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PETALING JAYA: Health experts and organisations are calling for the waiver of Covid-19 vaccine rights as the number of cases worldwide escalates and the delivery of vaccines slows.
The real problem facing Asean is in its decision-making mechanism, not its non-interference principle.
PUTRAJAYA: “The challenge to strike a fine balance between protecting lives and livelihood” is how Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin described the work that was cut out for the Perikatan Nasional administration over the past year as the country grappled to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab accused his opponents on Saturday of deepening a currency crisis and fuelling unrest as the country entered a third day of protests sparked by a sharp drop in the Lebanese pound.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Catalan separatists have used the coronavirus crisis as a fresh motive to argue for independence from Spain, some bluntly saying the pandemic would have caused fewer deaths had the wealthy northeastern region been on its own.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian fashion designers have rallied to help overcome a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) after the Health Ministry warned that stockpiles are running out fast.
PARIS (Reuters) - How the European Union responds to the coronavirus outbreak will determine its future credibility, a French minister said on Sunday, after the bloc failed to agree last week on measures to cushion the economic blow.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Most voters in Democratic presidential primaries in Illinois, Florida and Arizona said they trusted Joe Biden to handle a major crisis more than Bernie Sanders, according to Edison Research, as many lined up on Tuesday to vote despite the coronavirus outbreak.
RIO DE JANEIRO/BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil will seek authorization for a state of emergency to allow it to scrap fiscal targets and free up funds to combat the coronavirus crisis, the government said on Tuesday, as President Jair Bolsonaro announced his second COVID-19 test was negative.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Joe Biden coasted to blowout victories in Tuesday's three Democratic presidential primaries, expanding his nearly unbeatable lead in the race to challenge President Donald Trump in November and increasing pressure on rival Bernie Sanders to end his campaign.