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SINGAPORE/KUALA LUMPUR/LOS ANGELES: Iflix, the multi-territory streaming firm based in Malaysia, has confirmed a significant wave of job cuts. The company is under pressure during the coronavirus crisis and ahead of debt repayment deadlines
MUMBAI: The Indonesia Open was among a host of badminton events that have been cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Badminton World Federation said on Monday (April 6). The lucrative Indonesia Open, which was scheduled to be held in Jakarta during June 16-21, is one of the three BWF Super-1000 category events scheduled during the year.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - The United States had no knowledge of a shipment of face masks bound for Germany that officials in Berlin have accused it of diverting from an airport in Bangkok, a spokeswoman for the U.S. embassy in Thailand said.
BANGKOK: The Thai government on Monday (April 6) categorically dismissed rumours that a 24-hour curfew would shortly be imposed nationwide from the upcoming Friday, compared to the six-hour curfew currently.
BANGKOK: Thailand's Ministry of Public Health on Monday (Apr 6) reported 51 new COVID-19 cases, the lowest daily increase since March 20.
KANCHANABURI, Thailand (Reuters) - The mahouts at an elephant sanctuary in western Thailand have resorted to swimming in a nearby lake to gather weeds for fodder, as a nationwide lockdown has left them without tourist dollars needed to pay for the fruit their animals like.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand reported 51 new coronavirus cases and three more deaths on Monday, according to a spokesman for the government's Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration.
BANGKOK: Thailand's Ministry of Public Health said on Sunday (April 5) that 102 new infections of Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak were reported in the country.
AT LEAST 1,082,470 cases of infection, including 57,474 deaths have been reported in 188 countries and territories around the world since the epidemic started in December, according to an AFP tally compiled around 1900 GMT Friday based on official sources.