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JAKARTA: Indonesia is set to release about 30,000 prisoners early as the South-East Asian nation seeks to avoid a possible surge in Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases and infections in its overcrowded prisons.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia is set to release about 30,000 prisoners early as the Southeast Asian nation seeks to avoid a possible surge in coronavirus infections in its overcrowded prisons.
MANY of us would have seen pictures of US President Donald Trump signing the historic trillion-dollar coronavirus stimulus bill in a recent ceremony at the White House.
IPOH: Perak PAS commissioner Razman Zakaria and secretary Mohd Akmal Kamaruddin have been sworn in as state executive council members.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The coronavirus epidemic is "far from over" in the Asia-Pacific region, and current measures to curb the spread of the virus are buying time for countries to prepare for large-scale community transmissions, a WHO official said on Tuesday.
Exclusive: Japan businessman paid $8.2 million by Tokyo Olympics bid lobbied figure at centre of French corruption probe
TOKYO/PARIS (Reuters) - A businessman who received millions of dollars for his work on Tokyo's successful campaign to host the 2020 Olympics, which was postponed last week due to the coronavirus, said he played a key role in securing the support of a former Olympics powerbroker suspected by French prosecutors of taking bribes to help Japan's bid.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Coronavirus infections in Japan topped 2,000 cases on Tuesday, according to a Reuters calculation based on ministry data and media reports.
PETALING JAYA: While most athletes are fearing that the enforced stay at home order and lack of intense training will make them gain weight, national karate exponent S. Prem Kumar (pic) is looking to do just that – get heavier.
PETALING JAYA: The government’s pledge to expedite major infrastructure projects, including the East Coast Railway Link Project (ECRL) and the Mass Rapid Transit Line 2 (MRT2), has provided a much-needed certainty on project continuity following a power transition in early March
TOKYO: Japan plans to extend its ban on foreign entrants to cover those who have recently been to the United States, China and South Korea and most parts of Europe in bid to curb the import and spread of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, state sources said on Monday (March 30).