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YANGON (Xinhua): Myanmar President's Office on Wednesday (April 29) announced the formation of an inquiry committee to investigate into a recent armed attack on a vehicle of the World Health Organization (WHO) carrying Covid-19 surveillance samples in Rakhine state
JAKARTA (Reuters): The Indonesian government will defend its emergency regulation for a massive spending increase to cushion its economy against the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic, an official said on Wednesday (April 29), as the Constitutional Court reviewed its legality.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - The Indonesian government will defend its emergency regulation for a massive spending increase to cushion its economy against the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic, an official said on Wednesday, as the Constitutional Court reviewed its legality.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The National Commission on Tobacco Control (NCTC) has urged President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo to enhance Covid-19 mitigation efforts by banning tobacco cigarettes and electronic cigarettes, especially in “high-risk areas”.
Sabah-born Gary Chaw is one of the three Malaysian singers to be featured in the Believe in the Future online concert
MUMBAI/MOSCOW (Reuters): The coronavirus outbreak is causing a rare stir in the usually staid global tea market, with labour lockdowns stifling supplies just as millions in lockdown drive up demand for the beverage known for its immunity-boosting properties.
WUHAN (Xinhua): The transportation service of 39 trans-provincial highway transportation routes in central China's Hubei Province will be resumed starting Thursday (April 30), according to Hubei Highway Passenger Transportation Group Co., Ltd.
From swastikas sprayed on the walls to Hitler salute selfies, far-right provocations are a growing problem at the sites of former Nazi concentration camps in Germany.
(Reuters) - FIFA's medical committee chairman Michel D'Hooghe has said football should not be played until at least the start of September to limit the spread of the new coronavirus and when it does resume that yellow cards be handed out for spitting.
PARIS (Reuters) - Paris St Germain will look at playing Champions League home matches in another country after the French government on Tuesday decided to end the 2019-20 domestic season, the Ligue 1 club's president Nasser Al-Khelaifi said on Tuesday.