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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia ordered its top army command to begin returning troops to their permanent bases inside the country from Friday, saying it had successfully completed a "snap inspection" of forces in its south and west, near the border with Ukraine, the RIA news agency reported.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Pankaj Solanki, a doctor and the director of a small hospital in New Delhi, rushed to an oxygen vendor earlier this week to secure enough cylinders to keep 10 COVID-19 patients on the ICU ward breathing.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Under fire for his handling of the world's worst COVID-19 surge, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has opened vaccinations for all adults from next month, but supplies are already running short.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss President Guy Parmelin heads to Brussels on Friday for a summit with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen over a stalled treaty that threatens to put ties between Switzerland and its biggest trading partner into a deep freeze.
DUBAI (Reuters) - The family of a former top Saudi intelligence official who is living in exile and locked in an international feud with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman say they have become pawns in the kingdom’s efforts to bring the spy chief home.
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have arrested 200 individuals for movement control order violations on Wednesday (April 21).
HOUSING and Local Government Minister Datuk Zuraida Kamaruddin visited Gamuda Cove and Paya Indah Discovery Wetlands today (April 22) in conjunction with Earth Day, as part of the ministry’s drive towards improving the standard of sustainable land use and optimisation in the country.
The water and waste management industry is fast becoming a technology and science-based operation.
SEOUL (Reuters) - It was 7:30 a.m. on Christmas Eve when Cha Jung-hoon, South Korea's deputy minister for small businesses, got a call from his boss to make an urgent three-hour car trip to visit syringe maker Poonglim Pharmatech.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Biden administration is working with Congress to provide an additional $300 million in civilian assistance to Afghanistan, U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said on Wednesday.