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AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Social curbs in the Netherlands will be extended through the end-of-year holidays due to stubbornly high COVID-19 infection rates, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Tuesday.
TOKYO: Sentiment among Japanese manufacturers and service-sector firms in December improved to its least pessimistic since February, as businesses eyed a slow and bumpy recovery from COVID-19 disruptions, a Reuters poll showed on Tuesday.
Mourinho’s side favourites to inflict more pain on out-of-sorts Arsenal as they maintain title push.
MANAMA (Reuters) - French driver Romain Grosjean is expected to stay in hospital until Tuesday after his fiery Bahrain Grand Prix crash, his Haas team said.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany could start administering shots of COVID-19 vaccines as soon as next month, Health Minister Jens Spahn was quoted as saying.
LONDON (Reuters) - Not many forwards live by the 'Hakuna matata', or 'No worries', philosophy of Disney's "Lion King" but England's Maro Itoje has that unusual combination of laid-back ferocity that makes him one of the most dangerous players in Test rugby.
LONDON (Reuters) - England coach Eddie Jones has reverted to his World Cup back row of Tom Curry, Sam Underhill and Billy Vunipola to face Ireland at Twickenham on Saturday, a side he described as the best poaching team in Europe.
(Reuters) - Roger Federer's recovery from a knee injury is going well and the Swiss great expects to be able to play a "big" Australian Open, his coach Ivan Ljubicic says.
PETALING JAYA: Super League newcomers UiTM have had a season to remember as they finished a creditable sixth.
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Ivory Coast appeared to have averted large-scale violence on Saturday in a presidential election boycotted by the opposition, although there were conflicting reports of scattered unrest in the provinces.