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YANGON (Xinhua): Myanmar authorities seized a large haul of sulfuric acid in Mandalay region, according to a release from the Central Committee for Drug Abuse Control (CCDAC) on Thursday (Sept 17).
YANGON, Sept. 14 (Xinhua): The death toll of Covid-19 in Myanmar has increased to 24 after four more deaths were reported on Monday morning, according to a release from the Health and Sports Ministry.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia reported its lowest one-day rise in novel coronavirus infections in nearly three months on Monday as authorities began to ease restrictions aimed at slowing its spread.
MANY global stock markets are in a pullback mode, and Bursa Malaysia is no exception. Around the world, stocks that have posted astronomical jumps in share prices over the past few months have recently declined or moved sideways.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Microsoft identified a suspected hacking group that targeted a firm working with Democrat Joe Biden as the same Russian-backed unit blamed by the U.S. government for breaking into the campaign of former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, according to two sources briefed on Microsoft's analysis.
BEIJING (AFP): Beijing claimed Wednesday (Sept 9) that Australia's intelligence agency questioned foreign correspondents working for Chinese state-run media, seizing computers and mobile phones in raids apparently linked to a billowing spy scandal.
SHANGHAI/SYDNEY (Reuters): Australian intelligence agency staff searched the homes of Chinese journalists in June, questioning them for several hours and removing their computers and mobile phones, China's state news agency Xinhua reported late on Tuesday (Sept 8)
BEIJING/SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Chinese government accused Australia on Wednesday of "blatant irrational behaviour", harassment and violation of the rights of its journalists by searching and seizing items from the homes of four Chinese state media reporters.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia expects to receive its first batches of a potential COVID-19 vaccine in January, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday, as the number of new daily infections in the country's virus hotspot fell to a 10-week low.
NEW YORK: Asian stocks were set to open in the red on Friday, after Wall Street's benchmarks posted their biggest one-day declines in nearly three months as new fears about the economy sent investors into bonds and safe-haven currencies.