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TOKYO (Reuters) - Hundreds of Japanese and foreign passengers were set to disembark from a coronavirus-hit cruise ship near Tokyo on Friday amid growing disquiet in Japan about whether the government was doing enough to stop the virus spreading.
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite beating earnings expectations in 2019, British American Tobacco (Malaysia) Bhd (BAT) continues to operate in a challenging market as the total industry volume continues to decline.
LISBON (Reuters) - The decriminalisation of euthanasia and assisted suicide is a step closer to becoming a reality in Portugal after lawmakers approved a set of bills on Thursday, a move applauded by many but opposed by religious groups and conservatives.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN): President Rodrigo Duterte has relieved all officials and employees of the Bureau of Immigration (BI) who supposedly receive kickbacks in exchange for the seamless entry of Chinese people into the country.
SHANGHAI/BANGKOK: Blocked highways. Stranded workers. Dwindling supplies. Shipping and air freight companies also hamstrung.
Air travel and glitch-free Internet access are often considered mutually exclusive, thanks to the technical difficulties associated with making WiFi work at 40,000 feet.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Two elderly coronavirus-infected passengers from a cruise ship moored near Tokyo have died and two more government officials have been infected, the Japanese government said on Thursday, as more passengers disembarked after two weeks' quarantine.
PETALING JAYA: Anticipated declines in Petronas Gas Bhd’s (PetGas) gas transportation revenues will result in an earnings reduction of 3% in fiscal 2020 (FY20) and subsequently 8% in FY23, said AmInvestment Bank Research.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Two elderly American passengers, quarantined in Japan with the new coronavirus, learned on Wednesday they were still carrying the virus even after their expected quarantine period had ended.
BANGKOK:Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha on Wednesday (Feb 19) arrived in Thailand's northeastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima to give moral support and remedial payment to the victims of the recent shopping mall shooting rampage. "Not all soldiers are rotten apples nor murderers," said Prayut, adding that he was once a soldier himself.