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NBC News 16 Aug 2020

First Cruise Ship Sets Sail In Mediterranean Since Pandemic's Start


Italy's MSC Grandiosa launched today, months after cruise ships became early incubators of the coronavirus. The ship will dock at destinations close to Italy with new health procedures.

Salvatore "Sam" Anello pleaded guilty to negligent homicide in the tragic death of his 18-month-old granddaughter, who, in July 2019, fell from a cruise ship window Anello believed was closed.
Sam Anello, the grandfather of an 18-month-old girl who fell from the open window of a Royal Caribbean cruise ship last year, pleaded guilty to negligent homicide.
French President Emmanuel #Macron is widely expected to announce tighter #virus controls in a primetime television interview later on Wednesday, with local media reporting that could include curfews for #Paris and other cities where infection rates are high. France 24 takes a look back at President Macron's words since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
787,000 Americans filed unemployment claims for the first time last week, the lowest number since March 14. Frances Stacy, director of portfolio strategy at Optimal Capital, joins CBSN to discuss the long-term implications of the unemployment problem.

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