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FROM customer demand to supply chains, most sectors have been affected by measures taken to control the Covid-19 pandemic, and the legal sector is no exception.
Tidal has significantly expanded the number of devices that support Dolby Atmos.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - AstraZeneca's cancer drug Calquence has shown initial signs of helping hospitalised COVID-19 patients get through the worst of the disease, as researchers scramble to repurpose existing treatments to help fight the deadly infection.
Groups join hands to feed people under zero food waste initiatives.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Health Ministry is considering making Covid-19 vaccination compulsory once it is discovered, says Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
ZURICH (Reuters) - A Swiss court upheld on Friday the conviction of an ex-aide to Attorney General Michael Lauber for accepting gifts from Russian prosecutors, including a week-long bear hunt in Siberia's Kamchatka peninsula, but imposed no penalty on him.
STOCKHOLM (AFP): Sweden's former ambassador to China went on trial in Stockholm on Friday (June 5) accused of overstepping her mandate and risking national security by trying to negotiate the release of a dissident.
HONG KONG: At the height of last year’s protests in Hong Kong, Daniel Wong Kwok-tung regularly received late-night requests from a mysterious group known as Spark Alliance to provide legal assistance to demonstrators rounded up in street battles with police.
My memories of studying medicine in Russia include heavy grey winter skies, warm pirozhki in the freezing cold, and the choking odour of formalin-bathed cadavers in anatomy practicals. I remember vividly one cadaver we studied belonged to a lady.