You have searched for "June 28"
Showing 1-10 of 10000
Hong Kong to ramp up security for handover anniversary, guard against ‘new threats’ including Covid-19, ‘home-grown terrorism’
Protecting the Chinese state leader and his entourage from terrorist attacks and Covid-19 infection are among the challenges law enforcement agencies will face during the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover, the security minister has revealed.
KUALA LUMPUR: Dialog Group Bhd's net profit for the third quarter ended March 31, 2022, slipped to RM133.07 million from RM136.17 million a year ago mainly due to higher project cost.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): After a two-year, coronavirus-enforced hiatus, the Singapore Badminton Open (SBO) will return from July 12 to 17.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO allies expect Finland and Sweden to apply to join the alliance in the coming days and will grant membership quickly, five diplomats and officials said, as Russia's invasion of Ukraine forces a radical rethink of European security.
PUTRAJAYA: The Court of Appeal has fixed June 28 for another case management on clerk Sam Ke Ting's appeal against her conviction and jail sentence for reckless driving which caused the death of eight teenagers on modified bicycles commonly known as basikal lajak.
Sometimes it feels like it’s Elon Musk’s world and we just live in it.
LONDON (Reuters) - Tennis players from Russia and Belarus will not be allowed to compete at this year's Wimbledon due to Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, the Grand Slam's organisers All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) said in a statement on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - The Women's Tennis Association (WTA) has said it is "very disappointed" with the decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players from this year's Wimbledon tournament.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedish telecom provider Ericsson said on Thursday it would likely be fined by U.S. regulators for its handling of a bribery investigation in Iraq and reported a slide in quarterly earnings due to its suspension of business in Russia.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Ericsson is suspending its business in Russia indefinitely and has put employees on paid leave, six weeks after the Swedish telecom equipment maker started a review of the impact of Western sanctions on its operations.