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  1. China's Evergrande resumes work on more than 10 projects

    China's Evergrande resumes work on more than 10 projects

    China Evergrande Group <a href="https://www.reuters.com/companies/3333.HK" target="_blank">(3333.HK)</a> said on Sunday it had resumed work on more than 10 projects in Shenzhen, Dongguan and other cities - a statement that comes after it appeared to avert default with a last-minute bond coupon payment last week.

  2. Director 'gutted' by death of cinematographer in accidental shooting

    Director 'gutted' by death of cinematographer in accidental shooting

    The movie director who was shot and injured in an on-set accident involving actor Alec Baldwin said on Saturday he was "gutted" by the death of the cinematographer.

  3. As outbreak worsens, COVID-19 cases in eastern Europe near 20 million

    As outbreak worsens, COVID-19 cases in eastern Europe near 20 million

    Coronavirus cases in eastern Europe will soon surpass 20 million, according to a Reuters tally on Sunday, as the region grapples with its worst outbreak since the pandemic started and inoculation efforts lag.

  4. Rocky Mountain high: U.S. looks to Colorado for methane emissions policy

    Rocky Mountain high: U.S. looks to Colorado for methane emissions policy

    U.S. environmental regulators are expected to base new rules for controlling methane emissions from oil and gas operations on the nation-leading policies of a state that has been tamping down on the potent greenhouse gas for seven years - Colorado.

  5. Erdogan's critics say demand for expulsions is distraction from economy woes

    Erdogan's critics say demand for expulsions is distraction from economy woes

    President Tayyip Erdogan's political opponents said his call to expel the ambassadors of 10 Western allies was an attempt to distract attention from Turkey's economic difficulties, while diplomats hoped the expulsions might yet be averted.

  6. Fire blazes cargo ship containers off British Columbia

    Fire blazes cargo ship containers off British Columbia

    A fire broke out on Saturday on containers on a cargo ship carrying mining chemicals off British Columbia, and the Canadian Coast Guard said it is working with the U.S. Coast Guard to assess the situation, including environmental hazards.

  7. Broadway's 'Phantom of the Opera' plots a cautious return to the stage

    Broadway's 'Phantom of the Opera' plots a cautious return to the stage

    Meghan Picerno was back at work after 18 months of pandemic limbo, overjoyed to be singing and dancing again with her "Phantom of the Opera" castmates as they rehearsed for the return of Broadway's longest-running show.

  8. China strengthens land border protection with new law

    China strengthens land border protection with new law

    China passed a law on Saturday to strengthen border protection amid a protracted standoff with India, worries about spillover effects from Taliban-controlled Afghanistan and the spread of COVID-19 from Southeast Asia.

  9. Myanmar says it's committed to ASEAN peace plan, despite general's snub

    Myanmar says it's committed to ASEAN peace plan, despite general's snub

    Myanmar's military rulers pledged on Sunday to cooperate "as much as possible" with a peace plan agreed with ASEAN, despite a stern rebuke of the regional bloc for excluding the country's top commander from a summit this week.

  10. Australian coalition gov't junior partner gives preliminary support for net zero

    Australian coalition gov't junior partner gives preliminary support for net zero

    The junior partner in Australia's coalition government said on Sunday it will provisionally support a net zero emissions target by 2050, giving Prime Minister Scott Morrison a green light to take the country's updated climate ambitions to Glasgow talks.