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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore will head to the polls on July 10 after its prime minister said he was satisfied a ballot could be held safely despite criticism that such a move might endanger voters during the coronavirus pandemic.
UNIVERSITY students in Malaysia can be rest assured that robots will not be taking over their convocation ceremonies.
BUKIT MERTAJAM: Ten days of online masses, round-the-clock broadcasting of St Anne’s statue and virtual channels for offerings are being lined up for next month’s St Anne’s Feast.
TUMPAT (Bernama): Where can you find a wide range of food and drinks sold at RM1 per serving nowadays? This price tag can still be found in Kampung Delima here.
PETALING JAYA: Schools are set to reopen in a week and tuition centres are hoping that they too will be allowed to reopen soon.Some centres said this would help students better prepare for their upcoming exams, especially those in Forms Five and Six.
PETALING JAYA: The implementation of mega people-centred programmes such as the Prihatin Rakyat Economic Stimulus Package and the National Economic Revival Plan (Penjana), which are worth RM295bil altogether, will be strictly monitored.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Cheerleading squads in South Korea kick off a rousing pep rally each year as two rival universities go head-to-head at a famous campus festival, but this year they performed in a vast empty ampitheatre because of coronavirus restrictions.
BRUSSELS/MADRID (Reuters) - European nations eased border controls on Monday as coronavirus cases declined after three months of lockdown, with Germans escaping to holiday destinations and French people streaming into Belgium to buy cheap cigarettes.
GONE with the wind is gone.