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TOKYO: Governor Haruhiko Kuroda starts his last full year at the helm of Bank of Japan (BoJ) amid hints of public discontent over rising prices that could shape the direction of the central bank after he leaves or even as soon as coming months.
(Reuters) - Iraq’s parliament held its first session since October’s national election on Sunday but failed to elect a speaker, in what should have been the first step toward forming a new government.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) -Iraq's new parliament will convene on Jan. 9, according to a decree issued on Thursday by President Barham Salih, preparing the way for lawmakers to put a new government in place.
PETALING JAYA: Freezing fish caught from the sea during periods of abundance is the way forward to balance days of surplus with scarcity, says Fisheries Development Authority of Malaysia (LKIM) chairman Datuk Syed Abu Hussin Syed Abdul Fasal.
(Reuters) - Afghanistan's Taliban government bolstered its economic team on Tuesday, naming a commerce minister and two deputies as the group tries to revive a financial system in shock from the abrupt end to billions of dollars in foreign aid.
PETALING JAYA: Former deputy health minister Datuk Rosnah Abdul Rashid Shirlin is the newly appointed special advisor to Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.
KLANG: The new Cabinet line-up unveiled by Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob may have retained the status quo, says Kuala Lumpur Bar committee member Nizam Bashir Abdul Kariem Bashir.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya's Court of Appeal upheld a decision to stop President Uhuru Kenyatta from making broad constitutional changes, limiting his ability to prevent his estranged deputy from succeeding him next year.
Bounding from the back of a patrol truck on the streets of the colonial quarter of Denpasar with two deputies in tow, it was not long before Wayan Karda, 59, found a Covid-19 scofflaw.
HANOI (Reuters): Anticipation of stricter movement curbs triggered panic-buying in Vietnam's economic hub Ho Chi Minh City on Wednesday (July 7), the epicentre of its coronavirus outbreak, while media reported unrest at a city jail where dozens of inmates were infected.