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The pandemic forced a complete shutdown of Nepal’s mountaineering industry in 2020, dealing a harsh blow to the tiny Himalayan country’s tourism-dependent economy.
Saudi Arabia has restricted the annual Haj pilgrimage to citizens and residents and set a maximum of 60, 000 pilgrims in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the state Saudi Press Agency reported on Saturday.
ADIGRAT/ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (Reuters) - The northern highlands of Ethiopia became a global byword for famine in the mid-1980s, when drought and conflict combined to create a disaster that killed as many as one million people. Now hunger is stalking the Tigray region again, and a senior UN official alleges that starvation is being used as a weapon of war.
In her first week working for the Trickbot group in 2018, Alla Witte wrote a code to track each of the hundreds of users weaponising its malware, according to the indictment. Within months, she produced a video tutorial showing her Trickbot partners how to use the tracking software.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc ads chief Carolyn Everson is leaving the company, she said in a post on the social media platform on Wednesday.
TOKYO: Boeing Co charged the Japanese government an “excessive” price for some spare parts for its refueling tanker plane, as much as 16 times more than the US Air Force paid for its latest versions, according to a service assessment
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg): The Monetary Authority of Singapore released its inaugural sustainability report, laying out its battle plan to green the city-state’s finance sector and lead the energy transition in Asia.
Apollo faces Canada pension review as stain outlasts Black
LIMA/SANTIAGO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Peru's market and mining watchers are wary of a presidential election victory for socialist Pedro Castillo, who was building a narrow lead on Monday, but see a potential silver lining: a sharply split vote could hinder his plans for dramatic reforms.
VIENNA (Reuters) - The head of Austrian state holdings group OBAG, Thomas Schmid, stepped down on Tuesday as prosecutors investigate whether Chancellor Sebastian Kurz perjured himself in saying he was not involved in appointing Schmid and OBAG's supervisory board.