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PADUA, Italy (Reuters) - Authorities in northern Italy have begun testing health workers for antibodies that may help identify individuals with immunity to the coronavirus as they look for ways to ease the lockdown imposed a month ago to contain the epidemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-min will begin mandatory military service in his native South Korea while the Premier League remains suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, the London club announced on Monday.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - With the best paid footballers in the world, billionaire club owners, under-pressure politicians and even a millionaire trade union leader involved, it is perhaps hardly surprising that talks on a blanket wage cut in the world's richest league have yet to reach an amicable conclusion.
KUALA LUMPUR: Everything was going right for national squash No. 1 Ng Eain Yow. Training in Bristol, England, he was doing well in tournaments and about to break into the top 20 in the world rankings.A letter from PROF DATUK DR AHMAD IBRAHIM, Fellow, Academy of Sciences Malaysia, UCSI University.
KUALA LUMPUR: Defender Nur Aisyah Yaacob is a talented hockey player and was the top scorer with eight penalty corner goals as Malaysia won their first-ever women’s indoor hockey gold at the Philippines SEA Games in December.
SINGAPORE: To help households cope with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, all Singaporeans aged 21 and above will now receive a one-off payout of S$600 (RM1,814), said Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat, as the government enhanced the payout for a second time in as many months.
IT’S a less talked about business in Malaysia as the various industry players from the other sectors lament about their struggles to pay bills, cope with cash flows and keep jobs. But among the hardest hit is the education business and that means private colleges and universities.
PETALING JAYA: Volatile and even divergent trends in local money supply, deposit and credit growth are expected in the coming quarters as policies and the Covid-19 pandemic continue to play out.
SINGAPORE: Singapore increased its cash payout to individuals and announced additional steps to save jobs as the city-state prepares to severely curtail activities to contain a spike in coronavirus cases
BRATISLAVA (Reuters) - A Slovak court on Monday sentenced former soldier Miroslav Marcek to 23 years in prison for shooting and killing investigative journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancée Martina Kusnirova in February 2018.