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(Reuters) -UEFA is investigating "potential discriminatory incidents" during Hungary's European Championship matches against Portugal and France at the Puskas Arena, European soccer's governing body said on Sunday.
Beijing may have no choice but to reopen its borders and face the risk of outbreaks even if most people are vaccinated, experts sayThere may be more pressure to do so as other countries open up, but it could come at a political cost
JIUQUAN: China launched a spacecraft carrying three astronauts to part of a space station still under construction for the longest stay in low Earth orbit by any Chinese national.
GENEVA (Reuters) -U.S. President Joe Biden told Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday that certain critical infrastructure should be "off-limits" to cyberattacks, but analysts said his efforts were unlikely to be more successful than previous attempts to carve out safe zones online.
(Reuters) - UEFA have been sent an official report on a homophobic banner at Tuesday's Euro 2020 match between Hungary and Portugal.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Cristiano Ronaldo is a match-winner, France are better than Germany and Spain can pass the ball all day without scoring -- there really haven't many surprises after the first round of matches in Euro 2020.
An increasing number of home cooks are turning to healthy, immunity-boosting food during the lockdown
While the first MCO yielded a litany of adventurous home cooks, high Covid-19 figures and a desire to ensure their families' immunity levels are boosted have now resulted in more home cooks turning to healthy home-cooked meals.
Ride-hailing operator Gojek will halve the commission it receives from its Singapore drivers from June 21 till at least the end-2022, in order to help them increase their earnings.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Ride-hailing operator Gojek will halve the commission it receives from its drivers from June 21 till at least the end-2022, in order to help them increase their earnings.
74 per cent of global respondents are confident in Biden’s ability to do ‘the right thing regarding world affairs’, up from just 17 per cent for TrumpChinese leader Xi Jinping’s approval rating stands at only 20 per cent, behind Russia’s Vladimir Putin