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American healthcare workers face increased threats and mistreatment due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: A move to let private hospitals train their own specialists could benefit hundreds of medical officers who are still waiting for contracts or permanent jobs, says the Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia (APHM).
THIS was no typical start to the work week in Singapore. At a bus depot in the city-state’s northern suburbs, people were lining up to do something extraordinary: make the journey of less than 2km across the water to Malaysia.
Urban poverty is on course to triple in Myanmar, pushing nearly half the population below the poverty line next year, the United Nations said on Wednesday, as the twin impact of the pandemic and a military coup threaten progress made in the past decade.
(Reuters) - Urban poverty is on course to triple in Myanmar, pushing nearly half the population below the poverty line next year, the United Nations said on Wednesday, as the twin impact of the pandemic and a military coup threaten progress made in the past decade.
ALPERCATA, Brazil (Reuters) - Amid tearful goodbyes, Ana Paula Souza, her husband and their infant son set off for the United States, one of hundreds of families to depart the small Brazilian town of Alpercata in recent months.
The efficacy of Covid-19 vaccines wanes with time, and people need to be convinced about the need and safety of booster shots.
SUNDERLAND, England (Reuters) - When Britain left the European Union on Jan. 31 last year, Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his top ministers travelled to Sunderland for a special cabinet meeting and hailed "a new chapter in the United Kingdom's story."
TOKYO (Bloomberg): Attempts to appoint female leaders in Japan meet with resistance from men and women who see them as running counter to traditional values, according to the new head of the country’s biggest federation of labor unions.