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CARING for underprivileged elderly folk, some of whom are alone, requires long-term effort, says a volunteer who has been assisting seniors during the pandemic.
Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS) Penang is grappling with reduced donations from corporate companies during the Covid-19 pandemic.
BEIJING: China’s central bank set the reference rate for the yuan at a weaker-than-expected level as the currency’s surge threatens to derail growth in the world’s second-largest economy. It also boosted short-term liquidity.
DAMASCUS/AMMAN (Reuters) - A blast on an army bus in Damascus on Wednesday killed 14 people, state media reported, the deadliest bombing in the Syrian capital in years, quickly followed by army shelling in rebel-held Idlib which rescue workers said killed 12 people.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries pulled its American staff out of the country for nine months because of political unrest before returning them last year, according to the group's 2020 annual report.
The leader of Myanmar’s military-installed government said Monday that other South-East Asian countries should share responsibility for failing to help quell the violence that has engulfed his nation since the army seized power in February.
KHARTOUM (Reuters) -A sit-in calling on the military to dissolve Sudan's government grew into the thousands on Monday as the country grappled with what its civilian leadership has called the biggest crisis of a two-year-old transition from autocracy.
Businesses eye benefits of Laos-China railway; project set to have a significant impact on the economy
The Laos-China railway could be a game changer for the development of Laos but the government must have a clear plan on how to maximise the advantages offered by the US$5.9 billion railway, a businesswoman has said.
LONDON (Reuters) - With electric car sales soaring and regulations increasingly favouring zero-emission vehicles, a flurry of announcements on Monday showed how the global auto industry has kicked into a higher gear as it races to speed past the fossil-fuel car era.
TAIPEI (Reuters) -Taiwan's Foxconn unveiled its first three electric vehicle prototypes on Monday, underscoring ambitious plans to diversify away from its role of building consumer electronics for Apple Inc and other tech firms.