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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is on track to get 60% of its population vaccinated by October, says Chief Minister Datuk Seri Hajiji Noor.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria's new anti-establishment party There Is Such a People (ITN) remains closely tied in popularity with the centre-right GERB, which has been in power for most of the past decade, ahead of a July 11 snap election, an opinion poll showed on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: The nation’s economy remains on course for a strong year-end recovery despite a lower 4.5% growth projection by the World Bank, says Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed.
This World Refugee Day, we look at a programme in Malaysia that is helping young refugees get into higher education despite the challenges.
ZURICH (Reuters) -Swiss voters look set to reject a new law which would help the country meet its goals under the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, according to early indications by national broadcaster SRF on Sunday.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Monday vowed to forge ahead with his shake-up of the country after mid-term elections that eroded his power base in Congress and the capital but saw his party capture new ground in regional votes.
(Reuters) -The Scottish government is facing a new legal challenge over its February rejection of a motion to investigate former U.S. President Donald Trump's all-cash purchases of two golf courses, reviving an effort to force Trump to disclose how he financed the deals.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand has detected its first 15 domestically transmitted cases of the highly infectious COVID-19 variant first found in India, authorities said on Friday, a discovery that could complicate efforts to address its most deadly outbreak so far.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's president said on Thursday that the United States was ready to lift sanctions on his country's oil, banking and shipping sectors that were reimposed after former U.S. President Donald Trump exited a 2015 nuclear deal three years ago.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India reported a further decline in new coronavirus cases on Monday but daily deaths remained above 4,000 and experts said the data was unreliable due to a lack of testing in rural areas where the virus is spreading fast.