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JAKARTA: PT Garuda Indonesia needs to completely restructure its business, potentially reducing the number of planes it operates to less than half its main fleet as it seeks to survive the crisis wrought by the pandemic, its president told staff this week.
PT Garuda Indonesia needs to completely restructure its business, potentially reducing the number of planes it operates to less than half its main fleet as it seeks to survive the crisis wrought by the pandemic, its president told staff this week.
PETALING JAYA: With news of tighter enforcement of MCO 3.0 on the cards, Malaysians have taken to social media to express their peace of mind and offer suggestions, while some also took the government to task for not making the announcement sooner.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iran has hand picked hundreds of trusted fighters from among the cadres of its most powerful militia allies in Iraq, forming smaller, elite and fiercely loyal factions in a shift away from relying on large groups with which it once exerted influence.
GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) -Guatemala on Wednesday dropped a graft charge against a jailed former president and arrested former investigators who built cases against him, hours before a White House meeting to discuss concerns about the rule of law in the Central American nation.
KRUGERSDORP, South Africa (Reuters) - Hope and excitement gripped the Munsieville care home in the South African mining city of Krugersdorp on Monday, when people over the age of 60 were called to receive the COVID-19 vaccine for the first time.
Philippine Airlines Inc. is in talks with plane lessors about reducing its fleet size and has told them it’s considering a Chapter 11 filing in the U.S. to carry out a restructuring, according to people familiar with the plan.
Traditional Malay wood carver Muhaimin Hasbollah says resilience is what gets us through tough times
GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters): Palestinian fighters fired more rockets into Israel's commercial heartland on Thursday as Israel kept up a punishing bombing campaign in the Gaza Strip and massed tanks and troops on the enclave's border.
GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israel killed a Hamas commander and vowed no let-up in its Gaza barrages on Wednesday as Palestinian fighters rained rockets far across the border and Washington dispatched an envoy to try to calm their most intense hostilities in years.