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BERLIN: German sportswear company Adidas raised its 2021 sales outlook on Friday, saying it expects strong demand for new products despite ongoing lockdowns in Europe, supply chain challenges and political tensions.
KUALA LUMPUR: Ramadan and Aidilfitri bazaars in Kuala Lumpur will be allowed to operate with limited hours throughout the movement control order, which begins today until May 20, says Federal Territories Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa.
Parliament unanimously passes Act party’s motion on treatment of Uygurs in Xinjiang after genocide reference removed‘Unfortunately, we are only having half this debate, this is not the debate that I proposed to Parliament last week,’ Act’s deputy leader Brooke van Velden says
Group set to devote more time to discussing approach to Beijing than any other topic as West seeks to reassert its role as a global leaderGuests at the meeting include several key Indo-Pacific nations, including Australia, India and South Korea
The Group of Seven wealthy democracies on Tuesday (May 4) discussed how to form a common front towards an increasingly assertive China in the foreign ministers' first in-person talks in two years.
PUTRAJAYA: Hosting open house will not be allowed again for the upcoming Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration but households can receive guests during the festivity with the exception of those in the enhanced movement control order areas.
STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) - Sixteen year-old Mariem Chourak is a devout Muslim who considers wearing a hijab an expression of her devotion to the Prophet Mohammad, but a proposal by French senators might soon deny her the freedom to do so in public spaces.
KUCHING: The coming Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration in Sarawak will be limited to immediate family members only, says the state disaster management committee.
Ali and his wife, Fartun, plan to continue cuddling and caring for their daughters, while holding on to hope that somehow, someone from somewhere will reach out a hand to help.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - With COVID-19 restrictions preventing Barcelona's Islamic population from celebrating Ramadan at the usual indoor venues, a Catholic church has offered up its open-air cloisters for Muslims to eat and pray together.