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PETALING JAYA: Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Azhar Azizan Harun has confirmed that two MPs and 12 Parliament staff have tested positive for Covid-19, while another 58 Parliament staff and five or six MPs are under home quarantine.
TOKYO (Reuters) -The Dutch rowing team has agreed to separate itself from other competitors after one of its athletes, a coach and a staff member all tested positive for COVID-19, the team's performance director told Reuters on Monday.
TUNIS (Reuters) -Tunisia's president dismissed the government and froze parliament on Sunday in a dramatic escalation of a political crisis that his opponents labelled a coup, calling their own supporters to come onto the streets in protest.
PETALING JAYA: The historic five-day special sitting of Dewan Rakyat begins today under a cloud of dramatic surge in daily Covid-19 infections, which have gone over 17,000 cases.
SHANGHAI: Typhoon In-Fa hit China’s east coast south of Shanghai, after flights and trains were cancelled and the public was ordered to stay indoors.
Coronavirus: ‘Hong Kong delays plan to ease rules on vaccinated arrivals, fears move will jeopardise cross-border travel with mainland China’
The government was last week preparing to allow arrivals from high-risk places to enter the city, provided they had reliable proof of vaccinationBut officials have postponed the idea, which critics had warned could undermine talks with Beijing on resuming quarantine-free cross-border travel
BEIJING, July 25 (REUTERS, AFP): Chinese commercial hub Shanghai and neighbouring coastal regions cancelled all flights, slowed or suspended subway trains and shuttered businesses as Typhoon In-Fa made landfall on Sunday (July 25)
TOKYO (Reuters) - Rowing at the Tokyo Olympics faces yet more disruption to its schedule due to the threat of inclement weather, with the World Rowing Executive Committee wiping clear Tuesday's programme and reshuffling the races for later in the week.
(Reuters) - The Pakistan Super League (PSL) will be held in January and February next year, the country's cricket board said on Saturday following a meeting with the Twenty20 tournament's franchises.
Vietnam reports record 7,968 coronavirus cases on Saturday; cases continues to soar in South-East Asia country
Vietnam's health ministry reported 7,968 coronavirus infections on Saturday, a record daily increase and up from Friday's record of 7,307.