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Three travellers who arrived in the Philippines from South Africa, Burkina Faso in West Africa, and Egypt have tested positive for Covid-19 but their samples are still undergoing genome sequencing to determine if they have the Omicron variant.
France will continue to engage with Brunei and Asean to further boost cooperation and its presence in the region through active diplomacy approach, said Director for Asia and Oceania from France’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Bertrand Lortholary.
China should chase “all possible cooperation” with its Asia-Pacific and European trading partners to counter pressure from the United States, which has recently doubled down on building a Western front against Beijing, said a Chinese think tank.
KOTA BHARU: The Agriculture and Food Industries Ministry has given an assurance that the prices of basic necessities will stabilise in a week or two.
Number of people in need of aid, protection jumped to nearly 275 million, Myanmar among the worst, says UN
Some 274 million people worldwide will need emergency aid and protection in 2022, a 17 per cent increase from last year, the UN humanitarian affairs chief said has announced.
ISKANDAR PUTERI: Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd (Perodua) targets to deliver 30,000 units by the end of the month with over 200,000 units sold for 2021.
A well-known Chinese producer questioned the legality of a recent blacklist of celebrities by an industry association, marking a rare public disagreement with the government’s crackdown on “poorly-behaved” entertainers.
The US and European Union held a new round of diplomatic talks on their relations with China on Thursday, the latest sign of a burgeoning transatlantic united front to confront Beijing amid rising geopolitical tensions.
Hong Kong police arrest schoolboy, 16, seize HK$14 million in liquid cocaine after swooping on industrial building flat
Police have arrested a 16-year-old Hong Kong schoolboy in an anti-narcotics operation that uncovered HK$14 million (US$1.8 million) worth of liquid cocaine inside a San Po Kong industrial building.
As US-China tensions increase and Washington pivots to the Indo-Pacific, the US Army is preparing for any potential conflict with China by focusing on bases, logistics and long-range missiles suited to the region’s vast distances, its top official has announced.