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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With polls showing him trailing Democrat Joe Biden with less than a month to go before the U.S. election, President Donald Trump appears to be re-embracing the risky strategy of playing down the coronavirus despite signs it could further diminish his re-election chances.
THE only thing that is constant in the world today is change.
YANGON (Reuters) - A smartphone app produced for Myanmar’s Nov. 8 election with help from international organizations appears to have been removed from circulation and may be amended after criticism over its use of a label for Rohingya Muslims that the Rohingya view as derogatory.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspected recovery efforts in a flooded village, his latest visit to areas damaged by recent typhoons, while his sister reappeared in public for the first time in about two months, state media said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's campaign said on Thursday it would launch an in-person voter-canvassing operation in several battleground states, shifting tactics in the final weeks of a race upended by the coronavirus pandemic.
(Reuters) - Money cascaded into presidential nominee Joe Biden's campaign and his Democratic Party on the heels of his rancorous debate with President Donald Trump, potentially widening Biden's financial edge as the White House race enters its final month.
PETALING JAYA: Local tourism players are counting on the special Kita Prihatin assistance package from the government to save the industry.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - In Thai classrooms, showing a rebellious or creative streak through what you wear is difficult.
ABOUT 27.7% (1 out of 4) Indonesian children under five years of age remain stunted, despite massive efforts by the government. This figure from the Health Ministry’s 2019 Basic Health Survey (Riskedas) indicates an improvement from the 2018 national average of 31.8%. But with a stunting prevalence of 42.6% East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) — one of the archipelago’s most deprived and neglected regions — is perhaps a better gauge of the nation’s success, if not trials and tribulations, in its ongoing battle against this scourge.