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PETALING JAYA: The prospect of returning to training and pairing up with youngster Alia Husna Budruddin when shooting practice resumes at the National Sports Council (NSC) range left veteran air rifle shooter Nur Suryani Taibi restless, sleepless, excited and forgetful.
SHANGHAI: Two-time Olympic champion Lin Dan (pic) has opened the door to playing again next year, just days after announcing his retirement from international competition at the age of 36.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A Turkish court on Friday annulled a 1934 government decree that had turned Istanbul's Hagia Sophia into a museum, opening the way for the sixth-century building to be converted back into a mosque.
HONG KONG, July 10 (AFP): Asian markets sank Friday as rising virus infection rates across the world put the brakes on the latest rally.
LONDON: World stocks and oil prices were faltering on Friday as record-setting new coronavirus cases in several U.S. states led to worries that more lockdowns may be necessary, making a quick economic recovery unlikely.
BENGALURU: Gold was set for a fifth straight weekly gain on Friday as worries over a spike in U.S. coronavirus cases kept the safe-haven metal near the technical $1,800-per-ounce threshold.
NEW YORK/LONDON: Equity markets slid on Thursday after U.S. data raised worries about the economy's recovery and doused enthusiasm that drove a Chinese stock rally for an eighth straight day, while the dollar rebounded as new coronavirus cases hit another record.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York's mayor joined activists on Thursday to paint "Black Lives Matter" in giant yellow letters on the city's exclusive Fifth Avenue in front of Trump Tower, once the crown jewel in President Donald Trump's property empire.
BANK Negara on Tuesday slashed its overnight policy rate (OPR) by 25 basis points to 1.75%, the lowest since the current interest rate framework was introduced in 2004
SINGAPORE: When Credit Agricole SA and HSBC Holdings Plc issued a payment guarantee for a US$76.5mil fuel purchase from a Singapore trader in March, they unwittingly became the latest victims in a series of trade finance scandals that have led to more than US$9bil in potential losses for global lenders.