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PUTRAJAYA: Mamak restaurant operators are feeling the pinch this Ramadan due to a hike in the price of chicken and other items.
CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - Canada's opposition Conservative Party on Thursday dropped its resistance to carbon pricing and adopted it as part of its own climate plan, reversing a long-held position that could put it at odds with some of its staunchest supporters.
LONDON (Reuters) - Following are details of the funeral this Saturday for Britain's Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth's husband, who died on April 9 aged 99.
Leshi, once hailed as ‘China’s Netflix’, and founder Jia Yueting hit with fines worth US$73.6 million in China for financial fraud
Leshi is fined 240.6 million yuan, and Jia is fined 241 million yuan for falsifying earnings, misreporting facts in IPO documentsFines come after Jia’s EV start-up FF, which has merged with a blank-cheque company, attempts to raise money in US
WINDSOR, England, April 12 (Reuters) - Prince Harry, whose explosive interview alongside his wife Meghan plunged the royal family into its biggest crisis in decades, has arrived back in Britain for Prince Philip's funeral on Saturday.
PARIS (Reuters) - France said on Sunday it was too soon to say whether holidays abroad would be possible this summer as a third wave of coronavirus infections continues to spread through Europe.
LONDON (Reuters) -The death of Prince Philip has left a huge void for his wife Queen Elizabeth and Britain has lost its "grandfather", his son Prince Andrew said on Sunday, as tributes poured in and the royals thanked the public for its support.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israel's defence minister pledged on Sunday to cooperate with the United States on Iran, voicing hope that Israeli security would be safeguarded under any renewed Iranian nuclear deal that Washington reaches.
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain's Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth's husband who died on Friday aged 99, will have a ceremonial funeral on Saturday April 17 without any public access or public procession, Buckingham Palace said.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Britain's irreverent media sometimes referred to him as "Phil the Greek" but in fact, Prince Philip only lived in the land of his birth for 18 months before his family was forced into exile while he was an infant.