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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia reported 58 deaths from COVID-19 on Sunday, as the two most populous states, New South Wales (NSW) and Victoria, said students would be tested twice weekly for the Omicron variant when classes resume next week.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (Jan 22)
Thailand, which in 2020 became the first South-East Asian nation to decriminalise the production and use of marijuana for medicinal purposes, has now moved to further loosen regulations on the drug.
LONDON (Reuters) -A British lawmaker has said she was fired from a ministerial job in Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative government partly because her Muslim faith was making colleagues uncomfortable, the Sunday Times reported.
Schools in Laos are to begin reopening face-to-face classes following months of closure due to heavy Covid-19 restrictions, according to Laotian Times.
KUALA LUMPUR: The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives is likely to experience a technical correction next week following the higher price movement this week, said Singapore-based Palm Oil Analytics owner and co-founder Dr Sathia Varqa.
NEW YORK/LONDON: Risk aversion dominated markets on Friday as stocks slumped on Wall Street and in Europe, oil prices fell from seven-year highs earlier in the week and bond prices surged with traders scurrying for the relative safety of government debt.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - A South African court on Friday postponed a ruling on a lawsuit from descendants of South Africa's earliest inhabitants, the Khoi and San, to try to halt construction of Amazon's new Africa headquarters on what they say is sacred land.
(Reuters) - Here is a snapshot of what to look out for next in the Ukraine crisis after the latest U.S.-Russia talks produced - as expected - no breakthrough.
LONDON (Reuters) - A rebellion against Prime Minister Boris Johnson by some of his Conservative Party's newest members of parliament (MPs) quickly collapsed this week - but might just be a foretaste of the trouble ahead.