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Stranded by coronavirus, foreigners overstaying in S. Korea sharply increase

SEOUL: The number of foreigners overstaying in South Korea increased 10 percent on-year in May, as travelers and migrants were stranded by strict border controls around the world due to the novel coronavirus, data showed Wednesday. The number of foreigners

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‘Balik kampung’ allowed from Wednesday, but adhere to SOP

KUALA LUMPUR: Only a few weeks ago the song ‘Balik Kampung’ has left many heartbroken as they were prohibited from travelling to their hometown for Aidilfitri celebrations to prevent COVID-19 infection, but starting this Wednesday everyone is allowed to travel

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227 individuals have benefited from Covid-19 fund

KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 227 individuals who had undergone treatment or were quarantined, received the RM100 a day special aid for loss of income, which as of Wednesday, involved a sum of RM309,700 from the Covid-19 Fund. National Disaster Management

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Oil pares gains as investors wait to see if coronavirus stimulus works

TOKYO: Oil prices rose on Thursday but pared early gains as investors tried to assess how effective massive stimulus by central banks will be in shoring up the global economy as the shock from the coronavirus pandemic deepens. Bucking panic

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Malaysians should make this as the most meaningful 14 days

Hi my fellow Malaysians, This is the first of our 14-day long movement restriction period. It feels a little strange getting up early on a Wednesday morning only to realise that there’s no office to rush to. The biggest mistake

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LTTE: Wednesday hearing for bail application by two detainees

KUALA LUMPUR: The Sessions Court here yesterday set Dec 11 to hear the bail application filed by a restaurant operator and a scrap metal dealer alleged to have links with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) terrorist group. Judge Azura

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39 bodies found in truck container

GRAYS, England – British police found the bodies of 39 people inside a truck at an industrial estate near London on Wednesday and said they had arrested the driver on suspicion of murder. The discovery of the bodies – 38

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Najib’s trial on SRC set on Wednesday

PETALING JAYA: The Kuala Lumpur High Court has fixed April 3 to hear former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak’s trial for money laundering, corruption and abuse of power related to SRC International. Justice Mohd Nazlan Mohd Ghazali fixed the

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