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(Reuters) - Europe crossed 75 million coronavirus cases on Friday, according to a Reuters tally, as the region braces for the new Omicron variant at a time when hospitals in some countries are already strained by the current surge.
(Reuters) - The Omicron variant, spreading now in southern Africa and detected in over 30 other countries, has prompted fears it could significantly undermine the effectiveness of vaccines against COVID-19.
(Reuters) - Nvidia Corp's dreams of acquiring British chip technology provider Arm for a hefty price of over $80 billion may not materialize, but analysts believe the chipmaker has plenty to focus on as it pushes into the metaverse.
WARSAW (Reuters) - The Polish unit of T-Mobile said on Friday it had faced a cyber attack but said its network was not blocked and its critical systems had not been compromised.
Health DG: Travellers joining Langkawi travel bubble allowed to visit other states in Malaysia, need to observe mandatory quarantine
PETALING JAYA: Travellers from other countries - aside from the eight subjected to temporary travel restrictions - are allowed to join the Langkawi travel bubble.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Leaders of the world’s largest economies hailed a recent agreement to overhaul global corporate tax rules as key ensuring multinationals paid their fair share of tax.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Retail sales in Singapore saw better-than-expected growth in October despite tighter Covid-19 restrictions, partly due to higher mobile phone sales from new product launches.
Uber Technologies Inc has agreed to pay a US$9mil (RM38.07mil) settlement for its failure to comply with requests from California regulators for information about sexual assault claims made by its customers and drivers over nearly two years.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The migrant crisis on the Belarus-Polish border has caused logistics problems for Russian food producers, who are suffering losses and risk having to temporarily stop production if the situation worsens.
Exactly one year after Timnit Gebru was dismissed from her post at Google, the prominent expert in artificial intelligence ethics announced plans for a new AI research institute, designed to be an independent group committed to diverse points of view and preventing harm.