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PETALING JAYA: The majority of Malaysians surveyed in a National Security Council (NSC) online poll want a tougher movement control order (MCO).
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgian football defended its decision to end the season in a call with UEFA on Friday after the governing body threatened countries that do not attempt to complete their league campaign with a ban from continental club competition.
JAKARTA: Indonesia reported its biggest daily spike in confirmedcovid-19 (coronavirus) infections as the nation’s death toll from the pandemic surpassed South Korea to become the highest in Asia after China.
PARIS/BERLIN (Reuters) - The global scramble to secure face masks to shield frontline workers from the coronavirus has turned the marketplace into the "Wild West", with the United States often ready to outbid buyers who have already signed deals, officials from Europe to the Americas say.
KUMMING: The southwestern Chinese province of Yunnan implemented closed-off management on local forests, banning unauthorised entries, amid mounting pressure on forest fire prevention, local authorities said on Friday (April 3).
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia may continue to ban mass gatherings for the rest of the year even after the movement control order (MCO) is lifted.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian decision to ban most Western food imports, taken in anger six years ago, is helping Moscow navigate the coronavirus crisis, giving it enough homegrown stocks to withstand panic buying and greater leeway on its agricultural export policy.
SINGAPORE: Most workplaces to close, schools will move to full home-based learning from next week, says PM Lee Hsien Loong. Singapore puts in place a "circuit breaker" to pre-empt escalating coronavirus infections.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Ravi Prasad Gupta, a worker at a pipe plant in the western Indian state of Gujarat, for years proudly supported Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his promise to usher in "good days" for millions of impoverished labourers.
ISLAMABAD/DHAKA (Reuters) - Police in Pakistan will enforce a strict lockdown to prevent people from going to mosques to offer Friday prayers and fuel a rise in coronavirus infection, officials said, after failing to prevent large congregations last week.