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SEOUL (Reuters) - For the first time in nearly 10 days North Korea's daily "fever" cases dropped below 200,000, state media said on Sunday, reporting "a positive trend" after measures were taken to control the country's first acknowledged COVID-19 outbreak.
TULSA, Oklahoma (Reuters) - After narrowly making the PGA Championship cut a defiant Tiger Woods had predicted he still had a chance to hoist the Wanamaker trophy but any remaining belief disappeared in a nightmare nine-over 79 third round on Saturday.
TULSA, Oklahoma (Reuters) -Unheralded Mito Pereira became the first Chilean to lead a major by surging to the top of the PGA Championship leaderboard midway through Saturday's third round, as miserable conditions brought many of the world's best golfers to their knees.
How five Malaysian bars in the Asia’s 50 Best Bars list survived the lockdown and what they are looking forward to next.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel rides a rainbow bicycle and worries about global warming, Lewis Hamilton is a passionate campaigner for human rights and diversity, while Lando Norris addresses mental health issues.
Six months after Hong Kong introduced equity index futures to make it easier for international investors to bet on Chinese stocks, Singapore still rules the market, although its Asian rival is making inroads.
More than two years on, Australian producers are still feeling the lingering impact of China’s one-sided trade war.
MELAKA: The National Recovery Council (NRC) opines that the five-year target set by Tourism Malaysia for the country's tourism sector to recover is too long.
(Reuters) - Elon Musk has made a name for himself and Tesla by breaking the rules, but the billionaire's latest comments on politics and a claim of sexual harassment against him that he said is untrue may hurt the brand in the eyes of some car owners and employees.
LONDON, May 20 (Xinhua) -- Market research company GfK said on Friday that its Consumer Confidence Index for Britain in May dropped to its lowest level since records began in 1974 amid the country's raging cost-of-living crisis.