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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore's ruling party, stung by its worst ever election results, on Saturday signalled a possible delay to its meticulous succession plans, and analysts foresaw other policy changes that could affect the international business hub.
Will Singapore’s first truly ‘online’ election shake the status quo? Experts doubt it.
LONDON (Reuters) - Disease experts on Tuesday questioned a statement by the World Health Organization that transmission of COVID-19 by people with no symptoms is "very rare", saying this guidance could pose problems for governments as they seek to lift lockdowns.
PETALING JAYA: Business was rather poor at their food stall, so a husband-and-wife team decided to spend time to help out some students who chose to remain at their university in Selangor during the movement control order (MCO) period.
LONDON (Reuters) - A study by French scientists which suggests a man was infected with COVID-19 as early as Dec. 27, nearly a month before France confirmed its first cases, could be important in assessing when and where the new coronavirus emerged, experts said on Tuesday.
ALTHOUGH global indices paint Malaysia in a better light in terms of press freedom in the last year, the country could easily fall back into past practices that push us down again, says Gayathry Venkiteswaran, an assistant professor at Nottingham University Malaysia’s School of Media, Languages and Culture.