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KABUL, (Reuters) - Afghan Air Force Major Dastagir Zamaray had grown so fearful of Taliban assassinations of off-duty forces in Kabul that he decided to sell his home to move to a safer pocket of Afghanistan's sprawling capital.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - During a televised session with ordinary Russians last month, a woman pressed President Vladimir Putin on high food prices.
Recovery of these sectors will still depend on how well the Covid-19 pandemic is contained.
NYERI, Kenya (Reuters) - Kenyan butcher David Mwangi likes to start his day with a mocha or a cappuccino at a newly opened coffee shop in his area - the first such outlet in a farming town where a sweet, milky cup of tea is the way most people start the day.
PETALING JAYA: Salesmen and buyers are in a bind as the brakes have been slammed on vehicle production and retail activities due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
KABUL (Reuters) - A week after the Taliban's lightning seizure of Kabul, growing numbers of people in the Afghan capital are facing a daily struggle to get by with their jobs gone, banks still shuttered and food prices soaring.
HAMILTON, Ontario (Reuters) -Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, seeking to revive his election prospects, on Tuesday unveiled a new housing plan that pledged more supply, a ban on foreign buyers and other measures to tackle soaring home prices.
KUALA LUMPUR: Two individuals were arrested on Aug 8 over suspicion of being the masterminds of an e-commerce fraud on Instagram, which caused losses of over RM153,759.
EACH time he goes to the petrol station, writer Zulkifli Abd Rahman will notice that people stealing glances at his car.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. judge ruled on Tuesday that Turkey cannot recover a 6,000-year-old marble idol known as the "Guennol Stargazer" from Christie's and the hedge fund billionaire Michael Steinhardt.