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AN elderly man who spent years in a welfare home in Bidor, Perak, has been taken in by a local family in a touching act, Makkal Osai reported.
Fate of proposed treaty suffers another blow as EU trade chief is reported saying ‘the environment is not conducive to the ratification of the agreement’An EU spokeswoman says the commissioner’s comments were taken out of context
LONDON (Reuters) - Scottish independence supporters are calling Thursday's election the most important in the nation's history as they vow that if they win a majority in the devolved parliament, they will push for another referendum on breaking from the United Kingdom.
TOKYO: Finance ministers and central bank governors from China, Japan and South Korea have vowed “targeted” measures for those countries most affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, and committed to foster fiscal and financial stability.
TOKYO (Reuters): Finance ministers and central bank governors from Asean, China, Japan and South Korea on Monday (May 3) vowed to strengthen regional financial cooperation while providing continued support for countries hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Apple Inc’s App Store has long been touted as a growth engine. Now, the world’s most valuable company is fighting in US court to not reveal in public just how lucrative it is.
BATU PAHAT: Liew Chin Tong and allies won big at the Johor DAP polls, taking most of the 15 seats in the state committee line-up.
SEOUL: Retail traders who drove record gains in South Korean stocks during the darkest days of the pandemic are bracing for a new threat – the return of institutional players betting on share-price declines.
(Reuters) - Twitter Inc will struggle to replicate a bumper 2020 dominated by the U.S. political battles, civil unrest and the COVID-19 crisis as people venture out following vaccine rollouts, Wall Street analysts said on Friday.
‘Australia says it wants to open up cooperation with China and increase our high-level dialogue, but it says one thing and does another,’ foreign ministry spokesman saysAustralia’s Defence Minister Peter Dutton says Canberra can’t allow ‘these sort of arrangements and friendships to pop up because they’re used for propaganda reasons’