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A comparison of global Covid-19 stimulus packages by the Finance Ministry shows that Malaysia’s government assistance is on par with that in developed countries.
Authorities moved thousands of residents of the capital, Manila, out of their low-lying communities as heavy monsoon rain, compounded by a tropical storm, flooded the city and nearby provinces.
Rescuers in India combed through mud and debris Saturday (July 24) in a desperate search for survivors as the death toll from multiple monsoon-triggered landslides climbed to 125, according to officials.
Philippine authorities moved thousands of residents in the capital, Manila, out of low-lying communities on Saturday as heavy monsoon rains, compounded by a tropical storm, flooded the city and nearby provinces.
The pandemic has a new epicenter, with Indonesia taking the lead in the dismal Covid-19 stakes after a recent streak of 50,000 infections a day.
Glaciers in the Swiss Alps are in steady decline, losing a full two per cent of their volume last year alone, according to an annual study published by the Swiss Academies of Science.
KUALA LUMPUR: A new early warning system using satellite data to sound the alarm on growing threats to the world's tropical forests, including worsening drought and logging, aims to stop them reaching a point of no return, scientists said on Friday.
ST PETERSBURG (Reuters) - Russia plans to build its first batch of icebreakers that are powered by liquified natural gas, a top official said on Friday, returning to an idea that was put on hold.
THE move by the AmBank group to sell its stake in its insurance arm to American firm Liberty Insurance is not surprising.
SEOUL (Reuters): The United States is seeking a "reliable, predictable and constructive" way to secure progress in stalled denuclearisation talks with North Korea, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman said on Friday (July 23).