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(Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) and global vaccine charities launched the COVAX programme last April to distribute COVID-19 vaccines to some of the world's poorest people.
(Reuters) - Some countries are restricting use of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine to certain age groups, or suspending use, after European and British regulators confirmed possible links to rare blood clots.
(Reuters) - Former players and fans groups across the globe have slammed plans for a breakaway competition by some of Europe's top clubs, calling the move a "soulless" money grab which will turn supporters away from the game.
An activist has raised US$108,000 (RM445,000) he owes Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in defamation damages, the second time this month a government critic turned to the public to fund payments to the premier.
A Singaporean activist said on Friday (April 16) he had raised S$144,389 ($108,200) through social media to cover defamation damages he had to pay Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, the second such crowdfunding case involving a blogger this month.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc told an Indian court on Thursday a Reuters special report into the e-commerce giant's business practices should not be considered as evidence, as India's competition watchdog sought to lift an injunction on an anti-trust probe.
THE Johor Area Rehabilitation Organisation (Jaro) in Johor Baru offers a lifeline for those with disabilities to gain a source of income.
BEIJING (Global Times): Former officials, top scholars and a dozen of young scholars from China and the US had in-depth discussions on how to get China-US relations back on track at a forum held in Beijing on April 10.
LOME (Reuters) - Claude Le Roy has resigned as coach of Togo after they failed to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations finals but said he was far from finished in African football.