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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court are typically a formal affair, dictated by adherence to tradition by an institution historically resistant to altering its ways. Come Monday, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, all that changes.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Police in Indonesia's North Maluku province have arrested 8 people linked to a workers' demonstration that turned violent at a nickel project run by France's Eramet and China's Tsingshan Holding Group, a police spokesman said on Sunday.
BANGKOK: The Association of Thai Travel Agents (ATTA) has called on the government to provide financial support for the tourist industry which has been hard hit by the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
BEIJING: From the United States to Europe and Asia, people in many parts of the world are emerging from their homes as virus-related restrictions begin to ease and springtime temperatures climb. But the global pandemic took a turn for the worse elsewhere. India on Sunday reported more than 2,600 new cases, its biggest single-day jump. That followed record increases in neighbouring Pakistan and Russia the previous day.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un did not undergo surgery during almost three weeks of absence from public life, a South Korean official said on Sunday, as the two Koreas exchanged gunfire at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) separating the two sides.
Parents are in an especially tough situation as schools stay closed due to the coronavirus. One expert suggests that parents implement a daily schedule – as well as considerably lower their expectations.
We live in a very connected world through which a disease can run rampant. But that is not reason enough to sever those connections.
THIS has been a turbulent year for Malaysia. In just four short months, we saw a change of government, a global pandemic begin and, subsequently, economic difficulties across the board.
ALTHOUGH global indices paint Malaysia in a better light in terms of press freedom in the last year, the country could easily fall back into past practices that push us down again, says Gayathry Venkiteswaran, an assistant professor at Nottingham University Malaysia’s School of Media, Languages and Culture.