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KUALA LUMPUR: Since the first movement control order was implemented in March 2020, indexed crime cases have dropped by at least 32%, says Bukit Aman.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Passengers flying into India's biggest airports on Wednesday complained of long waits and confusion as authorities sought to impose rules to try to stop the spread of a new more transmissible variant of the coronavirus.
NYS governor slams White House's COVID-19 response as chief of staff says U.S. not to control pandemic
NEW YORK, Oct. 25 (Xinhua) -- New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Sunday that COVID-19 can be defeated, while questioning the White House's inaction as its Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said that the country is "not going to control the pandemic."
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Crime, violence, poverty, ill health and air pollution have all declined in the European Union over the last five years - but gender inequality has worsened and efforts to fight climate change have achieved little.
HONG KONG: Fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections in some parts of the world weighed on equities Tuesday (May 12), bringing a dose of hard reality to markets after weeks of rallies fuelled by the easing of lockdown measures and hopes for economic recovery.
HONG KONG: Stock markets suffered steep losses on Monday (May 4), tracking a selloff in New York after Donald Trump sparked fears of a renewed trade war with China over its role in the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets suffered steep losses Monday, tracking a selloff in New York after Donald Trump sparked fears of a renewed trade war with China over its role in the coronavirus pandemic.
HONG KONG: US crude prices bounced back on Tuesday (April 21) but were unable to keep in positive territory, a day after crashing below US$0 for the first time owing to crippled demand and a storage glut, while the commodity rout sent equities sharply lower.
HONG KONG: Asian markets fluctuated on Tuesday (March 17) after Wall Street suffered its worst day in more than three decades with the Covid-19 (coronavirus) panic sweeping the planet, though European equities enjoyed an early bounce.