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KOTA KINABALU: A Parti Warisan Sabah assistant minister has dismissed opposition claims that he was among 18 assemblymen that are planning to cross over to the Perikatan Nasional parties.
THE government is considering changes to the bankruptcy threshold due to Covid-19’s adverse effect on the economy.
LONDON, Sept. 1 (Xinhua) -- UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson chaired a Downing Street meeting of his most senior ministers Tuesday as the parliamentary machine sprung back into action after its lengthy summer recess.
JAKARTA, Sept 21 (Xinhua): Indonesian President Joko Widodo has assigned Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic in the country in addition to the recent establishment of a national committee on pandemic mitigation and economic recovery.
MANILA, Sept. 28 (Bloomberg): The Philippines cannot be complacent amid the slowdown in the spread of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) as clusters of infections still remain while critical cases have marginally increased, health authorities said.
HONG KONG, Oct 13 (SCMP): Airshow China was due to be held in November but has been postponed until further noticeOrganisers say decision taken because the pandemic continues to develop rapidly
BANGKOK, Oct 19 (Reuters): Thailand reported three additional locally transmitted cases of the coronavirus on Sunday (Oct 18), a day after reporting its first local infections in more than a month.
(Reuters) - Selection problems for Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola usually take the form of who to leave out, but with the squad hit by an injury crisis and COVID-19 issues it may be the last men standing who make the team, said midfielder Ilkay Guendogan.
LONDON (Reuters) - Exeter Chiefs completed a momentous double when they beat Wasps 19-13 in a rain-lashed arm-wrestle of a Premiership final in a near-empty Twickenham on Saturday a week after winning the European Champions Cup.
PHNOM PENH, Oct. 27 (Xinhua): Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said has announced that the impact of Covid-19 has caused about the loss of 300,000 jobs, mainly in the tourism and garment industries.