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SHARES in AMMB Holdings Bhd, the country’s sixth largest bank by assets, tumbled to a four-month low on Wednesday after trade resumed following the announcement that it had agreed last week to accept a massive RM2.83bil global settlement over its role in the 1MDB scandal.
(Reuters) - Sassuolo earned a 3-3 draw against Napoli with the final kick of the game on Wednesday as Francesco Caputo’s penalty rescued a point for the hosts five minutes after Lorenzo Insigne thought he had won the game for the visitors with a late spot kick of his own.
VIENNA (Reuters) - The Austrian ski resort of Ischgl, which became a byword for COVID-19 after a massive outbreak there last year, said on Wednesday it will not open this season as it wants to avoid "unnecessary risks" given stubbornly high infections nationally.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's government on Tuesday ordered the closure of all schools in areas hardest hit by COVID-19 and extended curbs already in place on businesses and movement until after Easter amid worries over new, highly contagious variants.
HONG KONG: Rising demand for a niche material used in solar panels has sent shares of top producer GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd soaring and swelled the fortune of its billionaire founder, delivering an early winner in the global push to tame greenhouse gas emissions.
IT WAS almost a year ago since the residents of Menara City One, Kuala Lumpur, experienced the enhanced movement control order.
China has achieved its poverty alleviation goal, with all of the country's nearly 100 million rural residents living below the current poverty line shaking off poverty after eight years of arduous efforts.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Victoria will allow crowds of up to 50,000 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground when the Australian Football League (AFL) season starts as COVID-19 restrictions ease in the southern state, officials said on Friday.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Tuesday (Feb 23)
DR Lim Mah Hui is known for speaking his mind, having been one of the few city councillors who dared go against the Penang government.