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VALLETTA (Reuters) - Malta is donating 500 tonnes of potatoes to Namibia under its overseas aid programme in an effort to open a new chapter in relations between the two countries.
BEIJING/CHENGDU, June 29 (China Daily/ANN) - President Xi Jinping has underlined the importance of putting people and life first in an order given on the country's flood control and disaster relief work.
(Reuters) - Liverpool are no longer burdened by their painful 30-year title drought and have written a new chapter in the club's history after they were confirmed as Premier League champions, manager Juergen Klopp said on Friday.
THE Kedah state government’s rush to resume logging activities in the Greater Ulu Muda Forest and the Terengganu state government’s decision to degazette the Belara Forest Reserve to make way for plantations are proof that politicians are incapable of thinking of the long-term consequences of their decisions or prioritising the future of the planet and country.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A "fired up" Nathan Coulter-Nile is looking for an opportunity in this summer's One-Day Cup to prove Western Australia (WA) wrong after they opted not to renew the right-arm quick's contract earlier this week.
(Reuters) - Thousands of Liverpool fans celebrated their Premier League title win outside the club's Anfield Stadium on Thursday as their 30 year wait for the league crown finally came to an end.
(Reuters) - Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola congratulated Liverpool and manager Juergen Klopp on winning their first league title in 30 years, but was left ruing some earlier results that gave the Reds the chance to end their drought.
Manchester City lost 1-2 away to Chelsea, handing Liverpool FC their first Premier League title and ending their 30-year wait to be crowned champions of English football.
(Reuters) - When Liverpool finally get their hands on the league title again after a 30-year wait, the COVID-19 crisis has ensured the celebrations are going to look a lot different to the joyous scenes that greeted their last success.
PETALING JAYA: Sleeping giants Terengganu have what it takes to end the season with a silverware.