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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is clamping down on public movement ahead of Pesta Kaamatan due to the growing number of Covid-19 cases in the state.
PARIS (Reuters) - Seven months after the last French Open ended the tournament is back, boosted by the prospect of more spectators despite ongoing COVID-19 restrictions and forecasts of good weather.
(Reuters) - Iga Swiatek has been marked as the favourite to add a second French Open trophy to her cabinet but the teenager's title defence is likely to face a formidable challenge from world number one Ash Barty.
Alphabet Inc’s Google failed to persuade a US judge to block class-action status for a gender-pay disparity lawsuit brought on behalf of almost 11,000 women.
JASIN: A jobless man has been charged in separate courts here with murdering his former brother-in-law, hurting his daughters and ex-wife and assaulting her boyfriend.
New rules governing social media companies in India will make it hard for the firms to operate and give authorities the power to censor Internet users, campaigners warned after WhatsApp filed a suit against the Indian government.
(Reuters) - Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus released a joint statement on Wednesday saying they would not bow down to pressure from European soccer governing body UEFA to put an end to their attempts to launch a breakaway Super League.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): People were cheated of more than S$200,000 by a new type of loan scam in the first four months of this year, with at least 20 police reports made.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary on Wednesday approved a bill essential to the European Union's massive recovery fund, bringing the bloc a step closer to putting the deal into operation and hopefully ending Europe's coronavirus-induced slump.