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PETALING JAYA: Mixed doubles shuttler Tan Kian Meng had readied himself for a possible long wait at the immigration checkpoint due to Covid-19 concerns as he arrived at the Birmingham Airport.To his surprise, the process was smooth.
EDINBURGH (Reuters) - A red card for a moment of recklessness by Mohamed Haouas ended France's hopes of a Six Nations Grand Slam on Sunday, as they lost 28-17 to a clinical Scotland in a meltdown with echoes of their ill-disciplined exit from the World Cup last October.
KUALA LUMPUR: A challenge has been issued to Malaysia’s No. 1 singles and doubles shuttlers Lee Zii Jia and Aaron Chia-Soh Wooi Yik to break their losing streak against their Indonesian nemeses at the All-England.
(Reuters) - Italy has imposed a virtual lockdown across a wide swathe of its wealthy north, including the financial capital Milan, in its latest attempt to contain a growing outbreak of coronavirus.
SEOUL: South Korea has issued a strongly worded protest against Japan’s decision to quarantine South Korean visitors for two weeks, as Covid-19 containment measures ignited a fresh diplomatic row between the Asian nations.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea issued a strongly worded protest on Friday against Japan's decision to quarantine South Korean visitors for two weeks, as coronavirus containment measures ignited a fresh diplomatic row between the Asian nations.
LONDON (Reuters) - Nicholas Latifi will be in a class of his own when the Canadian makes his Formula One race debut with Williams in Melbourne on March 15.
NEW YORK: Goldman Sachs Group Inc. became the first major Wall Street bank to anticipate that global oil demand will contract in 2020 for only the fourth time in nearly 40 years.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singaporeans must be mentally prepared for a spike in coronavirus cases here, Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong said on Tuesday (March 3).
BEIJING/TOKYO: A sharp rebound in world stock markets lost only a little steam on Tuesday (March 3) despite a lack of any immediately gratifying measures after global policymakers pledged to address the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak.