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MOGADISHU, Aug. 6 (Xinhua) -- Flash floods caused by seasonal rains have affected about 191,800 people in Somalia since May and July, causing a humanitarian crisis in the regions affected, the UN humanitarian agency said on Thursday.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Polish opposition members of parliament on Thursday formed a rainbow with their outfits at President Andrzej Duda's swearing-in in solidarity with the LGBT community after he was accused of running a campaign laced with homophobic rhetoric.
KUALA LUMPUR: IHH Healthcare and Petronas Chemicals powered the FBM KLCI to Thursday's highest close while trading volume on the stock exchange recorded another fresh high.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets mostly rose Thursday (Aug 6) building on a two-day rally, with nervous investors keeping an eye on stimulus talks in Washington, while China-US tensions continued to weigh on confidence.
Still in its infancy in Malaysia, cloud kitchens are now being viewed as cost-efficient models for F&B businesses.
HONG KONG shares ended lower on Thursday as Sino-U.S. tensions added to the existing woes about economic fallout, with U.S. Fed policymakers saying a rise in COVID-19 cases in the United States is slowing recovery in the world's largest economy.
LONDON: The Bank of England said on Thursday that Britain's economy would probably take longer to get back to its pre-pandemic size than it previously thought, even if the scale of the hit this year might not be quite as bad.
BANGKOK (Reuters): Thailand has delayed plans for a "travel bubble" agreement with select countries as new daily coronavirus cases rise in parts of Asia, putting pressure on its vital tourism industry and complicating efforts to revive its battered economy.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The number of Housing Board flat resale transactions continued to remain high in July, with prices creeping up, according to flash data released by real estate portal SRX Property on Thursday (Aug 6).
A bail hearing by Zoom for the 17-year-old accused of hacking some of the world’s highest-profile Twitter accounts last month offered some surprises when a lawyer revealed that the teenager was already under investigation last year – and then the session was interrupted by participants showing porn.