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(Reuters) - England's Jonny Bairstow has withdrawn from the Melbourne Stars' upcoming Big Bash League campaign after he was recalled for international duty, the Australian Twenty20 franchise said on Thursday.
HAJJAH, Yemen (Reuters) - Four months ago 10-year-old Hassan Merzam Muhammad was so severely malnourished he was unable to walk or react, carried limp into a Yemeni clinic by his father.
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron postponed an interview to news website Brut to Friday following the death of Former President Valery Giscard d'Estaing, Brut said on Thursday.
Police have arrested a man after a Maryland woman said she captured an intruder on video breaking into her apartment as she recorded herself dancing.
HONG KONG: The rush by U.S-listed Chinese companies to secure a secondary listing in Hong Kong or China is only set to intensify as the United States readies a new law allowing it to kick firms off its exchanges if they do not comply with U.S. auditing rules.
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - Indian government ministers began talks with farmers' leaders on Thursday to try and break a deadlock over laws passed earlier this year seeking to deregulate the agriculture sector that has ignited the country's biggest farm protests in years.
A group of US states led by New York is investigating Facebook Inc for possible antitrust violations and plans to file a lawsuit against the social media giant next week, four sources familiar with the matter said on Dec 2.
(Reuters) - Refugees and humanitarian workers said on Thursday some of the thousands of Rohingya being shipped to a remote island had been coerced, despite government assertions that none would be forced to go.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters): Alibaba Group's Cainiao is in talks with Chinese vaccine makers over Covid-19 vaccine logistics, a spokeswoman said on Thursday (Dec 3), as the company launched a partnership with Ethiopian Airlines to transport medicine to the Middle East and Africa.
(Reuters) - The mayor of Los Angeles ordered residents on Wednesday to stay in their homes and banned social gatherings as part of new measures to rein in a surge in coronavirus infections.