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TAIPEI (Reuters) - U.S. Health Secretary Alex Azar offered President Donald Trump's strong support for democratic Taiwan on Monday, telling President Tsai Ing-wen that her government's response to the coronavirus pandemic had been among the world's best.
The New Mutants aren’t exactly a new superhero team – but with their much-delayed film finally coming out soon, we take a look at this underrated X-Men offshoot.
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has agreed with Europe's biggest hotel group Accor for the group to expand and operate a resort at the $20 billion Al-Ula tourism project in the kingdom’s northwestern region, the Royal Commission for the project said on Sunday.
NEW YORK: Donald Trump just went back on the offensive with Canada, reviving a tariff on the country’s aluminium shipments. But thanks to some oddities in the metal market, producers in the Great White North could escape without incurring a full blow from the duty.
KSK LAND, one of Malaysia’s leading lifestyle property developers, has launched its Platter Accelerator Programme to promote and sustain the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) within the food and beverage (F&B) sector.
HOW much is too much of a good thing? The euro has strengthened 5% versus the dollar this year – a fair reflection of the European Union’s better handling of the coronavirus, not least its historic decision to create a pandemic rescue fund that will involve fiscal transfers from the wealthy north of Europe to the worst-affected countries in the south.
HIROSHIMA (AFP): Japan on Thursday (Aug 6) marked 75 years since the world's first atomic bomb attack, with the coronavirus pandemic forcing a scaling back of ceremonies to remember the victims.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As coronavirus aid negotiations between top White House officials and Democratic leaders in the U.S. Congress bogged down over the past week, the question reverberating through near-empty Capitol hallways has been "Where's Mitch?"
(Reuters) - U.S. astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, home two days from a landmark mission as NASA's first crew to fly a privately built vehicle into orbit, recounted on Tuesday the loud, jarring ride they experienced through Earth's atmosphere before a safe landing at sea.