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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's annual budget in February was lauded by many and raised hopes it would drive a sharp economic revival, but there are now fears that its promise may fall flat as it did not account for a crippling second wave of COVID-19 infections.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Police intervened to move along thousands of people drinking and dancing in Barcelona's city centre and on the nearby beach, seeking to prevent dangerous overcrowding on the first full weekend after Spain lifted COVID-19 restrictions.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday (Dec 16) launched an anti-polio vaccination campaign as the total number of affected children rose to 104 in the current year, an official said.
"A five-day vaccination campaign all across the country has been launched from December 16, " said Zulfikar Babakel, a spokesperson for Pakistan's anti-polio programme.
IPOH: A 39-year-old man set himself on fire near the Amanjaya Bus Terminal here.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - A backburning operation intended to contain a massive wildfire in eastern Australia sparked out of control, damaging buildings and cutting off major roads, authorities said, as the country heads into another heatwave that may topple temperature records.
RIYADH (Reuters) - Qatar's foreign minister said recent talks have broken a protracted stalemate with Saudi Arabia and that Doha was open to studying demands by its rivals in a Gulf dispute but would not turn its back on ally Turkey.
MANILA: The Philippines’ anti-graft court has dismissed a case that sought to recover 200 billion pesos (US$3.95bil) in alleged ill-gotten wealth acquired by the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos and his family.
KOTA KINABALU: Umno will name their candidate for the Jan 18 Kimanis by-election on Jan 28, says Sabah party chief Datuk Bung Mokthar Radin said.
JAKARTA (ANN): Most economists, including those of the World Bank and international banks, have predicted Indonesia will continue to be stuck in the 5% growth lane this year and 2020 amid worldwide policy uncertainty, subdued global growth and international trade tensions and protectionism.
TAKUA PA, Thailand (Reuters) - Fifteen years after the Indian Ocean tsunami killed more than 230,000 people on Boxing Day, 2004, a cargo container at a police station in southern Thailand bears witness to the hundreds of victims whose remains were never identified.