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Sharp Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd (Sharp Malaysia) has unveiled a slew of new products for the home and office to help Malaysians adapt to a post-pandemic lifestyle.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Biotechnologist Kelvin Teo, 35, has not been back home since March 18 last year, when Malaysia imposed a partial lockdown as the Covid-19 pandemic situation deteriorated.
HONG KONG (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Hong Kong has detected a newly identified coronavirus variant that is spreading in South Africa and that has prompted Britain to ban flights from some African countries.
PARIS/WARSAW (Reuters) - France assured Poland on Wednesday of European Union support in its stand-off with Belarus, but reminded Warsaw it needed to resolve a row with the bloc over its values and the rule of law.
MOSCOW/KYIV (Reuters) - Russia staged military drills in the Black Sea, south of Ukraine, on Wednesday and said it needed to sharpen the combat-readiness of its conventional and nuclear forces because of heightened NATO activity near its borders.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian fighter planes and ships practiced repelling air attacks on naval bases and responding with air strikes during military drills in the Black Sea, Interfax reported on Wednesday, as neighbouring Ukraine also held combat exercises.
KYIV (Reuters) - Ukraine, which has accused Russia of massing troops nearby and says Belarus could send migrants over its borders, launched an operation on Wednesday to strengthen its frontier, including military drills for anti-tank and airborne units.
MOSCOW (Reuters) -The Kremlin on Sunday accused the West of artificially whipping up tensions around Ukraine with repeated statements suggesting Russia was poised to launch an attack on its neighbour and told Washington and its allies to stop a military build-up nearby.
China and India have agreed to come up with more measures to contain tensions on their disputed border after the failure of the most recent military talks on disengagement.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India stepped up efforts on Wednesday to combat high levels of pollution in New Delhi that threaten the lives of residents and others nearby, ordering a temporary halt to operations of five power stations and longer school closures.