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Prime Minister Hun Sen has instructed the minister of justice to work with the Phnom Penh Municipal Court and city hall to take legal action against a senior police official for violating lockdown measure.
(Reuters) - Mixed martial artist Brendan Loughnane will be top of the bill when the Professional Fighters League (PFL) returns in Atlantic City next week thanks to the votes of fans using blockchain-based tokens to show their appreciation for him.
While some of us can't wait to get dressed up again, or cram our schedules with activities, others have discovered that they would prefer to continue the routines that the pandemic helped them establish – whether that's holding nightly family dinners, embracing a less hectic social life or forgoing makeup.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's supreme leader said on Wednesday that ongoing talks between Tehran and global powers to salvage their 2015 nuclear deal must not become "attritional", state television reported.
Tourism operators in Malaysia can now tap into the Malaysian Tourism Incentive Fund (Gamelan) to revitalise the domestic tourism sector amid Covid-19, says the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Eintracht Frankfurt coach Adi Huetter will take over Borussia Moenchengladbach next season on a three-year contract following the departure of Marco Rose, the clubs said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) -Britain's biggest sportswear retailer JD Sports on Tuesday forecast profit growth this year and announced plans to ramp up warehouse capacity to fulfil online orders and minimise disruptions from Brexit.
(Reuters) - England's cricket team would be prepared to boycott social media if the players wanted to take a stand against online abuse, bowler Stuart Broad said.
After a one-year hiatus because of the pandemic, the Kampung Baru bubur lambuk prepared by the Kampung Baru Masjid Jamek mosque will be distributed again this year, following SOP from the government.
South Korea will resume AstraZeneca Plc’s Covid-19 vaccine inoculations for those between the ages of 30 and 60 years as its health authorities balanced potential risks of the shots against a widening outbreak.