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(Reuters) - Leeds United players have donated 25,000 pounds ($33,000) to a campaign providing free school meals to children in Britain after being inspired by Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford's efforts, captain Liam Cooper said.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Istana Negara has become the centre of political intrigue as the Malay Rulers are set to hold a special meeting to deliberate the government’s plan to declare a state of emergency to deal with the rising number of Covid-19 cases. KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The atmosphere at the main entrance to Istana Negara is mainly calm with police officers on standby and maintaining a vigilant presence.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's famed masked wrestlers are trying to get their coronavirus-hit sport off the canvas by taking their colorful fights to a small island nestled in the heart of Mexico City's popular Xochimilco canals.
(Reuters) - Champions Liverpool got back to winning ways in the Premier League with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Sheffield United but their likely title rivals all dropped points on Saturday.
E.l.f. Beauty buys clean beauty brand W3II People with the strategic aim of expanding its clean beauty segment.
The sun lights the way to a bright future that will allow houses and companies to power up without having to entirely depend on electricity generated by fossil fuel.
Malaysians stealing hand sanitisers and face masks from hospitals are being called "selfish" by doctors on social media.
KLANG: The Selangor government has announced a stimulus package to counter the economic impact of the Covid-19.
BEIJING/PHILADELPHIA: Newscasts bring word of "hot zones” and "lockdowns.” Conversations are littered with talk of "quarantines” and "isolation.” Leaders urge "social distancing” and "sheltering in place” and "flattening the curve.” In an instant, our vocabulary has changed - just like everything else.
Movement control order: Local telcos helping Malaysians stay connected with free Internet data and more (Updated)
Check out what local telcos like Celcom, U Mobile and more have to offer Malaysians to stay connected during the movement control order period.