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(Reuters) - Facebook's oversight board, a body set up by the social network to give independent verdicts on a small number of thorny content decisions, has ruled Facebook was right to bar former U.S. President Donald Trump after the Jan 6. riot but wrong in placing an indefinite suspension.
(Reuters) - Zynga Inc said on Wednesday it would buy mobile game ad network Chartboost and raised its full-year bookings forecast, counting on robust performance of titles such as "Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells" and the expected launch of "Farmville 3".
GENEVA (Reuters) - The world cannot act soon enough to put idle manufacturing capacity to work making COVID-19 vaccines to help redress a massive imbalance in global supply, the head of the World Trade Organization said on Wednesday.
While steep ASP hikes are expected to be on hold for now as players realign their supply away from the US – which offers a premium in the 5%-10% range – Hartalega noted that the demand-supply equilibrium remains favourable for manufacturers.
Thailand's new confirmed Covid-19 cases and fatalities continued to mount on Wednesday as the country grappled with its worst coronavirus outbreak so far.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia is considering barring overseas pilgrims from the annual haj for the second year running as COVID-19 cases rise globally and worries grow about the emergence of new variants, two sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Fifty-eight percent of people living in the world's democracies are satisfied with the response of their government to the COVID-19 pandemic though over half believe their freedoms have been overly restricted, a survey published on Wednesday found.
The Bank of Thailand is expected to keep its benchmark interest rate unchanged Wednesday as investors seek clarity on how the nation’s biggest wave of Covid-19 infections yet is impacting the economy.
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a negative effect on the sleep pattern of the world's population, says an international hospitality group.