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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Singapore Airlines Ltd said on Tuesday it will temporarily cut flights across its global network in March, April and May due to weaker demand as a result of the coronavirus epidemic.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea President Moon Jae-in said on Tuesday the government should make an all-out effort to cushion the economic impact from China's coronavirus outbreak, boosting expectations of further monetary easing.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan plans to trial HIV medications to treat patients infected with coronavirus as the growing number of cases poses an increasing threat to the country's economy as well as public health.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian actor Ashraf Sinclair died in Jakarta early Tuesday (Feb 18) morning due to a heart attack, reports mStar.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey emphasised the need to de-escalate tensions in Syria's northwestern Idlib province during talks with Russian counterparts in Moscow, its foreign ministry said on Monday, adding discussions would continue on Tuesday.
London-based Malaysian Alison Walker breaks six national records in Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 24-hour race in South London.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran has stepped up activity at its underground Fordow nuclear plant, state TV said on Wednesday, a move France said showed for the first time that Tehran explicitly planned to quit a deal with world powers that curbed its disputed nuclear work.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Global soccer's governing body FIFA said on Wednesday it has told Iraq to play two 2022 World Cup qualifiers they were due to host this month at a neutral venue due to the security situation in the country.
Apple Inc and the Chinese-owned music-video app TikTok are threats to international data security because of their business ties to China, a key Republican senator warned.
(Reuters) - Shares in French soccer club Olympique Lyonnais rose on Wednesday after Lyon revived their hopes of reaching the Champions League last 16 with a victory over Benfica.