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MILAN (Reuters) - Telecom Italia (TIM) shares fell for a straight second day on Wednesday following an internal meeting over plans to revamp the former phone monopoly while a takeover approach by U.S. fund KKR remains unanswered.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Groups representing the descendants of South Africa's earliest inhabitants, the Khoi and San, went to court on Wednesday to try to halt construction of Amazon's new 70,000-square metre Africa headquarters on land they regard as sacred.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): More than a third of all Indonesian deaths overseas that are associated with Covid-19 have occurred in Saudi Arabia, the Foreign Ministry has revealed, as authorities grapple with the dilemma of protecting undocumented workers and allowing its people to resume religious pilgrimages there.
(Reuters) - Britain-based digital banking app Revolut launched commission-free stock trading in the United States on Wednesday, a move that will see it compete with online brokerages such as Robinhood Markets Inc and Charles Schwab Corp.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Cruise line Dream Cruises will continue to operate cruises here, even after its parent company Genting Hong Kong filed to be wound up on Wednesday (Jan 19).
DUBAI (Reuters) - Ismail Hassan, a Yemeni father of ten, houses his family in an abandoned shop and scavenges recyclable items from rubbish bins to feed them.
We are beyond debating whether we are in the midst of a planetary health crisis – to argue merits is to waste the limited time we have to do something about it.
(Reuters) - Myanmar's Shan United and Hantharwady United have pulled out of this season's Asian Champions League and AFC Cup respectively, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) said on Wednesday.
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Agriculture and Fisheries Ministry will appeal to the Finance Ministry to request for the State Sales Tax (SST) imposed on fish exports to be deferred again.
SEOUL (Reuters) -Retail investors bid for a record 114 trillion won ($96 billion) worth of shares in the IPO of South Korean battery maker LG Energy Solution (LGES), adding to the frenzy for a piece of the biggest public offering in the country.