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PARIS (Reuters) - Cycling has been thrown into fresh turmoil after French judicial authorities opened a preliminary investigation into potential doping at Nairo Quintana's team Arkea-Samsic on Monday, a day after the Tour de France ended in Paris.
BEIJING, Sept 22 (dpa): The Chinese ambassador to Germany, Wu Ken, has rejected criticism from the European Union and Germany of his country's human rights policy ahead of discussions on China at an EU summit later this week.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union's executive will make new proposals on Wednesday on collectively managing immigration, an issue that has damaged the unity of its 27 member states in recent years.
MOSCOW/BRASILIA (Reuters) - Russia is so confident in its COVID-19 vaccine that it will shoulder some of the legal liability should anything go wrong, rather than requiring buyers to take on the full risk, the head of the state fund bankrolling the project told Reuters.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Vaccine makers will be indemnified in Europe if their COVID-19 shots cause unexpected side-effects, an industry official said on Tuesday, as nearly 40 firms pursue talks on possible authorisation for shots in development.
TOKYO, Sept 22 (Xinhua): A recent survey showed that 64 per cent of Japanese people are willing to work beyond their retirement age mainly due to financial concerns, local media had reported on Monday.
KOTA KINABALU: Early voting for the Sabah state elections has been proceeding smoothly, although 270 police personnel were not able to cast their ballots as they were under quarantine, says the nation’s top cop.
More than 100 babies born to surrogate mothers are stranded in Ukraine as their foreign parents cannot collect them due to border closures imposed during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new law governing supply chains seeks to place greater pressure on international companies to make sure goods are produced under sustainable conditions.
DETROIT (Reuters) - A federal judge in Nevada has dismissed a lawsuit by President Donald Trump's re-election campaign that sought to block the state from sending mail-in ballots to every registered voter, a legal victory for Democrats ahead of November's election.