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BEIJING/TOKYO/LONDON/NEW YORK/PARIS: Silent stadiums and empty venues made for a gloomy weekend for sports fans but the fear on Monday (March 16) was it could only get worse amid the widening Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. With governments opting for increasingly stringent bans on the size and number of public gatherings, most major sports events across the world have been suspended or scrapped.
(Reuters) - Frenchman Rudy Gobert, the first NBA player known to have tested positive for the coronavirus, is donating more than $500,000 to support both the employee relief fund at the Utah Jazz's home arena and COVID-19-related social services relief in Utah, Oklahoma City and the French health care system, the NBA team said on Saturday.
JAKARTA (AFP): Dutch King Willem-Alexander apologised to Indonesia on Tuesday (March 10) for 'excessive violence' during the former colony's independence struggle in the 1940s.
Dutch King Willem-Alexander apologised to Indonesia for “excessive violence” during the former colony’s independence struggle in the 1940s.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Dutch King Willem-Alexander apologised on Tuesday for the "excessive violence" inflicted on Indonesia during his country's colonial rule, the monarchy's first such admission of regret to the Southeast Asian nation.
Tokyo: A Japanese politician apologised Monday after he made US$86,000 (RM366,000) auctioning face masks online as the country deals with a shortage during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Covid-19: HK restaurant apologises after photograph showing customer leaving used face mask on self-service cutlery goes viral
Ca-Tu-Ya in Yau Ma Tei issues public apology after online users criticise customer’s ‘selfish’ and ‘unruly behaviour’. Restaurant says it has changed policy on self-service cutlery.
(Reuters) - Former employees of British airline Flybe, who had won tickets to the Exeter Chiefs match in the Premiership on Saturday, were refused entry into Sandy Park stadium, reports in the British media said.
CHICAGO: Boeing Co chief executive officer Dave Calhoun said he regretted berating his predecessor in an interview with the New York Times this week, backtracking almost immediately from a harsh critique that rattled employees of the embattled planemaker.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): A Vietnamese art curator was told not to attend an art fair in the UK over fears attendees would assume the curator was infected with the coronavirus.