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TOKYO (Reuters) - Although they will not be featuring in Super Rugby next season, the Sunwolves may still have a future, the CEO of the Tokyo-based franchise said on Tuesday.
SEOUL (Reuters) - An outbreak of COVID-19 at a logistics centre run by one of South Korea's largest online shopping companies has raised concerns over whether the virus can be transmitted by package deliveries.
The crystal market was strong before Covid-19 and remains unaffected. Dubbed "near-gemstones", crystals are treasured as much for their beautiful hues as for their supposed healing benefits.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When Pennsylvania holds primary elections on Tuesday, some election security advocates will be watching closely to see if more than 2,000 new voting machines acquired last year by Philadelphia and two other counties perform without glitches.
HONG KONG (Reuters): Hong Kong has confirmed its first locally transmitted coronavirus cases in more than two weeks, fuelling concerns over its spread as restrictions on movement are relaxed.
A FAMILY of four, who were already in dire straits before the movement control order (MCO), suffered further hardship before two non-governmental organisations (NGOs) stepped in to help.
SEOUL: South Korea reported 27 more cases of Covid-19 (coronavirus) compared to 24 hours ago on Sunday morning (May 31), raising the total number of infections to 11,468.
Chinese flying taxi maker Ehang gets approval to test drone deliveries for cargo weighing over 150kg
Ehang is the world’s first autonomous aerial vehicle company approved to conduct commercial trials of passenger drones for transporting heavy cargo, it says. The pilotless 216 flying car can hold two passengers and travel at up to 130km per hour.
PETALING JAYA: Education must be the basis for a lasting policy change to reduce drink driving-related accidents in the country, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.