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(Reuters) - Greece will not accept strict European Union conditions on the use of the coronavirus emergency aid, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis told the Financial Times newspaper in an interview published on Sunday.
TORONTO (Reuters) - The Canadian province of Ontario will crack down on "fly-by-night" recruitment agencies sending workers on to farms, the premier said on Monday, after a testing blitz identified a major coronavirus outbreak on a farm in southwestern Ontario.
As Britain's Covid-19 infections soared in the spring, the government reached for what it hoped could be a game changer – a smartphone app that could automate some of the work of human contact tracers.
(Reuters) - Here is a selection of quotes about the global COVID-19 pandemic, which has infected 10 million people and killed nearly 500,000 people so far.
THE latest accounting scandal at Germany’s Wirecard AG has once again demonstrated the importance of governance within the fintech sphere
TOKYO (Reuters) - Daiichi Sankyo Co <4568.T> is in discussions to provide supplies of a potential coronavirus vaccine now being developed by AstraZeneca Plc
PETALING JAYA: The application by actress Zarina Anjoulie for the High Court to enter a judgment against actress Amyza Aznan, who failed to respond to a RM3mil defamation suit, is set to be heard on July 10.
KUALA LUMPUR: The decision by the Federal Territories Ministry to nullify the 120-year-old Malay Agricultural Settlement Board (MAS) in Kampung Baru has no basis in law, says honorary secretary Shamsuri Suradi.
(Reuters) - London Marathon race director Hugh Brasher said on Friday that organisers are working to ensure the rescheduled race is held on Oct. 4 despite the cancellation of September's Great North Run due to the COVID-19 pandemic.