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LISBON (Reuters) - Many European countries avoid breaking down data along racial or ethnic lines out of concern over privacy or discrimination, but COVID-19's outsized impact on Black and Asian people has exposed flaws in the approach, some scientists and activists said.
PETALING JAYA: The Covid-19 pandemic did not dampen the spirit of kindness among Malaysians as can be seen from the philanthropic works of the Star Golden Hearts Award (SGHA) winners.
News Analysis: "A marathon, not a sprint" -- Italy's anti-virus rules depend on personal responsibility
ROME, Nov. 16 (Xinhua) -- Italian government health restrictions to confront the second wave of the coronavirus rely on increased levels of personal responsibility, health officials and experts said.
KOTA KINABALU: Families and friends of Covid-19 patients are counting on prayers and moral support to keep themselves strong in their hour of need.
STAR CITY, Russia (Reuters) - The Star City Closed Administrative Territorial Unit is barely an hour's drive northeast of the Kremlin, but for decades the town never appeared on any maps. Only after the Soviet Union fell apart was its location revealed.
PUTRAJAYA: The welfare of vulnerable groups in the country has been given a timely boost thanks to the increase in allowances for them under Budget 2021.
AMPANG: A 42-year-old man accused of sexually violating his daughter now faces a staggering 50 counts of sexual crimes after he was hauled to court again to face another nine charges.
SUNGAI PETANI: When K. Hemarruben was asked to quit his job as a pastry commis at a hotel in May, he felt lost and confused.
NAIROBI, Nov. 9 (Xinhua) -- The Barrack Museka (BM)'s cerebral palsy salon located on the eastern fringes of Kenya's capital Nairobi has become a favorite destination for anyone curious to learn about the neurological disorder.