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The country has announced the strictest curbs on social gatherings and public activities since easing a Covid-19 lockdown last year, amid a rise in local infections and with new coronavirus clusters forming in recent weeks.
Shipbuilding firm eyeing assets with earnings visibility
A letter from MOHAMMAD NAQIB EISHAN JAN, Law professor, International Islamic University Malaysia.
Great teachers never retire; they continue to use their skills and expertise honed over years to help others. To mark Teachers Day, StarMetro features former educators whose passion to contribute has not dimmed.
PETALING JAYA: The number of Covid-19 deaths in Malaysia may have peaked in February, but the rate of fatalities in recent weeks could see the month of May breaking that unwanted record.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - On a crisp spring day in 2019, Cote Cumplido took up a banner and joined more than a million people marching through the streets of the Chilean capital Santiago to demand greater equality and major changes to its political system.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungarian fencer Gergely Siklosi was 22-years-old, fresh off a a string of triumphs and topping the world rankings when the call came that the coronavirus pandemic had forced the postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
SATARA/LUCKNOW, India (Reuters) - Ashok Khondare, a 39-year-old vegetable seller in the western Indian city of Pune, had already borrowed money to pay for his sister's treatment when she died in a private hospital two weeks after contacting COVID-19.
(Reuters) - A unit of Japan's Toshiba Corp said on Friday it had been hacked in Europe by the DarkSide ransomware group widely believed to have been behind a crippling fuel pipeline attack in the United States this week.