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GENEVA (AFP): The number of new cases of Covid-19 reported worldwide fell by 16 per cent last week to 2.7 million, the World Health Organisation said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican state lawmakers have begun to use President Donald Trump’s baseless charges of voter fraud to push for new restrictions on voting.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Ethiopia has rebuffed attempts at international mediation since conflict erupted in its northern Tigray region on Nov. 4.
A co-founder of the social media ALS ice bucket challenge, which has raised more than US$200mil (RM818.10mil) worldwide for Lou Gehrig’s disease research, died Sunday at the age of 37, according to the ALS Association.
LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton's record-equalling seventh Formula One world championship has fuelled expectations of a knighthood but the Briton, overlooked in the past, pointed instead to the ranks of 'unsung heroes'.
YEREVAN (Reuters) - Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said on Tuesday he believed that only a change in Turkey's stance on Nagorno-Karabakh could prompt Azerbaijan to halt military action over the tiny region.
YEREVAN/BAKU (Reuters) - The Kremlin issued a new appeal for an end to hostilities in and around Nagorno-Karabakh on Tuesday after Moscow's foreign intelligence chief said the mountain enclave could become a launch pad for Islamist militants to enter Russia.
HERAT/KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan woman Laleh Osmany has been campaigning for years for a change to the age-old custom of officially identifying people by the names of their fathers, calling for mothers' names to be included on identity cards.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The COVID-19 pandemic has torn up Olympic rugby sevens programmes across the globe but gold medal-winning coach Tim Walsh sees a glimmer of hope amid the gloom as he battles to prepare Australia for the Tokyo Games in a year's time.
TOKYO (Reuters) - To the casual observer, 95-year-old Lee Hak-rae could be just another elderly person in Japan. Surrounded by pictures of his family and paintings by his great-grandchildren, Lee potters about his cluttered living room on the outskirts of Tokyo.