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ZURICH (Reuters) - A far-right proposal to ban facial coverings in Switzerland won a narrow victory in a binding referendum on Sunday instigated by the same group that organised a 2009 ban on new minarets.
Santa Claus, also known as Father Christmas, is a highly skilled role model for the medical profession, suggest experts.
London-based Uber driver Abdurzak Hadi is self-employed but says he is not his own boss as his workflow is determined by an obscure computer algorithm.
RETIRED teacher Lisa Chan, 61, looks forward to making tang yuan with her family each year as it brings back a lot of childhood memories.
PHNOM PENH, Dec 20 (Xinhua): China-Cambodia ties have been deeper-rooted in 2020 after the two countries have worked together closely to combat the Covid-19 pandemic and have signed the bilateral free trade agreement, say Cambodian officials and academics.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. congressional leaders reached agreement on Sunday on a $900 billion package to provide the first new aid in months to an economy and individuals battered by the surging coronavirus pandemic, with votes likely on Monday.
RAMALLAH, Dec. 19 (Xinhua) -- A Palestinian foundation recently launched an online application named Sawa121 to provide more protection for Palestinian women from increasing harassment and abuse, whether verbal or physical, in public places and at work.
IN any discussion of tax matters, one should be aware that the matter of tax collection is not simply an act of the ruling elite passing a law to plan expenses to run a government, funded by increasing taxes from individuals and organised economic units, said Sunway University Business School economics and finance department head Prof Mohamed Ariff Syed Mohamed.
(Reuters) - The suspected Russian hack of U.S. government agencies has led to heated rhetoric from lawmakers, with U.S. Senator Dick Durbin calling it "virtually a declaration of war" and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio saying that "America must retaliate, and not just with sanctions."
NEW DELHI/BENGALURU (Reuters) - Apple Inc has placed supplier Wistron Corp on probation, saying on Saturday it would not award the Taiwanese contract manufacturer new business until it addressed the way workers were treated at its southern India plant.