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LONDON (Reuters) -British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was fighting to shore up his premiership on Wednesday amid a revolt by his own lawmakers who are angry over a series of lockdown parties in Downing Street.
With business owners struggling to find skilled employees, their job offerings are getting more creative, at least in Germany.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The undersea telecommunications cable connecting Tonga to the rest of the world that was damaged by a volcano eruption will take at least a month to fix, its owner said on Wednesday, with the delay likely hampering disaster recovery efforts.
PETALING JAYA: Two ehailing riders who formed a “shield” between an elderly woman seen crossing a busy road junction have won applause from Malaysians.
The biggest showbiz scandals from a year of Chinese celebrity crackdowns.
IPOH: The usually bustling Sri Subramaniar Temple in Gunung Cheroh here saw Thaipusam being celebrated on a moderate scale this year in compliance with the standard operating procedure (SOP).
Swiss insider to help put group back on path to stability
IN the age of Covid-19, Internet connectivity has become essential in every Malaysian life, as it has proven to be a lifeline, be it to obtain daily necessities or to participate in the digital economy for income generation – especially for those in rural areas.
AT first glance, it seems like a rare, refreshing moment of high principle in public life: Antonio Horta-Osorio, having twice broken Covid-related rules, resigns as chairman of Credit Suisse Group AG. But it’s not that simple.