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LONDON: Britain is urging businesses and individuals to prepare for the Dec. 31 end of the Brexit transition period with an information campaign titled: "The UK's new start: let's get going."
KUALA LUMPUR: AmInvestment Research upgraded its outlook on the technology sector to Overweight from Neutral for the 2H20 as the sector’s outlook remains resilient with Inari Amertron as its top pick.
The six-month world fair will now open its doors in October 2021.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday urged opponents of Beijing's plan to impose national security legislation in the financial hub to stop "smearing" the effort, saying those who did were "the enemy of the people".
Exclusive: Israel builds new Jerusalem road that will link settlements as government weighs West Bank annexation
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Construction is under way on a major new ring road for Jerusalem that Israeli officials say will benefit all of its residents, but critics of the project say is another obstacle to Palestinian hopes to make East Jerusalem the capital of a future state.
Former employees of petition website Change.org have accused the company of profiting from a petition demanding justice for George Floyd when it asked users to 'chip in' or provide funding to promote the petition on various platforms.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin's opponents agree a nationwide vote next month that could extend his rule is a sham, but are split over whether to campaign for a "No" vote or call for a boycott.
SHAH Alam City Council (MBSA) has put up billboards honouring frontliners battling Covid-19 at Bulatan Kayangan, Section 9, and along the Federal Highway.
Yuna to sing songs from 'Rouge', her fourth international release which comprises 11 tracks, including a Malay track 'Tiada Akhir'.
TOKYO: Shimano Inc, a 99-year-old Japanese maker of brakes, gears and components, is poised to take advantage of the global surge in demand for bicycles across the globe as people embrace new modes of transportation due to the coronavirus pandemic.