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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The NATO military alliance is considering a summit in March in Brussels to welcome a new U.S. president if Democrat candidate Joe Biden wins, diplomats and officials said, with a gathering in the first half of next year if Donald Trump is reelected.
Smartphone sales in China are rising again as Covid-19 cases there decline and global demand for chips used in work-from-home networks is surging, positioning Asian tech firms for a slow but steady recovery, their early quarterly report cards showed.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's parliament discussed a prisoner release law on Tuesday which aims to ease overcrowding in jails and protect detainees from the coronavirus, but which critics slam for excluding people jailed on terrorism charges in a post-coup crackdown.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - La Liga president Javier Tebas has warned against relaxing UEFA's financial fair play rules as clubs struggle to cope with a loss of income due to the pause in competitions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The lockdown of millions of people at home across the globe due to the coronavirus should have been the perfect recipe for success for the burgeoning online meal delivery market.
Two S'poreans, including man who allegedly went to eat bak kut teh, charged with breaching stay-home notice
SINGAPORE (ANN): Two Singaporean men have become the first people to be charged over allegedly breaching their stay-home notice (SHN) in separate incidents during this coronavirus outbreak.
TOKYO/PARIS/SINGAPORE: The Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has killed more than 75,000 people worldwide, the majority of them in Europe, since it emerged in China in December, according to a tally compiled by AFP from official sources at 0945 GMT on Tuesday (April 7).
A pandemic forcing everyone to stay home could be the perfect moment for online grocery services. In practice, they've been struggling to keep up with a surge in orders.
BEIJING: Mainland China reported no Covid-19 (coronavirus) deaths for the first time since the pandemic began, and a drop in new cases, a day before the central city of Wuhan, where the virus in the country merged late in December, is set to lift its lockdown.
MELAKA: Tour bus operators are appealing to the government to look into their plight after about 9,500 buses are currently left idle throughout the country.