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UK PM Johnson Stable After Second Night in ICU Battling Covid-19

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was set to spend a second night in intensive care on Tuesday to help his fight against a coronavirus infection.

WhatsApp Limits Message Forwarding to Slow Spread of Covid-19 Misinformation

Facebook Inc's WhatsApp tightened message forwarding limits today, restricting users to sharing forwarded content one chat at a time.

Kennedy Granddaughter, Great-Grandson Missing in Chesapeake Bay

The granddaughter of the late Robert F Kennedy and her young son went missing on Friday after drifting out into the Chesapeake Bay on a canoe.

The Tabligh Retreat That Sparked India’s Major Coronavirus Manhunt

Thousands linked to an outbreak of coronavirus at the largest cluster reported in India.

“Shoot Them Dead”: Duterte Says Won’t Tolerate Lockdown Violators

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has warned violators of coronavirus lockdown measures they could be shot for causing trouble.

Outrage over Women Ministry’s Sexist MCO Advice

Covid-19 coronavirus lockdown advice issued by the Women, Family and Community Affairs Ministry that urges women to dress up at home and avoid nagging their husbands sparked a sexism row.

Covid-19: US Death Toll Climbs Past 3,000

New York welcomed the arrival of a gleaming 1,000-bed US Navy hospital ship on Monday as a beacon of hope for the city's desperate fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

US Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 1,000 as Unemployment Widens

The US coronavirus death toll toThe US coronavirus death toll topped the 1,000 milestone.

Latest on Covid-19 Spread as Death Toll Nears 19,000

Nearly 421,000 people have been infected across the world and more than 18,800 have died.

Prince Charles Tests Positive for Coronavirus

Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, has tested positive for coronavirus.

Tokyo Olympics Postponed to 2021

Event postponed for the first time in its 124-year modern history.

Covid-19: Almost 800 Die in Italy in Last 24 Hours

Italy recorded a rise in deaths from the coronavirus of almost 800 on Saturday, taking the toll in the world's hardest-hit country to almost 5,000.

Country Music Legend Kenny Rogers Dies at 81

Grammy-winning country singer Kenny Rogers died late on Friday night at the age of 81.

India Executes Four Men Convicted in 2012 Delhi Bus Rape and...

India hanged four men today who were convicted for the rape and murder of a young woman on a bus in New Delhi in 2012.

Covid-19: Italy Overtakes China with 3,405 Deaths

Italy’s death toll from the Covid-19 coronavirus overtook that of China.

Ismail Sabri: Hotel Quarantine Centres Can’t Charge More Than RM150 per Room Night

Hotels which have been gazetted as quarantine stations for Malaysians returning from abroad cannot charge more than RM150 per room per night as agreed with Putrajaya.

Government to Distribute 4 Face Masks per Household

A total of 24.6 million face masks will be given away to households nationwide to protect themselves against Covid-19.

Authorities Slammed for Inaction Against Airlines Refusing to Refund Cancelled Flights

Matta has voiced its disappointment with the authorities for their silence on fare refund issues faced by travel agents and passengers of cancelled flights due to Covid-19.

Cops to Issue RM1,000 Fine for Violating MCO from Today

Flouters of the movement control order will face a compound of at least RM1,000 from today.

Jailed for Fishing to Feed Family amid MCO, Duo Now Sentenced to Community Service

Two labourers who were sentenced to three-month jail after they were caught fishing during the MCO to feed their families, were ordered to perform community service.

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