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(Reuters) - A top military aide to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei cautioned the United States on Wednesday of consequences of "provocative actions" in Iraq, Iranian news agencies reported.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that Iran or its proxies planned a sneak attack on U.S. targets in Iraq and warned they would pay a "very heavy price" but gave no details.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday he wanted to recall Parliament so legislators could approve a massive aid package he called "the biggest economic measures of our lifetimes".
HONG KONG (AFP) - Asian and European markets mostly dropped Wednesday (April 1) after suffering a diabolical first quarter, with traders contemplating the prospect of lengthy lockdowns as the coronavirus continues its deadly sweep across the planet.
BANGKOK (Bloomberg): Panic buying at supermarkets and hoarding have raised fears over food supplies, and governments for their part are acutely aware that keeping everyone fed at affordable prices is crucial for political stability.
SIBU: A jobless man paid the price for hurting a security guard when he tried to rob him.
BEIJING (Xinhua): The Chinese government will roll out a set of fiscal and financial policies, including allocating more local government bond quota in advance as per due procedures, and intensifying inclusive financial support to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises.
Big shoals of acetes, which are just a few centimetres long, crippled the water pumping stations and caused a unit to go into automatic safe shutdownThe same thing happened the next day with all units powered down, but the safety regulator says they are now in a ‘safe and controllable condition’
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The second phase of the movement control order (MCO), which begins Wednesday (April 1), is a critical period for Malaysians to determine whether efforts to break the Covid-19 chain of infection are successful or not.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York-based hospital system Northwell Health said it has started to make its own nasal swabs using 3D printing, enabling it to produce thousands of swabs a day that can be used in testing for the coronavirus.