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BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary and Slovenia eased coronavirus border restrictions on Thursday to allow travel by their citizens between the two countries, their foreign ministers told a joint press conference at the border.
KUALA LUMPUR: Mega First Corporation Bhd reported first quarter net profit of RM57.40mil, boosted by energy sales revenue from the Don Sahong project which was completed in early of the fourth quarter last year.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's A-League, which was suspended in March because of the coronavirus outbreak, will resume in mid-July providing an agreement can be reached with broadcasters, Football Federation Australia said on Thursday.
CAIRO (Reuters) - At dusk on April 10, police entered an apartment in Qalyubia province, north of Cairo, and arrested ophthalmologist Hany Bakr.
BENGALURU: Britain's GlaxoSmithKline laid out plans on Thursday to produce 1 billion doses of vaccine efficacy boosters, or adjuvants, next year as the race to develop and produce a successful solution to the coronavirus crisis heats up.
Pakistan’s intelligence services are deploying secretive surveillance technology normally used to locate militants to instead track coronavirus patients and the people they come into contact with.
Tencent targets more console games as industry booms amid health crisis lockdowns and social distancing
The Chinese Internet giant recently closed deals with Japanese console gaming developers Marvelous and PlatinumGames. A collaboration with Activision Blizzard resulted in Tencent’s most successful console-to-smartphone gaming effort to date, Call Of Duty: Mobile.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India is not at risk of losing hosting rights for next year's Twenty20 World Cup despite its cricket board's failure to secure a tax exemption for the event, a key BCCI official has told Reuters.
KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): Over the past eight years, Dungun-born Dr Salmaan Hussain Inayat Hussain is the only Malaysian toxicology expert ever appointed by the United Nations (UN) to look into the effects of pesticides on food.
TOKYO (Reuters) - At the beginning of April, a young Japanese sumo wrestler known as Shobushi came down with a fever. His coaches tried calling a local public health centre to get him a coronavirus test, but the phone lines were busy.