Nationwide tensions appeared to ease, as thousands of demonstrators launched peaceful protests across the U.S. over the death of George Floyd while being subdued by police.
The coronavirus has infected more than 6.43 million people around the world as of Wednesday, killing at least 382,299 people.
"It's not in the virus' interest to do too much damage to the host," said Dr. Mike Ryan, executive director of the WHO's emergencies program. "It wants to survive."
The measure comes after China hasn't allowed U.S. passenger airlines to return to China.
The malaria drug is backed by President Trump to combat the deadly coronavirus despite a lack of scientific proof of its effectiveness.
"We simply cannot promote accounts in America that are linked to people who incite racial violence, whether they do so on or off our platform," CEO Evan Spiegel said in a memo.
Finding good news in the loss of another 3 million jobs isn't easy, but the steep drop in private payrolls for May could be a sign that the worst over.
Asia-Pacific Chief Executive Peter Wong signed the petition and HSBC itself "respects and supports all laws that stabilise Hong Kong's social order", the bank said in a post on social media in China.
The UK digital freight forwarding and supply chain finance firm closed its $15 million Series A funding round this week.
Mark Carney, the former governor of the Bank of England, has urged young people to put their money into investments focused on sustainability amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The EU, a political conglomerate of 27 nations, has relaxed its strict state aid regulations three times since March.
Speaking at the World Economic Forum's (WEF) "The Great Reset" event Wednesday, the heir to the British throne warned that climate change had the potential to wreak even more damage than the "dreadful pandemic."
Amazon is still finalizing details around the event, but it has been given a working title of the "Biggest Sale in the Sky."
Staff projections for inflation and economic growth are also likely to be downgraded this week, at least in the short — and perhaps the medium — term.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson says people in Hong Kong fear their way of life is "under threat."
The United States is stepping up pressure on other countries over negotiations for a digital services tax, opening new probes into nations planning higher duties on tech giants.
Bird is scrapping e-scooters in Qatar, UAE and Bahrain that belong to Circ, which it acquired in January.
Sweden's chief epidemiologist, who advocated a no-lockdown strategy to combat the coronavirus epidemic, concedes that more should have been done.
Europe's biggest travel company, TUI Group, said it has struck a deal with Boeing for compensation and deferred deliveries of the grounded 737 Max jet.
Remember the "yellow vests" movement that brought France to a standstill in late 2018? Now, Italy is seeing its own grassroots, anti-government, populist movement, the "Orange Vests."