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US search engine DuckDuckGo and four of its European peers on Oct 27 asked EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager to arrange a meeting with Google to resolve concerns related to the Alphabet unit's continued dominance on Android devices.
Healthcare professionals not only need to be protected physically from Covid-19, but also mentally and emotionally from the high demands on them during this pandemic.
(Reuters) - The United States is likely to have enough safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines available to inoculate the most vulnerable Americans by the end of 2020, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said on Wednesday.
KOTA KINABALU: Former chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman has rejected aspersions that the unprecedented Covid-19 spike in Sabah was triggered by his failed July 29 bid to take back the state government through defections.
WASHINGTON, Oct 17 (The Straits Times/ANN): Singaporean blogger Amos Yee, 20, was charged with solicitation and possession of child porn in an Illinois court on Friday (Oct 16), according to local media reports.
WASHINGTON (ANN): Singaporean blogger Amos Yee, 20, was charged with solicitation and possession of child porn in an Illinois court on Friday (Oct 16), according to local media reports.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - English football's increasingly bitter row over plans to change the structure and financing of the game descended into threats and warnings ahead of Wednesday's crunch meeting of Premier League clubs.
JAKARTA, Oct 10 (Reuters): Two members of an investigative team sent to Indonesia's easternmost region of Papua were shot and wounded during a fact-finding mission related to recent shootings in the area, the government said on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Barnsley defender Bambo Diaby has been banned for two years after breaching the Football Association's anti-doping rules, English soccer's governing body said on Wednesday.
LONDON: Supermarkets, food manufacturers and restaurant chains under pressure from campaigners over their environmental impact urged Britain on Monday to strengthen a plan to stop tropical forests from being cut down to grow cocoa, palm oil and soy.