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A BATTLE for oil market share in Asia may be coming to a head as the world’s largest crude producers prepare for peak demand, according to some analysts.
PETALING JAYA: The ousting of Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu as Perak Mentri Besar may be the result of a few matters in the past that upset Umno, claims Datuk Seri Najib Razak.
Trump loyalist Loeffler's attacks on pastor Warnock risk suburban votes in Georgia's U.S. Senate race
MARIETTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Beau Davis, a 33-year-old security specialist from the Atlanta suburbs, is the kind of voter Republican Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue may need to win runoff elections next month that will determine the balance of power in Washington.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Firefighters battled to tame a wildfire on hillsides southeast of Los Angeles late on Thursday, some 24 hours after it broke out in a wooded canyon, apparently triggered by a faulty domestic generator.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Famine-like conditions have re-appeared in parts of Yemen and almost half the population is experiencing high levels of food insecurity, new United Nations data showed on Thursday, with aid agencies warning time is running out to prevent mass starvation.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - The United States set single-day records for new infections and deaths on Thursday as California's governor said he would impose some of the nation's strictest stay-at-home orders in the coming days when intensive care units are expected to reach capacity.
HAJJAH, Yemen (Reuters) - Four months ago 10-year-old Hassan Merzam Muhammad was so severely malnourished he was unable to walk or react, carried limp into a Yemeni clinic by his father.
Twitter Inc on Dec 2 expanded its policy barring hateful speech to include "language that dehumanises people on the basis of race, ethnicity and national origin," it said in a statement.
(Reuters) - The head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned on Wednesday the COVID-19 pandemic, still raging with unprecedented fury nationwide, will pose the country's grimmest health crisis yet over the next few months, before vaccines become widely available.
Without surfers and sun worshippers from abroad, Indonesia’s Bali has been forced to diversify its economy.