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Healthcare professionals often risk their health and sacrifice quality of life in the line of duty – more so during times of infectious epidemics like the current coronavirus outbreak.
At this ski resort in Norway, you can get a taste of the Scandinavian ski experience even though climate change has resulted in lack of snow.
Leticia Hidalgo smears her face with sunscreen and walks steadily across the weedy wasteland she has come to know as one of Mexico's killing fields.
GEORGE TOWN: The electronic manufacturing sector in Penang is the hardest hit by the coronavirus (Covid-19), as many of the test equipment and chip producers here face a serious shortage of raw materials, an unprecedented situation that has disrupted production.
SINGAPORE: Saudi Arabia plans to boost oil output next month to well above 10 million barrels a day, as the kingdom responds aggressively to the collapse of its OPEC+ alliance with Russia. The world’s largest oil exporter engaged in an all-out price war on Sunday by slashing pricing for its crude by the most in more than 30 years.
PETALING JAYA: Some 40 flat occupants had to vacate a three-storey building in Datuk Keramat, Kuala Lumpur after works to upgrade the drainage by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) caused the structure to tilt and cracks to form.
DETROIT (Reuters) - For Bernie Sanders to remain competitive with Joe Biden in the battle for the Democratic presidential nomination, he will have to repeat what he did four years ago: win the Michigan primary.
KUALA LUMPUR: As the COVID-19 outbreak widens with Malaysia entering the second wave of spread, the banks’ preparedness along with measures undertaken by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) are a shot in the arm for the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) during this difficult time.
MUMBAI: State Bank of India said on Saturday it would need to invest up to 24.5 billion rupees ($331 million) to buy a 49% stake in Yes Bank Ltd as part of the initial phase of a rescue deal for the troubled lender.
LAST week was very eventful events as the Fed lowered interest rates and Bank of Canada cut rates 50 basis points, market volatility went up and there was a division in Opec.