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Indonesia reports 28,228 newly-confirmed Covid19 cases, 1,487 new deaths as govt announce new virus measures
The Indonesian Health Ministry reported on Monday that the coronavirus cases across the country rose by 28,228 within the past 24 hours to 3,194,733 with the death toll adding by 1,487 to 84,766.
Vietnam PM pledges reform and development as country's Covid-19 cases continue to soar; 7,882 new cases on Monday (July 26)
Pham Minh Chinh, 63, was re-elected as the Prime Minister of Vietnam for the next five years by the ongoing first session of the 15th-tenure National Assembly on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - PayPal Holdings Inc is partnering with non-profit organisation the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to investigate how extremist and hate movements in the United States take advantage of financial platforms to fund their criminal activities.
Myanmar Metals has announced that it plans to sell its 51% stake in Bawdwin silver, lead, and zinc project in Myanmar, citing difficulties in securing financing for the $300 million project after a coup led to social unrest earlier this year.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Until a few months ago, 32-year-old Michelle Chaaya was a human resources professional at a multinational firm in Lebanon. Now she works as a bartender in Dubai, sending cash to her family back home where a financial crisis has left many destitute.
The Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) announced on Monday that the country's manufacturing output grew 27.5 per cent year on year in June, compared to the revised 27 percent increase in the previous month.
Philippine stocks fell to a two-month low, it worst show since May 26, and led losses among Asian equities on Monday
In 2019, ransomware had yet to emerge as one of the top national security concerns confronting the United States, an issue that would become the focus of a presidential summit between Washington and Moscow this year. But the attacks in Texas were a harbinger of the now-exploding threat and offer a vivid case study in what happens behind the scenes when small-town America comes under attack.
JAKARTA (Reuters): Indonesia's decision to relax some Covid-19 curbs this week, despite reporting record-high deaths in recent days, is being driven by social and economic concerns rather than epidemiological advice, public health experts said on Monday (July 26).
(Reuters) - Indonesia's decision to relax some COVID-19 curbs this week, despite reporting record-high deaths in recent days, is being driven by social and economic concerns rather than epidemiological advice, public health experts said on Monday.