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BEIRUT (Reuters) - Families of victims of the 2020 Beirut port blast are pressuring Lebanon's government to keep its silos as a memorial, arguing the move would be a powerful acknowledgement of suffering in a country still struggling to come to terms with years of war and strife.
MERRITT, British Columbia (Reuters) -Floods and landslides that have killed at least one person have cut all rail access to Canada's largest port in the city of Vancouver, a spokesperson for the port said on Tuesday.
SEOUL (Reuters): South Korea on Thursday (July 8) reported its highest ever one-day number of new Covid-19 infections, as officials consider tightening social distancing restrictions.
SEOUL (Reuters): South Korea reported its second highest number of daily new Covid-19 cases on Wednesday (July 7), just days after it began easing social distancing restrictions in some parts of the country, buoyed by an accelerated vaccine rollout.
TOKYO, Jan 11 (AP): Asian shares were mixed Monday as hopes for more US economic aid were countered by fears over spreading damage from the pandemic.
HONG KONG, Nov 12 (AFP): Asian markets struggled on Thursday as a week-long rally sputters, with sentiment split between vaccine hopes and Joe Biden's election win on one side and fears over a surge in virus cases that threatens any economic recovery.
Immediate implications of Covid-19 will include slower loan applications and potential delinquencies
KUALA LUMPUR: The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets on Tuesday Jan 15.
SINGAPORE: Oil prices rose by 1 percent on Tuesday amid supply cuts by producer club OPEC and Russia, although analysts said much bigger gains were unlikely because of a darkening economic outlook capped gains.