British electricals retailer Dixons Carphone stuck to its forecast for annual profit and said a plan to cope with the challenging mobile phone market was working, but it wasn"t counting on any post-election boost.
05:37 12.12.2019
602. Banksy's flying reindeer highlight Christmas homeless plight
Elusive British street artist Banksy has highlighted the issue of rough sleeping in a seasonal mural showing two flying reindeer pulling a homeless man on a street-bench sleigh.
08:55 11.12.2019

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