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BEIJING (Bloomberg): Chinese President Xi Jinping pledges to hold a successful Winter Olympics next year in Beijing, responding to challenges the event faces from the coronavirus pandemic and international criticism over alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
PETALING JAYA: An astronomer from Universiti Malaya (UM) is the first author to publish data from captured images of the closest look at a violent jet emitted by a supermassive black hole.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazil's P1 coronavirus variant, behind a deadly COVID-19 surge in the Latin American country that has raised international alarm, is mutating in ways that could make it better able to evade antibodies, according to scientists studying the virus.
PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry has taken down a few more controversial articles from its MyHealth portal, a day after they deleted an old article about sexual harassment.
In the midst of the heated US presidential race last summer, with hypercharged scrutiny of partisan propaganda on social media, Facebook Inc chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg received a letter from a group of US senators led by Massachusetts Democrat Elizabeth Warren that had nothing to do with elections. They were angry about a year-old piece of climate news.
Impatience has been building with every new project that author George R.R. Martin takes on
Study of 236,000 US patients finds 34 per cent were diagnosed with mental or neurological conditions within six months of being infected with the coronavirusResults ‘provide a strong argument for the inclusion of mental health assessment and support as part of the standard aftercare pathway for survivors of Covid-19’, clinical adviser to mental health charity says
A recent study has found that messaging other people is more likely to make you feel more connected to the outside world than video chat.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Disease, the rich-poor gap, climate change and conflicts within and among nations will pose greater challenges in coming decades, with the COVID-19 pandemic already worsening some of those problems, a U.S. intelligence report said on Thursday.