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KYIV (Reuters) - Ukraine is ready for a tough battle with Russian forces amassing in the east of the country, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Saturday, and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson offered fresh financial and military support during a surprise visit.
KYIV (Reuters) - Laden with bags, trolleys and the odd pet, Ukrainians are returning to the capital Kyiv, some tearful, others nervous about going home after Russian troops withdrew from the outskirts of their city.
THE apathy of those who purposely flout the Covid-19 health standard operating procedure (SOP) is causing concern among many Ipoh folk.
A revamped city square boasting a new light show at night. A newly opened island that offers various spaces for relaxing. And a new hipster hangout transformed from a cluster of old hanoks or Korean traditional houses.
CONCERNS about a surge in Covid-19 did not deter couples from celebrating Valentine’s Day, judging by how busy cafes and restaurants were in Penang.
SHOPPING traffic has been building up since August this year; by now, shoppers have returned to all major shopping malls located throughout the country.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea said on Monday it has shelved plans to further relax COVID-19 curbs due to the strain on its healthcare system from rising hospitalisation and death rates as well as the threat posed by the new Omicron variant.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The main Dutch pandemic expert advisory panel recommended on Thursday imposing Western Europe's first partial lockdown since the summer, putting pressure on the government to take drastic and unpopular action to fight a COVID-19 surge.
PUTRAJAYA: There are plans to reduce accidents, deaths and infections at the workplace to boost the Malaysia Well-being Index, as well as create a safe and healthy work culture, said the Prime Minister.
Life is slowly returning to normal in Blitar, East Java, after the government relaxed coronavirus curbs in the small city last week.