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With movement order control (MCO) in place, some Malaysian travellers are reminiscing their holiday adventures by going through – and organising – their travel photos.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea reported fewer than 50 new coronavirus cases for the first time since its peak in late February, earning the praise of the World Health Organization for combatting the spread in one of the first countries to be hard-hit by the disease.
The follow-up to 2015’s ‘Ori And The Blind Forest’ carries over its fine-tuned platforming and expands on it by improving the combat and adding depth to the characters.
SEOUL: Former UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon has appealed for global cohesion in the face of the coronavirus crisis and other global challenges. "I have always emphasised that problems of global scale require solutions of global scale," Ban said.
JAKARTA: Indonesian Islamic scholars are seeking to avoid the usual mass homecoming for Hari Raya Aidilfitri, forbidding people from travelling home during the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
ISLAMABAD: Mosques were allowed to remain open in Pakistan on Friday (April 4) when Muslims gather for weekly prayers, even as the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic spread and much of the country had shut down.
South Korea's biggest Internet portal suspended its real-time "trending topics" feature on April 2 ahead of a general election this month, after controversy over politicians and their supporters trying to manipulate the results.
SEOUL (AFP): South Korea's biggest internet portal suspended its real-time "trending topics" feature Thursday (April 2) ahead of a general election this month, after controversy over politicians and their supporters trying to manipulate the results.
Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX has banned its employees from using video conferencing app Zoom, citing “significant privacy and security concerns”, according to a memo seen by Reuters, days after US law enforcement warned users about the security of the popular app.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's fierce battle against the coronavirus has turned the pandemic into an unlikely boon for President Moon Jae-in and his ruling party as campaign season kicks off on Thursday ahead of parliamentary elections on April 15.