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LONDON: England's shops, hairdressers, gyms and pub gardens will reopen on Monday in what Prime Minister Boris Johnson (pic) said was a "major step" towards freedom from the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic.
BRUSSELS: A majority of residents of European cities support a Europe-wide phaseout of combustion engine car sales from 2030 to reduce planet-warming emissions, a YouGov poll conducted on behalf of environmental campaigners said on Monday.
LONDON: The damage control work at Credit Suisse Group AG from a pair of disasters that stunned the banking world will soon give way to the question of how the 165-year-old institution will rehabilitate its business and reputation.
WHICH part of the US wealth distribution saw its net worth rise the fastest over the past year, five years and decade? No, not the top 1%, according to the distributional financial accounts published last month by the Federal Reserve.
PETALING JAYA: The marketing communications industry is set to thrive with various initiatives being undertaken to spur its growth.
Malaysia moves beyond MCO as adaptability becomes increasingly normal
Pfizer Inc and its German partner BioNTech SE on Friday asked U.S. regulators to allow the emergency use of their vaccine in adolescents aged 12 to 15.
SINGAPORE: Singapore's typically staid politics has been unsettled by an announcement from the chosen successor for prime minister that he was taking himself out of the running, renewing questions over the city-state's leadership planning.
I WAS on my usual weekend hawker rounds in PJ last week, when an elegant lady approached me. I am so glad to see you at places where ordinary people gather – check out the prices: everything is up; not just among hawkers but also in wet markets, among fish-mongers & chicken sellers, as well as in supermarkets and street vendors.