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Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe resigns for health reasons "Even though there is one year to go in my tenure and there are challenges to be met, I have decided to stand down as prime minister," said Abe at a press conference in Tokyo on Friday, adding that he would like to apologize to the people of Japan for being unable to fulfill his duties during the coronavirus pandemic. "For almost eight years I controlled my chronic disease, however, this year in June I had a regular check-up and there was a sign of the disease," he added. "I made a judgment that I should not continue my job as prime minister" said Abe. "I need to fight the disease and need to be treated." Markets reacted negatively to the announcement. Japan's benchmark Nikkei index closed down 1.4% Friday after the news broke.

Coronavirus: Italy's PM outlines lockdown easing measures Image copyright EPA Italy has outlined plans to ease the strict restrictions imposed seven weeks ago to curb the spread of the coronavirus as it recorded its lowest daily death toll since mid-March. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said curbs would be relaxed from 4 May, with people being allowed to visit their relatives in small numbers, in masks. Parks will reopen, but schools will not restart classes until September. Other countries like Switzerland and Spain are also relaxing their measures. Italy recorded 260 new virus-related deaths on Sunday, the lowest daily figure since 14 March.

Alexander Zverev played Jannik Sinner with breathing problems and fever Alexander Zverev has revealed that he competed while sick with breathing issues and fever during his 6-3, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 loss to Jannik Sinner of Italy in the Roland Garros fourth round. The 23-year-old received on-court treatment by a tournament doctor and he was pictured coughing after his first discussion with the medic while trailing 1-4 in the first set. He later said that he suffered a 38C fever on Saturday night, a possible symptom of Covid-19. “What can I say? I’m completely sick,” he said in his post-match press conference.

North Carolina's Asheville unanimously approves reparations for slavery Image copyright Getty Images The city council of Asheville, North Carolina, has unanimously voted to give financial reparations to black people amid a surge in debate about the issue. Reparations - financial compensation to the descendants of enslaved people - have long been hotly contested. Asheville becomes one of the first US cities to approve reparations, joining the city of Evanston, Illinois, which approved a reparations measure in 2019. 'We're coming in hot': Milwaukee marchers faced gunfire, found love on their 750-mile walk to DC Correction: A previous version of this video misspelled Frank Nitty’s name. This group is marching 750 miles from Milwaukee to arrive in Washington DC on the 57th anniversary of MLK's "I Have A Dream" speech. USA TODAY After enduring blistered feet, arrests, harassment and a spray of gunfire over the course of weeks, dozens of people marching 750 miles to protest police brutality are hours away from their final destination, the nation's capital, for the anniversary of the March on Washington. "We’re coming in hot.

Coronavirus: Air France-KLM secures billions in government aid Image copyright Reuters Air France-KLM has secured at least €9bn (£7.9bn; $9.7bn) in government aid, as the Franco-Dutch airline group struggles to stay afloat because of the coronavirus outbreak. The French authorities said Air France would get €3bn in loans and another €4bn in state-guaranteed funds.

European challenge comes up short on opening day of Breeders' Cup For the second year running, the European challenge on the first day of the Breeders’ Cup came up short on Friday, as second-place finishes for Aidan O’Brien’s Battleground and Mother Earth were the best that a strong list of contenders could muster. Battleground finished strongly from well off the pace but was still three lengths adrift of Mike Maker’s Fire At Will in the Juvenile Turf, while Jessica Harrington’s Cadillac finished fourth in the same race. Mother Earth, meanwhile, ran a similar race to Battleground’s behind the easy winner Aunt Pearl in the Juvenile Fillies’ Turf, with Miss Amulet, from Ken Condon’s stable in Ireland, back in third.

Johnny Depp was never violent to me, says ex-partner Winona Ryder Image copyright PA Media/Getty Images Johnny Depp's ex-partner Winona Ryder has said it is "impossible to believe" allegations from his former wife Amber Heard that he was violent. "I truly and honestly only know him as a really good man," said Ms Ryder.

Coronavirus live updates: California to more than double testing; Laura evacuations complicated by COVID; 1M more unemployment claims? Moving in itself is stressful, but it's even harder during the pandemic. USA TODAY The number of new coronavirus cases may be falling in three Western states, but there is no holding back when it comes to testing. California and Nevada say they are going to increase testing. California Gov. Coronavirus: New Zealand claims no community cases as lockdown eases Media playback is unsupported on your device New Zealand says it has stopped community transmission of Covid-19, effectively eliminating the virus. With new cases in single figures for several days - one on Sunday - Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the virus was "currently" eliminated. But officials have warned against complacency, saying it does not mean a total end to new coronavirus cases. The news comes hours before New Zealand is set to move out of its toughest level of social restrictions.

Zak Hardaker try seals League Leaders' Shield as Wigan ease past Huddersfield Everyone associated with Wigan Warriors will be under no illusion that the bigger games, and the bigger prizes, are still to come in the weeks ahead. There has been a growing feeling that Wigan have been gradually moving through the gears as the play-offs approach: a trait they have certainly shown on plenty of occasions in the past. But this performance, which ultimately secured a first League Leaders’ Shield since 2012, and only a third since 2000, was in many ways a microcosm of their season. Make no mistake about it, Wigan were certainly tested against a Huddersfield side whose own season may not be over, despite the regular season coming to a hastily-arranged conclusion here. Level at the break when Sam Wood’s try cancelled out Sam Powell’s opener, the prospect of Wigan slipping up here and finishing third, meaning no luxury of next week off as the play-offs begin, was a real possibility. But the second half was a familiar story for those who have followed Wigan recently.

US tech and film 'collaborating' with China - Barr Image copyright Reuters US Attorney General William Barr has accused Hollywood and US tech firms of "collaborating" with the Chinese government to do business there. Companies like Disney routinely agreed to censor films while Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and Apple were "all too willing" to work with Beijing, he said. Such actions risked undermining the liberal world order, Mr Barr added. His intervention is the latest criticism of China by White House and other US officials. Tensions between the US and China have been rising over a host of issues.

Samsung's Note20 Ultra: A phablet for phone lovers? Samsung brand loyalists typically fall into one of two camps: those who prefer the Galaxy S-series and those drawn to the Galaxy Note family. But this year could be different. Because for the first time, the latest Note device – that’s the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra, which went on sale last week – is as much a phone lover’s phone as it is for phablet fans. Indeed, the Note20 Ultra won’t just please Note enthusiasts. It’s also a great no-compromise smartphone with the added benefit of a handy, capable built-in pen for work and play.

Tsunami risk identified near future Indonesian capital Image copyright Getty Images Scientists have identified a potential tsunami risk in the region chosen by Indonesia for its new capital. The researchers mapped evidence of multiple ancient underwater landslides in the Makassar Strait between the islands of Borneo and Sulawesi. If the largest of these were repeated today, it would generate tsunami capable of inundating Balikpapan Bay - an area close to the proposed capital. But the international team cautions against an overreaction.

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