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SEOUL, South Korea (AP): Thousands of young doctors in South Korea began a strike Friday in protest of government medical policy, causing concerns about treatment of patients amid the coronavirus pandemic.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Congressional Democratic leaders and White House officials were set to resume negotiations on coronavirus relief legislation on Wednesday, with the administration officials aiming for an agreement by Friday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's Royal House, in the spotlight this week after former king Juan Carlos decided to leave the country under a cloud of financial scandal, is a publicly-funded institution created to support the king as the head of state and his family.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top Democrats in the U.S. Congress and White House negotiators on Monday said they had made progress in talks on a new coronavirus relief bill, though the administration said President Donald Trump could act alone if no deal is reached.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Hundreds of Thai protesters sang a Japanese cartoon jingle on Sunday with lyrics mocking the government as hungry hamsters feasting on taxpayer cash, part of a new protest movement by youth who say they are using whimsical tactics for serious ends.
Unless former PM Najib gets stay, LHDN can take legal action to recover over RM1.69bil in unpaid taxes, say experts
PETALING JAYA: Unless former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak gets a stay of execution of a High Court order against him pending appeal, the Inland Revenue Board (LHDN) can take legal measures including bankruptcy proceedings to recover more than RM1.69bil from him in unpaid taxes, say tax and legal experts.
ROME (Reuters) - Italian eurosceptics seemed to be on shaky ground on Wednesday after the European Union approved a massive stimulus plan to help the bloc's coronavirus-hit economy, with Rome set to receive a large chunk of the money.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Protesters rallied at the headquarters of Thailand's army on Monday, accusing it of wasting taxpayers' money on procurements and renewing demands for Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's resignation, the latest show of public opposition to his rule.
LONDON (Reuters) - Brexit will make markets less efficient but it won't be disastrous for Britain's economy, an appointee to the Bank of England's Financial Policy Committee (FPC) said on Monday.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - As EU negotiations over a coronavirus recovery fund and a new budget for the bloc ran into an impasse, Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte was singled out by one leader this weekend as the "man responsible for the whole mess".