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KUALA LUMPUR: SP Setia Bhd's main focus will be on converting its property bookings into sales as it nagivates through a residential market slowed by the Covid-19 pandemic and movement restriction orders.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanese security forces deployed heavily in Beirut on Thursday, stopping protesters from reaching a conference centre where MPs began meeting for the first time since the catastrophic chemicals explosion last week that killed 172 people.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): There were 102 new coronavirus cases confirmed as of Thursday noon (Aug 13), taking Singapore's total to 55,497.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Health Minister Jens Spahn said on Thursday he expected there to be a COVID-19 vaccine in the coming months and definitely next year, speaking after the public health agency withdrew a report suggesting there would be one in autumn.
LONDON (Reuters) - Lockdowns and social distancing measures introduced around the world to try and curb the COVID-19 pandemic are reshaping lives, legislating activities that were once everyday freedoms and creating new social norms.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Mitchell Starc remains wary of injuries from bowling too fast but the Australia paceman hopes to push the 160 km per hour mark in the coming home summer after adding five kg to his frame during a long off-season.
(Reuters) - Manchester City's task in the Champions League has not been made any easier by the exits of Real Madrid and Liverpool as every team playing in the mini-tournament in Lisbon is capable of winning, midfielder Bernardo Silva has said.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The second edition of the ATP Cup is still scheduled to go ahead in January and Tennis Australia is considering adding more events alongside it to allow players to prepare for the Australian Open, TA Chief Executive Craig Tiley told Reuters.
(Reuters) - Off-spinner Laura Marsh, who helped England to Women's World Cup titles in 2009 and 2017, has said she is retiring from all forms of cricket.
(Reuters) - New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Thursday she expected the coronavirus cluster in the country to grow further before slowing down, as the Pacific nation reported an additional 13 new cases from domestic transmission.