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TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan is to step up coronavirus restrictions in three regions that host U.S. military bases to stem a COVID-19 surge that some officials have said the bases have helped fuel.
KUALA LUMPUR: MyNews Holdings Bhd is an attractive proxy to the recovery theme, having yet to benefit from the full-fledged and sustained reopening of the economy expected to take place next year.
KOTA KINABALU: Christmas, like any celebration, should be a joyous occasion but for those who are coping with deaths in their families as well as devastation from recent disasters such as floods, it is far from that.
There has been no increase in the frequency of side effects among people who got their Covid-19 vaccine booster shots, said the Health Sciences Authority (HSA) on Monday (Dec 20).
THE RM39.7mil Kempas Inter-change road upgrading project is expected to solve road users’ traffic congestion woes once completed next year.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): A recent encounter between the leaders of the Gerindra Party and the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) has once again set off a social media buzz, with pundits suggesting that an alliance between the parties is in the cards as they seek to improve their chances of winning in the 2024 elections.
The Royal Malaysia Police’s Commercial Crime Investigation Department is following the money to bring down mushrooming scam syndicates.
KOTA KINABALU: Villagers in Kg Sugud, Penampang, who have been living on muddy ground for almost two months since the massive floods and landslides on Sept 15 are calling on the authorities to have a proper dialogue with them.