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(Reuters) - Tom Hoge remained tied for the lead with three other players at the halfway point of the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, North Carolina, on Friday to keep his hopes of a maiden PGA Tour victory alive.
SINGAPORE (Bernama): Two Malaysian inmates on death row here failed in their appeals for a stay of execution pending a probe on allegations that "brutal and unlawful methods” were used in judicial executions in the republic.
KUALA LUMPUR: Versa Asia Sdn Bhd has teamed up with Affin Hwang Asset Management (Affin Hwang AM) to launch a new digital cash management platform.
Apple Inc spent years building China into a US$44bil (RM184.25bil) growth driver. Then the US president last week cast all that in doubt.
SEOUL: South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co is creating a family of electric vehicles it will sell under the Ioniq brand as part of its drive to become the world’s third largest seller of EVs by 2025, the company said on Sunday.
THE task force on the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) will be submitting its final report on the recognition of the examination to the Education Ministry this month.Its chairman Eddin Khoo told Sin Chew Daily that the report had been completed but it was not submitted earlier due to the movement control order.
FORT BREGANCON, France (Reuters) - World powers owe the Lebanese people support after a massive blast devastated the country's capital, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday.
FORT BREGANCON, France (Reuters) - World powers agreed at an emergency donor conference on Sunday to provide "major resources" to help Beirut recover from the massive explosion that destroyed swathes of the city, pledging not to fail Lebanon's people.
SINGAPORE: Singapore is seeking to open the door to a wider range of business and leisure visitors to boost its hard-hit tourism sector, with the return of mass travel still a long way off amid the pandemic, according to the head of the country’s tourism agency.
(Reuters) - Rafa Nadal believes this year's U.S. Open champion will still feel like a Grand Slam winner despite the tournament losing some glamour due to the withdrawal of top players amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Spaniard said on Wednesday.