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BENGALURU: AstraZeneca's COVID-19 shot did not increase the instances of rare blood clots with low platelets in people after the second dose, a study showed on Wednesday, potentially easing some worries over the vaccine's side-effects.
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LONDON (Reuters) -British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants U.S. citizens to come to England "freely" and is discussing a travel corridor with the United States, LBC radio said on Wednesday, before an expected easing of COVID-19 restrictions for visitors from abroad.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Swiss sprinter Alex Wilson is out of the Tokyo Olympics after his provisional ban for an anti-doping rule violation was reinstated with immediate effect, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) said on Wednesday.
Of about eight million jobs created in the energy sector by 2050, 84% of them in the renewable energy, displacing fossil fuels, study finds.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s exports surged past RM105bil in June to record the 10th straight month of growth on-year since September due to strong demand for petroleum products, chips and rubber goods.
NEW YORK (China Daily/ANN): Looking at the latest China-US trade figures, fueled by voracious consumer demand, it would be hard to tell the two countries have been involved in a trade standoff for over three years.
BEIJING: China’s state media sought to soothe investor nerves amid a stock rout that has pushed the nation’s benchmark equity index to the brink of a bear market, stressing there was no onshore systemic risk.
BEIJING: While Chinese markets might look bleak at the moment, the biggest government bond selloff of 2021 has some investors salivating at a buying opportunity.
WITH the third lockdown due to the surge of Covid-19 infections further lengthening the time we spend at home, turning our residences into multi-functional spaces, some have noticed a rise in energy consumption.