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Here are the top stories and upcoming coverage plans for Reuterstext service as of 11 a.m. GMT/6 a.m. ET. For a full schedule ofnews and events, go to our editorial calendar on Reuters Connecthttps://www.reutersconnect.com/planning.
Protests sweep Myanmar to oppose coup, support Suu Kyi
Tens of thousands of people rallied across Myanmar on Sundayto denounce last week's coup and demand the release of electedleader Aung San Suu Kyi, in the biggest protests since the 2007Saffron Revolution that helped lead to democratic reforms.
Himalayan glacier bursts in India, 100-150 feared dead infloods
As many as 150 people were feared dead in northern Indiaafter a Himalayan glacier broke and crashed into a dam early onSunday, with floods forcing the evacuation of villagesdownstream.
Biden administration suspends Trump asylum deals with ElSalvador, Guatemala, Honduras
The Biden administration said on Saturday it was immediatelysuspending Trump-era asylum agreements with El Salvador,Guatemala and Honduras, part of a bid to undo his Republicanpredecessor's hardline immigration policies.
Biden's Homeland Security czar vows to fight domesticterrorism
U.S. Homeland Security chief Alejandro Mayorkas, who lastweek became the first Latino and immigrant to hold the post, onSaturday reaffirmed his resolve to fight domestic terrorism, oneof the greatest threats to the United States.
Exclusive: Amazon orders hundreds of trucks that run onnatural gas
Amazon.com Inc has ordered hundreds of trucks that run oncompressed natural gas as it tests ways to shift its U.S. fleetaway from heavier polluting trucks, the company told Reuters onFriday.
Euro zone recovery delayed, to gather pace from mid-year:Lagarde
Europe's recovery from a recession induced by the COVID-19pandemic has been somewhat delayed but should pick up pace frommid-year, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde saidin comments published by a French newspaper on Sunday.
Jennifer Lawrence reported hurt by flying glass on movie set
Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence was hit near the eye byflying glass while filming her new movie in Boston, celebritywebsite TMZ and the Boston Globe reported on Friday.
Christopher Plummer, 'Sound of Music' star of stage andscreen, dead at 91
Christopher Plummer, a patrician Canadian who starred aswidower Captain von Trapp opposite Julie Andrews in theblockbuster 1965 musical "The Sound Of Music" and in 2012 becamethe oldest actor to win an Oscar, has died at 91, his longtimefriend and manager said on Friday.
NBA roundup: Stephen Curry scores 57 points in loss to Mavs
Stephen Curry won his individual duel with Luka Doncic butthe host Dallas Mavericks captured the team competition over theGolden State Warriors in a wild 134-132 victory Saturday night.
Australian Open ready to launch after pandemic palpitations
After a three-week delay, a massive logistical mission and ahandful of health scares, a very different Australian Open getsunderway on Monday with pandemic protocols providing a backdropof caution to the action on court.
BUSINESS / ECONOMICS
FOCUS-Hedge funds bet on 'big comeback' for oil afterpandemic hobbles producers
Hedge funds are turning bullish on oil once again, bettingthe energy industry's environmental focus has severely damagedcompanies' ability to ramp up production when demand returns,which would push prices to multi-year highs and keep them thatway for two years or more.
7 Feb 09:00 ET / 14:00 GMT
SCIENCE / TECHNOLOGY
Czech government decides on emergency state extension
The Czech government decides on another emergency stateextension. The measure provides the executive with legalframework for its actions against the coronavirus pandemic,including deployment of troops to assist healthcare or limits onpeople's movement.
An unleashed Jeff Bezos will turn up the heat on spaceventure Blue Origin
Untethered from daily obligations at Amazon.com Inc, Jeff Bezos is expected to turn up the heat on hisspace venture, Blue Origin, as it faces a pivotal year andfierce competition from Elon Musk's SpaceX.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/WHO BRIEFING (TV)
WHO chief Tedros and other officials due to give pressconference
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the WorldHealth Organization (WHO), to give press conference on thelatest developments in the COVID-19 pandemic, which also followsthe first week of the WHO's Executive Board being held throughJan 26.
Walgreens, CVS beef up protections against threat of botattacks on vaccine program
U.S. retailers and pharmacies like Walgreens and CVS Healthare preparing for a fresh round of bot attacks by scalpershoping to snap up Covid-19 vaccine appointments as they havedone hoarding Sony PlayStation 5s and Nike sneakers.
ECB head Lagarde debates economic effects of pandemic in EUParliament
The head of the ECB Christine Lagarde debates mitigating thepandemic’s economic effects with European lawmakers who willassess what the ECB can do within its mandate, includingexploring novel tools.
NFL-Los Angeles hoping to host 'normal' Super Bowl next year
As the curtains close on the COVID-impacted Super Bowl inTampa, Los Angeles is hoping for a return to "normal" when ithosts the championship game at the $5 billion SoFi stadium,which opened in Inglewood last year.
CRIME / LAW / JUSTICE
ISRAEL-NETANYAHU/TRIAL-EXPLAINER (PIX) (TV)
Israel's Netanyahu on trial for corruption
EXPLAINER - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's trialresumes on Monday, when Israel's longest serving leader willhave to enter his plea to the corruption charges against him.This brief explainer lays out the charges facing Israel's firstsitting prime minister to have been indicted, as well as thepossible scenarios that may ensue.
POLITICS / INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
POSTPONED - Elections scheduled to be held in Somalia
A parliamentary election is due to be held in war-ravagedSomalia, where the internationally backed federal government isbattling the al Qaeda-linked al Shabab insurgency. Legislatorswill choose the next president, but opposition members haveaccused the government of packing the election board withgovernment allies.
USA-TRUMP/IMPEACHMENT (PIX) (TV)
U.S. Congress prepares for Trump's second impeachment
The U.S. Congress on Monday prepares for a historic first --the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump after hehas left office, on a charge of inciting insurrection in a fieryspeech to his supporters before the deadly storming of the U.S.Capitol. Trump and the House of Representatives file finalwritten arguments before the start of a trial in the Senate thatcould result in Trump being banned from holding office again.
CONFLICTS / WAR / PEACE
North Korea to celebrate the founding of its military
North Korea to celebrate the founding of its army, after itsleader Kim Jong Un had called for increased military power andgreater nuclear war deterrence last month. Kim attended amilitary parade in 2018, and met soldiers and watched a concertin 2019 to mark the occasion.
Spot news coverage of Super Bowl TV ratings
Reuters will report on the TV ratings for the Feb. 7 SuperBowl, which ViacomCBS-owned CBS is broadcasting.