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LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal has extended measures to curb the coronavirus pandemic until at least mid-October, the government announced on Thursday, at a time an increase in the number of daily cases in the country continues to worry authorities at home and abroad.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - An unnamed Belarusian taxi driver who helped a man escape from riot police during protests against veteran leader Alexander Lukashenko has transfixed social media users who have avidly shared footage of the dramatic incident.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Some areas of Sweden are seeing a worrying resurgence of coronavirus infections because many people seem to have set aside months of caution in favour of full-on social life once again, its prime minister said on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: Police are investigating a hit-and-run case that had occurred on Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang.
BEIJING (Xinhua): Based on artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) technology, a Chinese tech company will build a city-level intelligent platform, serving areas such as communities, office buildings, supermarkets and parking lots.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah STAR’s Joe Suleiman is hoping to “slay” Warisan’s Datuk Darell Leiking, a “giant killer” who knocked out Upko president Tan Sri Bernard Dompok six years ago.
PETALING JAYA: A 45-year-old police corporal was detained for allegedly duping a traffic offender over purported discounts on summonses.
Legislation that would allow carmakers to sell as many as 100,000 self-driving vehicles per year in the US is being reintroduced in the US House of Representatives, but one of its biggest cheerleaders is staying on the sidelines until next year.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): As you walk through the doors of Ng Teng Fong General Hospital next month, robots may scan your SafeEntry check-in and record your temperature.
HK judge: Uber’s operations ‘well within mischief’ covered by law, drivers did indeed violate permit regulations
Explaining court’s refusal to overturn convictions of 24 drivers, judge Joseph Fok argues decades-old laws governing carriage of passengers do apply to Uber’s model. Fok reasons Uber drivers still violated statute, even if they ‘have no separate agreement with the passengers being carried’.