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Andrew Lloyd Webber urges Britain to set date for theatres to open at full capacity.
PETALING JAYA: The water crisis in the Klang Valley has prompted other states to pay close attention to their water resources and if necessary, take proactive measures to protect them.
TikTok, the app with an uncertain future owned by China’s ByteDance Ltd, has been building a vocal contingent of young supporters in the United States.
For those who travel to the United Kingdom, Malaysians who arrived after Aug 11 do not need to self isolate as Malaysia is now considered a “safe” country. Countries with low Covid-19 infection rates are rated accordingly but the decision can be reversed when the infection rates go up like they did in France and Spain.
MELBOURNE/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's prime minister pressed states on Friday to reopen their borders by December and ease restrictions, as businesses and locked down households vented their frustration over deepening revenue and job losses.
Six months after the Covid-19 pandemic forced the sudden cancellation of the Mobile World Congress, the technology trade fair business is mounting a comeback with a scaled-back version of the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin.
Groban's new album 'Harmony comes out in November.
HANGZHOU, Sept. 2 (Xinhua) -- The number of Europe-bound freight trains departing from the city of Yiwu in east China's Zhejiang Province reached 529 this year as of Wednesday, surpassing the total number of last year, according to the train operator.
MILAN (Reuters) - Juventus will begin their bid for a 10th successive Serie A title with a home match against Sampdoria following the draw for the 2020/21 season's fixtures on Wednesday while Inter Milan, last season's runners-up, will visit promoted Benevento.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Indonesia’s manufacturing activity has shown signs of improvement for the first time since February, but risks remain as new Covid-19 clusters emerge in factories and industrial areas and as household spending remains weak.