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NEW DELHI (Reuters) -In India's capital, Delhi, thousands of commuters crowded into underground train stations and shopping malls on Tuesday, prompting some doctors to warn it could lead to a resurgence in COVID-19 infections.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India's daily coronavirus cases on Saturday rose by a record for the fifth time this week and deaths surged to the highest in more than five months, with hospitals and crematoriums overflowing in parts of the country.
SINGER and actress Adibah Noor (pic), who had the spotlight trained on her when she corrected the pronunciation of a minister, said she has received messages from people asking her to teach English, Berita Harian reported.
IN what is believed to be the first case in Malaysia, a husband dying from liver cirrhosis has a chance of being saved by his wife.
By targeting health care providers with attacks that scramble and lock up data until victims pay a ransom, hackers can demand thousands or millions of dollars and wreak havoc until they’re paid.
A target has been set for countries around the world to decrease new hepatitis B and C cases to 10% by 2030.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona said on Tuesday they have sacked sporting director Eric Abidal, a day after dispensing with coach Quique Setien in response to exiting the Champions League last week with an 8-2 drubbing by Bayern Munich.
(Reuters) - Ronald Koeman has said he is in talks to leave his role as Netherlands manager in order to succeed Quique Setien as coach of Barcelona, who continued a restructuring effort on Tuesday by sacking sporting director Eric Abidal.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - George Best was arguably the finest footballer never to have played in a World Cup yet his absence from the biggest stage did little to harm his international fame.
TOKYO (AFP): Doctors in Japan have successfully transplanted liver cells derived from embryonic stem cells into a newborn baby, in a world first that could provide new treatment options for infants.