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JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesians in Jakarta returned to mosques on Friday for prayers after the city relaxed rules on attending places of worship as part of a loosening of restrictions in place since late March to contain the spread of the coronavirus.Jakarta's governor on Thursday announced some easing of restrictions including attending mosques for communal prayers but warned the fight against the outbreak was far from over in southeast Asia's biggest city.
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has unveiled a host of measures in the government’s Short-Term Economic Recovery Plan aimed at alleviating the worst effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The next expansion for Elite Dangerous will let players explore distant planets on foot, discovering outposts and settlements as they do so. The next expansion for Elite Dangerous will let players explore distant planets on foot, discovering outposts and settlements as they do so.
ISLAMABAD/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Four weeks ago, with its most important festival coming up and millions of people facing starvation as economic activity dwindled, Pakistan lifted a two-month-long coronavirus lockdown.
PORT DICKSON: A 45-year-old unemployed man was fined RM6,000 by the Magistrate's Court here after he pleaded guilty to drink driving.
KUALA LUMPUR: Data from the Statistics Department shows that Malaysia's trade deficit in services narrowed in 2019 as exports hit an all-time high of RM169.8 bil, a 4% increase from the previous year due to a higher demand in the travel, air transport and professional services.
Baidu’s self-driving car business has gone seven years without making money; it says it’s ready to stick with it for seven more
Since it started developing self-driving technologies in 2013, Baidu has yet to make money from autonomous driving. The company is committed to continuing to invest in the sector for at least the next seven years, the head of its autonomous driving unit Apollo says.
TOKYO (AFP): Japan's household spending slumped again in April, falling 11.1 per cent from a year earlier, government data showed Friday (June 5), as the world's third-largest economy struggled with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
MANILA (Xinhua): The Philippines' headline inflation further slowed down to 2.1 per cent in May 2020 from 2.2 per cent in April 2020, mainly due to lower transpiration cost, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) said on Friday (June 5).