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European businesses express alarm over China’s anti-sanctions law that could turn companies into ‘sacrificial pawns’
The EU Chamber of Commerce in China expresses concern at lack of transparency and says the measures are ‘not conducive to attracting investment’Beijing has yet to provide details of the legislation, but state media has said it will provide a legal basis for retaliation against sanctions
If computers can recognise sarcasm, they might soon be able to tell jokes.
Amid a surge of COVID-19 infections in the island recently, more voices are emerging calling on Democratic Progressive Party authorities to accept vaccines from the mainland. Over the weekend, Hung Hsiu-chu, a former head of the main opposition party Kuomintang, said Taiwan authorities should allow Chinese vaccines as soon as possible, saying that they are internationally accepted and that Taiwan cannot wait. "At this moment, lives are at stake, and we respectfully tell the Tsai government: the real enemy is the virus, not the mainland," Hung said, according to media reports.
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LAGOS (Reuters) - A dozen children crowd around plastic tables in the Majidun neighbourhood of Lagos. Intently focused on plastic mats printed with chess boards, the children thoughtfully move pieces on the board as supervisors observe their moves.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian chess grandmaster Ian Nepomniachtchi clinched victory at the Candidates Tournament on Monday, earning him the chance to challenge Norway's Magnus Carlsen for the world title later this year.
Mature trees surrounding former Padang Chetty retained and solar lights installed.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria's new anti-establishment party, There Is Such A People (ITN), said on Monday it would not try to form a government despite a surge of support in this month's parliamentary election, bringing the Balkan country closer to snap polls in the summer.
IN Europe, the Super League lasted for all of 48 hours. In Malaysia, the rage over a school’s racial sports policy was stopped within two days.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The world's top chess players are set to resume a tournament in Russia on Monday after it was abruptly halted more than a year ago because of the coronavirus pandemic, with organisers banking on safety measures to ensure its completion this time around.