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PETALING JAYA: The outlook for the oil and gas (O&G) sector remains bleak for the year, fuelling speculation of another round of restructuring
BEIJING: The following is the latest updates on the Covid-19 global confirmed cases totalling more than 2.3 million cases on Sunday (April 19). These are the hardest-hit countries by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University at 1000 GMT.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin said that Russian authorities had the coronavirus crisis under full control and that everything would work out with God's help, even as the country on Sunday registered a record daily rise in cases of the new virus.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The Holy Fire ceremony symbolising Jesus' resurrection was lit in a deserted Jerusalem on Saturday, without the joyful throng of Orthodox Christian pilgrims who normally attend a spectacle that brings the Easter season to a colourful climax.
BANGKOK: China on Saturday (April 18) reported 27 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 (coronavirus), as it tries to stem an upsurge in infections in a northeastern province bordering Russia. Twenty of the new cases were in Heilongjiang province, including 13 Chinese nationals who had returned recently from Russia.
LONDON (Reuters) - Mercedes Formula One boss Toto Wolff has taken a stake in British sportscar maker Aston Martin, whose executive chairman Lawrence Stroll runs the Racing Point F1 team, according to company filings.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the government to provide daily forecasts of the spread of the novel coronavirus as Russia recorded almost 5,000 new cases in a single day.
BEIJING/HONG KONG/PARIS/TOKYO: Nearly six out of every 10 people around the world are currently forced or urged to stay at home to help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 (coronavirus), according to an AFP count on Saturday morning (April 18).
SEOUL: South Korea has reported 18 new cases of the Covid-19 (coronavirus), its lowest daily jump since Feb 20, continuing a downward trend as officials discuss more sustainable forms of social distancing that allows for some communal and economic activity.
PYONGYANG: North Korea sharply stepped up trade in coal and oil products last year in defiance of UN sanctions through the apparent help of China's shipping industry, a UN panel said on Saturday (Apr 18).