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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's much-maligned multi-billion pound COVID-19 test-and-trace system has improved, but is still missing targets and the results of millions of tests to find asymptomatic cases have not been reported, parliament's spending watchdog said on Friday.
WASHINGTON/LONDON: U.S. stock indexes set fresh records on Thursday and European shares closed near all-time highs, fueled by supportive U.S. jobless claims data and a breakthrough in infrastructure spending talks in Washington.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's antigovernment protests could grow in the second half of the year if neither the government nor Congress meet the economic and social demands driving them, a union leader said on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: Upstream oil palm planters and integrated plantation companies with operations in Indonesia are poised to be prime beneficiaries of the republic’s proposal to reduce its palm oil export levies.
Management committees, city councils follow strict schedule to ensure safe surroundings.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -The European Union imposed wide-ranging economic sanctions on Belarus for the first time on Thursday, targeting its main export industries and access to finance a month after it forced a Ryanair flight to land in Minsk.
VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog and Iran have a temporary agreement on monitoring Iran's atomic activities that expires on Thursday. If it is not extended, wider negotiations on reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal would plunge into crisis, diplomats say.
KUALA LUMPUR: Ekuiti Nasional Bhd’s (Ekuinas) total cumulative investment in the financial year ended Dec 31, 2020 was RM4.40bil in 42 companies and it generated a total economic deployment of RM5bil, together with private sector partners.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): In the past month, Ming Qingzhong, a university professor in Yunnan, has been closely monitoring 15 wild Asian elephants that have travelled 500km north from their habitat in the south of the province.
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain wants to allow people to have holidays abroad again but the government is wary of the risks, a minister said on Thursday ahead of an announcement on whether a narrow list of quarantine-free travel destinations would be expanded.