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ROME (Reuters) - Italy has loosened restrictions on arms exports to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, government sources said on Tuesday, in a move aimed at easing diplomatic tensions with the two Gulf states.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) -Pope Francis' progress following intestinal surgery is going normally, and he slept well and got up to walk, the Vatican said on Tuesday.
BRASÍLIA (Reuters) - Some 48.2% of Brazilians believe the administration of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is "bad" or "terrible," according to results of an opinion poll by CNT/MDA released on Monday, up from 35.5% in February.
PETALING JAYA: With speculation that the Umno supreme council will meet today, the main question being asked is whether party leaders will push for Umno to exit the Perikatan Nasional government despite the earlier failed attempts.
PETALING JAYA: More than 13,000 workers have been inoculated so far under the Selangor government’s Covid-19 vaccination programme, Selvax, with 2.9 million employees from 62,000 companies signed up to date.
ISMAILIA, Egypt (Reuters) -The owners and insurers of the Ever Given container ship that blocked the Suez Canal in March said on Sunday a formal settlement had been agreed in a compensation dispute, and the canal authority said the vessel would be allowed to sail on July 7.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's Supreme Court Justice Rosa Weber late on Friday authorized an investigation of President Jair Bolsonaro by the top prosecutor's office, or PGR, for dereliction of duty in the process of procuring an Indian COVID-19 vaccine, according to a copy of the decision seen by Reuters.
PETALING JAYA: The upcoming Dewan Rakyat proceedings will be extremely important because it is an opportunity to introduce laws and policies to assist Malaysians who are economically affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, say Opposition MPs.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Police arrested Javier Tarazona, director of Venezuelan human rights non-governmental group Fundaredes, two days after he held a news conference in Caracas alleging links between members of the government and illegal armed groups from Colombia.
BRASILIA (Reuters) -Brazil's top prosecutor agreed on Friday to request an investigation of President Jair Bolsonaro for dereliction of duty in the process of procuring an Indian COVID-19 vaccine, according to a copy of the request seen by Reuters.