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SYDNEY/MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's Victoria state on Wednesday said the daily rise in infections in its coronavirus hot spot of Melbourne has eased further, putting it on course to relax an extended hard lockdown in the city by the end of the month.
OTTAWA, Sept. 15 (Xinhua) -- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday Canada will unveil retaliatory measures to counter "unjust" American aluminum tariffs.
KOTA KINABALU: The Opposition’s candidate for Sabah chief minister appears to be a contentious issue after Barisan Nasional chairman Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi warned leaders not to speak about the matter until the state election is concluded.
BANGKOK, Sept 15 (Xinhua): Thai Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam on Tuesday reiterated that authorities, allegedly involved in mishandling of the high-profile hit-and-run case of a Red Bull family member, have only seven days to hand in their updated investigation reports.
KUALA LUMPUR: A portion of a US$3bil (RM12.39bil) bond raised by 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) was used to buy land in Ayer Itam, Penang, as well as in Umno’s political campaign during the 13th General Election in 2013, the High Court heard.
TOKYO, Sept 15 (Reuters): Japanese ruling party head Yoshihide Suga, in line to become the next prime minister, appeared set on Tuesday to continue his predecessor's policies by keeping key cabinet ministers and party officials in their posts, as he had promised.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese ruling party head Yoshihide Suga, in line to become the next prime minister, appeared set on Tuesday to continue his predecessor's policies by keeping key cabinet ministers and party officials in their posts, as he had promised.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi will retain his post in the new cabinet to be announced on Wednesday by presumptive prime minister-elect Yoshihide Suga, Kyodo news reported.
TORONTO/VANCOUVER (Reuters) - Canada's three biggest provinces are seeing a pick-up in new COVID-19 cases, as officials do little to slow the virus beyond urging people to be more careful, and doctors warn school reopenings will boost demand for testing.