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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bipartisan group of senators has proposed legislation that would impose sanctions on Chinese officials involved in enforcing exit bans on U.S. officials in China.
(Reuters) - Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta said on Wednesday that he is looking to help Alexandre Lacazette rediscover his goal-scoring touch with fellow striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang set to serve a three-match ban.
(Reuters) - Athletes are not just sports role models and should speak out about social and political issues just like U.S. soccer player Megan Rapinoe at last year's World Cup, the CEO of independent German athletes' association Athleten Deutschland said.
PETALING JAYA: After more than two years of decline against the US dollar, the ringgit is expected to strengthen to between RM4 and RM4.10 against the greenback this year, according to Standard Chartered.
KUALA LUMPUR: The quantity of refined palm oil exports from Malaysia to India is relatively small, roughly US$300mil a year.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN): The Philippine government has imposed a total deployment ban of Filipino workers to Kuwait, following the death of Jeanelyn Villavende, who was tortured and sexually abused by her employers.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Ben Stokes was named ICC Player of the Year on Wednesday after a red-hot 12 months during which the all-rounder helped England to a maiden 50-overs World Cup crown.
TikTok overtakes Facebook to become world’s second most downloaded app as rivals challenge its short video dominance
TikTok owner ByteDance still generates most its revenue from China, despite the app’s rapid international expansion. The report excluded Apple apps and Google pre-installed apps and did not include Android downloads from third-party stores.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - The Turkish Constitutional Court on Wednesday issued a detailed version of last month's ruling that a more than two-year block on access to online encyclopedia Wikipedia in Turkey was a violation of freedom of expression.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - A Cambodian court convened on Wednesday to begin the trial of opposition party leader Kem Sokha on charges of treason in a case that has drawn condemnation from rights groups as a move by longtime leader Hun Sen to crush political rivals.