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France’s data protection authority on May 26 gave the go-ahead to the government's planned coronavirus contact-tracing app for smartphones, but a rights watchdog said it still objected to it.
TOKYO: Japan's government plans to include 32.5 trillion yen (US$302 billion) in direct spending under a second extra budget to be compiled on Wednesday to cushion the economic blow from the coronavirus pandemic, the Mainichi newspaper reported.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's four largest news media outlets said they have withdrawn their reporters from coverage of right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro's official residence due to the lack of security to protect them from heckling and abuse by his supporters.
AGAINST a highly challenging global economic outlook, a global recession looks imminent. The Malaysian economy is expected to see a contraction of -2% at its worst and growth of 0.5% at its best in 2020, compared with 4.3% in 2019.
TOKYO: Japan's government has given up on approving Fujifilm Holdings Corp's Avigan drug for the treatment of COVID-19 by the end of May, Kyodo News reported on Tuesday (May 25) citing a government official.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Early one October morning in 1969, Singapore police officers found the body of a man dumped in a storm drain. He had been stabbed to death, police said, in what became one of the country's most notorious gang killings.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Research into Fujifilm Holdings Corp's Avigan will continue into June, Japan's government said on Tuesday, effectively dashing hopes by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that the drug would be approved as a COVID-19 treatment this month.
FRANKFURT/BERLIN: Germany threw Lufthansa a 9 billion euro (US$9.8 billion) lifeline on Monday, agreeing a bailout which gives Berlin a veto in the event of a hostile bid for the airline