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TEL AVIV, Israel (Reuters) - Several thousand Israelis demonstrated on Saturday against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's plan to extend sovereignty over parts of the occupied West Bank, de-facto annexation of land that the Palestinians seek for a state.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy reported 72 new COVID-19 deaths on Saturday against 85 a day earlier and 270 new cases, down from 518 the day before, the Civil Protection department said.
KUALA LUMPUR: Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah has described the National Economic Recovery Plan (Penjana) as a comprehensive stimulus package which took into consideration the grouses, needs and welfare of all strata of society, industries and businesses.
FEWER students per classroom, cancellation of major exams, and learning whenever and from wherever you are via the Internet.
OVER a year ago, the world was shocked by the Christchurch mosque terror attacks.
MANY changes will characterise the “new normal” once schools reopen. Students are hoping these will lead to a better learning environment.
MASAZUMI Kato sighs deeply as he lowers himself into a tub at a public bathhouse in a Tokyo suburb, enjoying a return to a Japanese tradition largely off-limits during the city’s coronavirus lockdown.
FROM customer demand to supply chains, most sectors have been affected by measures taken to control the Covid-19 pandemic, and the legal sector is no exception.
NECESSARY measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic have affected all aspects of Malaysia’s economy, including the legal profession, which have taken a beating over the past few months.