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SANAA/DUBAI (Reuters) - Yemenis fear a U.S. decision to blacklist the Houthi movement could further isolate them from the global financial system, depriving the war-battered country of vital remittances and hampering the flow of imports.
BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 4 (Xinhua) -- Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez on Monday called for greater social responsibility, especially among the country's youth, in combating a rise in cases of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
ROME (Reuters) -In late November doctor Maurizio Cappiello visited more than 130 patients in the emergency room of Cardarelli hospital, in the southern Italian city of Naples. More than two-thirds had COVID-19.
PETALING JAYA: Merely lifting the conditional movement control order will not be enough to revive the economy if the people are not convinced it is safe to go out and spend to increase demand for businesses, say leading economists.
OIAPOQUE, Brazil (Reuters) - Brazil has mobilized more than 4,000 soldiers to patrol its northern coast near the jungle border with French Guiana for the trafficking of drugs, weapons and gold and for other crimes, which are rampant in the remote Amazon rainforest region.
GOODYEAR, Ariz./WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - With less than a week before Election Day, President Donald Trump held a pair of in-person campaign rallies in Arizona on Wednesday despite a U.S. surge in COVID-19 cases and criticism he is prioritizing his re-election above the health of his supporters.
PETALING JAYA: The focus of Budget 2021 will be on easing cash flow for micro businesses, likely through tax exemptions, but there will definitely be no new taxes, says International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Azmin Ali.
WITH Malaysia entering a third wave of Covid-19 infections in the wake of the Sabah state polls, members of the public are becoming fearful that another election may further exacerbate the health situation in Malaysia.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Mike Pence achieved on the debate stage what arguably President Donald Trump did not in a similar showdown last week: He offered a cogent and restrained case for why traditional Republicans and some swing voters should return the Trump-Pence ticket to the White House for four more years.