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A conspiracy theory linking 5G technology to the outbreak of the coronavirus is quickly gaining momentum, with celebrities including actor Woody Harrelson promoting the idea. But the theory is also getting a boost from what some researchers say is a coordinated disinformation campaign.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland's top court rejected Attorney General Michael Lauber's bid to rejoin investigations of corruption in soccer, refusing to overturn a lower court's ruling that his closed-door meetings with FIFA's head had raised the appearance of bias.
(Reuters) - For weeks, President Donald Trump has dominated television coverage with daily White House briefings on the coronavirus pandemic, declaring himself a "wartime president" and touting his administration's response.
HONG KONG (AFP): Equities rose Thursday (April 9) as traders bought into optimism that the coronavirus crisis could be nearing its apex, while hopes that top oil producers will agree to a massive output cut added to the positive vibe and pushed crude prices up.
DANANG (Vietnam News/ANN): The People’s Committee of Danang has approved the establishment of the Danang Tourism Promotion Fund (DTPF) with initial charter capital of VNĐ1.6 billion (US$70,000).
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians don't think the media's coverage of the Covid-19 outbreak in the country is exaggerated, a survey has found.
PETALING JAYA: Earning of oil and gas (O&G) companies would be “slightly” affected by the movement control order (MCO) due to stricter operating environment and lower number of workers, according to Public Investment Research.
MELBOURNE/SINGAPORE: Oil prices rose on Thursday on expectations the world's largest oil producers would agree to cut production at a meeting later in the day as the industry grapples with a coronavirus-driven collapse in global oil demand.
US and British cybersecurity agencies warned April 8 that foreign government-backed hacking groups are using coronavirus themes to ply their way into computers and networks.
LONDON: UK-listed companies could cancel about US$60 billion in dividend payments this year following Britain's lockdown and calls from regulators to preserve cash during the coronavirus crisis, according to a report by analytics company Link Group.