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KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Islam Malaysia Bhd has contacted 380,000 of its individual and small and medium enterprise (SME) customers in stages through the short message service since last week to provide targeted moratorium extension.
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Nico Hulkenberg will continue as a stand-in for Racing Point at Formula One's 70th Anniversary Grand Prix on Sunday after Mexican Sergio Perez again tested positive for COVID-19, the team said on Friday.
CAIRO (Reuters) - When dozens of Egyptians began posting accounts of sexual assault on social media last month, activists sensed a "#MeToo" moment in a nation where women have long felt disadvantaged.
MADRID/DUBAI (Reuters) - Former Spanish king Juan Carlos has been staying at Abu Dhabi's exclusive Emirates Palace Hotel since leaving Spain aboard a private jet on Monday under a cloud of financial scandal involving Saudi Arabia, newspaper ABC said on Friday.
KUALA LUMPUR: The private sector from Malaysia and Singapore is very keen to find out how they could be involved in the new plans for the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR), says the Malaysia-Singapore Business Council (MSBC).
Since the World Health Organisation declared the novel coronavirus an international health emergency in January, Facebook Inc has removed more than seven million pieces of content with false claims about the virus that could pose an immediate health risk to people who believe them.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Hundreds of South Korean trainee doctors went on strike on Friday to protest a government plan to boost the number of medical students in the country, arguing it would be a poor use of additional funding for the sector.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Nearly half the workers at private firms in Australia's Victoria state, around 1.5 million people, will receive a federal wage subsidy as a surge of coronavirus cases forces a near total lockdown in the state, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said on Friday.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Newly-appointed economic ministers will find it severely difficult to rescue the economy from the Covid-19 fallout, given dwindling financial resources, rising unemployment and the global threat of a second-wave contagion, warn economists
New book offers a primer of obscure Malaysian pop music from the 1960s and 70s.