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(Reuters) - The work of U.S. and Canadian missionaries kidnapped in Haiti over the weekend included helping rebuild homes following an August earthquake on the island, according to their Ohio-based organization that has aid projects all over the world.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Family needs to work together to revive the country and adapt to the new norms amid challenging economic times and a health crisis, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
BY now, millions of Malaysians would have criss-crossed the country following the lifting of the inter-state travel ban on Monday. Some are out to fulfil their wanderlust but for many it is a long awaited heartfelt journey to meet their loved ones, perhaps for the first time after the ban was imposed earlier this year.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Newly installed Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg said the country's ruling coalition is on "thin ice" but could still work together after his predecessor Sebastian Kurz quit last week.
Now that interstate travel is allowed and with post-pandemic tourism recovery set to be driven by domestic tourism, stakeholders need to rethink ways to better cater to domestic tourists.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - EU Foreign Policy Chief Josep Borrell said on Friday that Iran wants to meet in Brussels with EU officials who are coordinating indirect talks between the United States and Iran along with some other parties to the 2015 nuclear deal.
The Californian tech giant is giving an undisclosed sum to help with disaster relief efforts in the northern province of Shanxi. Big Tech firms in China have been responding to calls by Beijing to contribute more to society in pursuit of “common prosperity”.
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s Malaysian Family concept, which he introduced when he was appointed Prime Minister on Aug 20, transcends race and religion and has three main characteristics: inclusivity, common ground and contentment.
PARIS (Reuters) - A pending visit to Tehran by the European Union's coordinator for talks to revive the Iran nuclear deal is vital to its future, France said on Wednesday, questioning the new hardline Iranian administration's commitment to salvaging the pact.