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ATHENS (Reuters) - Before COVID-19, visits to Greece's paper-strewn labour offices were a ordeal of queues and case files, often for basic matters that in less than a year have moved online as the pandemic upended old administrative routines.
YANGON (Reuters): Supporters of Myanmar's military, some armed with knives and clubs, others firing catapults and throwing stones, attacked opponents of the Feb. 1 coup on Thursday (Feb 25), while Southeast Asian neighbours looked for ways to end the crisis.
PARIS (Reuters) - Mafia-type organisations, often based in eastern Europe, are likely to have been behind a recent wave of cyber attacks on French hospitals, rather than foreign powers, said the French minister for digital technology Cedric O on Thursday.
YANGON (Reuters): Supporters and opponents of Myanmar's military clashed on the streets of Yangon on Thursday (Feb 25) as authorities blocked students from leaving their campus to march, a day after a first flurry of diplomacy aimed at resolving the crisis.
In November, Paula Mont did something new: The 86-year-old, who hasn’t left her New Jersey senior living community in nearly a year, went shopping – online.
KUALA LUMPUR: AmBank Group has partnered Merchantrade Asia Sdn Bhd in a hybrid e-wallet venture as part of the banking group’s fintech driven initiatives.
JAKARTA (Reuters) Indonesia is holding intensive talks with both the Myanmar military and representatives of the ousted elected government in a bid to end a crisis over a Feb 1 military coup, Indonesia's foreign minister said on Wednesday (Feb 24).
(Reuters) - Supporters of Myanmar's military, some armed with knives and clubs, others firing catapults and throwing stones, attacked opponents of the Feb. 1 coup on Thursday, as protests against the new junta continued in the country's largest city.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Manchester City were not clinical enough despite beating Borussia Moenchengladbach 2-0 in the Champions League on Wednesday, coach Pep Guardiola said.
NIAMEY (Reuters) - Supporters of Niger's opposition leader Mahamane Ousmane set up burning barricades and clashed with riot police in the capital Niamey on Wednesday, as the former president declared himself the winner of Sunday's vote, despite losing the official tally.