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COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark's Christian Eriksen said he was feeling "fine -- under the circumstances" and expressed gratitude for the flood of messages he had received after he suffered a cardiac arrest during their Euro 2020 opener on Saturday.
MONEY cannot solve everything. Just look at Hong Kong. It is one of the world’s richest cities, but also one of the least happy.
KUALA LUMPUR: Etika Sdn Bhd, one of Malaysia’s leading halal beverage manufacturers, is strengthening its sustainability commitments to promote environmentally conscious practices within the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry and at the consumer level.
The uneven rollout of Covid-19 vaccines worldwide has created both envy in those who haven't gotten it and guilt in some who have.
IT has been a stressful month for Terengganu Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar who had to battle rumours that he was on the way out.
MELAKA: The state government has cautioned villagers from trusting “snake oil salesmen” trying to peddle the anti-parasite drug Ivermectin by claiming that it can prevent Covid-19.
TOKYO (Reuters) - One of Japan's sporting legends and an executive of the country's Olympic committee said on Friday the Tokyo Games should be held without spectators to ensure the safety of the public and accused the organisers of using a "double standard".
TOKYO (Reuters) -The Japanese government is considering ending a state of emergency in Tokyo and several other prefectures as scheduled on June 20, but keeping some curbs such as on restaurant hours until the Olympics start in July, the Mainichi daily reported.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Senior Olympic official John Coates says a decision on whether spectators will be allowed at the Tokyo Games will be made at the end of June as part of a more general ruling for all sports events in Japan, the Australian said on Friday.
TOKYO (Reuters):The Japanese government is considering ending a state of emergency in Tokyo and several other prefectures as scheduled on June 20, but keeping a downgraded "quasi-emergency" state until the Olympics start in July, the Mainichi daily reported.