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MANILA (AP): The Philippines on Wednesday (Oct 21) lifted a ban on non-essential foreign trips by Filipinos, but the immigration bureau said the move did not immediately spark large numbers of departures for tourism and leisure.
MANILA, Oct 16 (AFP): The Philippines has lifted a moratorium on oil and gas exploration in the disputed South China Sea, which the government said Friday could fast-track talks with Beijing on a joint energy project.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Thursday lifted a ban on the Telegram messaging app that had failed to stop the widely-used programme operating despite being in force for more than two years.
PHNOM PENH: Cambodia has lifted a travel ban on people arriving from six countries, while announcing new entry requirements, a day after declaring that only one active Covid-19 case in the country was found in seven days, local media reported.
PHNOM PENH (Xinhua): Cambodia on Wednesday (May 20) lifted a ban on foreign travellers from the United States, Iran, and four European countries after the kingdom has reported no new Covid-19 infections for more than a month.
KATHMANDU (Xinhua): The Nepali government has lifted a ban on the import of food items from eight countries which have been hit hard by the novel coronavirus, citing reduced risk of transmission of virus from food items, a senior official of Nepal's Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development, said.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters): The United States has lifted a ban on a Malaysian medical glove maker it had accused of using forced labour, a government statement showed, amid a surge in demand for personal protective equipment to fight the coronavirus crisis.
ByteDance’s Trust and Safety team is hiring in Silicon Valley city Mountain View, Singapore and Dublin. These are new positions as the team’s risks analysts were previously all based in Beijing, according to sources.
Reports: TikTok distances itself from China amid pressure from the US, while branching out to other markets
The app, valued at US$78bil late last year, continues to face scepticism from US lawmakers and officials. Amid mounting pressure from the US, short video app TikTok is reportedly taking steps to distance itself from China while branching out to other markets.