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JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - The African Union's disease control body said on Thursday that it was not "walking away" from AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, after trial data showed it had greatly reduced efficacy against the coronavirus variant dominant in South Africa.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - The U.S. ambassador to Lebanon paid a rare visit to a quarter of Beirut that is a Hezbollah stronghold on Thursday to attend the memorial service for political researcher and activist Lokman Slim.
PUTRAJAYA: Gerakan’s entry into Perikatan Nasional will strengthen the coalition’s credentials as a multiracial grouping of political parties, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
PUTRAJAYA: As the newest member of Perikatan Nasional, Gerakan has pledged to become the voice of moderation and multiracialism within the coalition.
DENPASAR, Indonesia (Reuters) - A British man jailed for his role in the death of an Indonesian policeman in 2016 on a beach in Bali was released on Thursday after serving his sentence.
TAPOVAN, India (Reuters) - Authorities in India warned on Thursday of rising water levels in a Himalayan river valley hit by a major avalanche as they scaled back a search for 35 construction workers trapped in a flooded tunnel.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Qatar is working to de-escalate tension in the region by advocating for a return to the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, state media quoted its foreign minister as saying.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand male lawmakers are no longer required to wear a necktie in parliament after the rule was dropped following a Maori MP's protest, calling a tie a 'colonial noose'.
Biden to be 'hardheaded' with Xi, but wants opportunity for 'open communication': administration official
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden will be "practical, hard-headed and clear-eyed" in dealings with Chinese President Xi Jinping, but wants the opportunity to have an open line of communication despite U.S. concerns about Chinese behavior, a senior Biden administration official said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Myanmar's new junta leader on Thursday called on civil servants to return to work and urged people to stop mass gatherings to avoid spreading coronavirus, as a sixth day of protests against him and his coup spanned the Southeast Asian country.