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BEIJING: The volume of passenger trips during the Spring Festival travel rush this year is expected to be 45% lower than last year due to the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, with no peak in the number of return trips, said China's Ministry of Transport on Saturday (Feb 15).
JAKARTA: Rebels in Indonesia's Papua province said on Saturday (Feb 15) that they had seized weapons and ammunition from a military helicopter that crashed eight months ago in jungle-covered mountains.
BANGKOK: Thai tourism officials have again been floating the idea of granting visa-free entry to Chinese tourists.
PETALING JAYA: A second repatriation to bring back the remaining Malaysians stranded in Hubei province is expected to be carried out in over a week's time, say sources.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The United States said it would send an aircraft to Japan to bring back U.S. passengers on the quarantined cruise ship Diamond Princess, where the most coronavirus infections outside China have occurred.
It’s best to remain calm and not call after the dog in a panicky voice. That’s because dogs can hear the panic in your voice, and this might only make the frightened animal stay away.
SEATTLE/WASHINGTON: Boeing Co told the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration it does not believe it needs to separate wiring bundles on its grounded 737 MAX jetliner that regulators have warned could short circuit and cause catastrophic consequences, people familiar with the matter said on Friday.
WE are used to say the axiom: “When the Wall Street sneezes, the rest of the world catch a cold”. This time around, Wall Street is still at near record high and it has not “sneezed” but half way around the globe, we have a new bug, and the world is catching a cold. Yes, it’s the coronavirus or what is now known as Covid-19.
IT is that time of the year again when the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) declares its dividend to its 14.59 million contributors.