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FACTBOX-Jordan’s neighbours and allies voice support for security moves

In a statement published by the state news agency, it said the action was part of a broader security investigation in which a former minister, a member of the royal family and some other unidentified individuals were detained

Jordan's Prince Hamza (R) and his wife Princess Noor (Reuters image/ File photo)

TikTok owner ByteDance says India’s freeze on its bank accounts is harassment: Court filing

Beijing has repeatedly criticised India over that ban and those of other Chinese apps.An Indian tax intelligence unit in mid-March ordered HSBC and Citibank in Mumbai to freeze bank accounts of ByteDance India as it probed so

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Australia enjoys Easter with no new local coronavirus cases

Australians were celebrating Easter Sunday in a relatively unrestricted manner as the country reported no new locally acquired coronavirus cases.

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Suez Canal shipping backlog ends, days after giant vessel freed

The last 61 ships, out of 422 ships that were queuing when the vessel was dislodged on Monday, passed through the vital trade artery on Saturday, the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) said.

In total, 85 ships had been due to pass through the canal on Saturday including 24 ships that arrived after Ever Given was dislodged, the SCA said.

RBI orders MobiKwik to probe alleged data leak – source

Several users said this week they had found information such as their credit card details on a leaked online database that allegedly belonged to MobiKwik, a claim the company has denied.

MobiKwik, which is backed by Sequoia Capital and India's Bajaj Finance, has faced growing criticism this week for denying a leak many customers and digital rights activists say is linked to the company's database.

TSMC to invest up to $100 billion over next three years to meet global chip demand

Rival Intel said this month it will build two new factories at an existing campus in Arizona to make its own chips but also open them to outside customers in what is called a “foundry” business model in the chip industry.

Govt to offer $1 billion cash incentive to every chip-maker who ‘makes in India’

India also wants to establish reliable suppliers for its electronics and telecom industry to cut dependence on China following border skirmishes last year.

US Stocks: Wall Street drops as tech stocks hit by spike in yields

Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp, Amazon.com and Broadcom Inc dropped between 0.9% and 2.7%, as U.S. 10-year Treasury yield hit a 14-month

US Stocks: Wall Street drops as tech stocks hit by spike in yields

Sergio Aguero to leave Manchester City: Factbox on one of EPL’s most lethal strikers of all time

Sergio Aguero to leave Manchester City: He scored a goal in his first Manchester derby when they beat Manchester United 6-1 at Old Trafford, which was seen as signalling a shift in the balance of power in Manchester.

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Manchester City great Sergio Aguero to leave club at end of 2020/21 season

Sergio Aguero to leave Manchester City: The 32-year-old joined the Etihad club from Atletico Madrid in 2011 and went on to score a club record 257 goals in 384 appearances, winning four Premier League titles, one FA Cup and f

Manchester City great Sergio Aguero to leave club at end of 2020/21 season

Adam Neumann’s final WeWork act: Helping SoftBank’s SPAC deal

An unlikely figure helped set the spark for SoftBank Group Corp's $9 billion deal to take WeWork public.

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Pfizer, Moderna COVID-19 vaccines highly effective after first shot in real-world use: US study

COVID-19 vaccines developed by Pfizer Inc with BioNTech SE and Moderna Inc reduced risk of infection by 80% two weeks or more after the first of two shots, according to data from a real-world U.S. study released on Monday.

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Suez Crisis: Ship blocking Suez Canal moves slightly, unclear when it will refloat

If the blockage drags on, shippers may decide to reroute their cargoes around the Cape of Good Hope, adding about two weeks to journeys and extra fuel costs.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin felt minor side effects from COVID-19 vaccine

He said he also had an uncomfortable feeling on the site of the injection.Putin did not reveal which of three Russian vaccines he had taken, saying only the doctor who inoculated him knows that.

Putin said that all three Russian vaccines, the most well-known and widely-available of which is Sputnik V, were almost equal.

About 3,000 people flee to Thailand after Myanmar army’s air strikes on villages

Myanmar’s military launched air strikes on five areas in Mutraw district, near the border, including a displacement camp, the Karen Women’s Organization said.

“At the moment, villagers are hiding in the jungle as more than 3,000 crossed to Thailand to take refuge,” a statement said.Thai PBS reported about 3,000 had reached Thailand. (Reuters image)

Vladimir Putin: Russia to reach herd immunity to COVID-19 by end of summer

Putin, who got vaccinated this week with a Russian-made vaccine, also said the only side effects he experienced were slight pain in his muscles the next morning and an uncomfortable feeling in the site of the injection.

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Beijing enveloped in hazardous sandstorm, second time in two weeks

The Chinese capital Beijing woke on Sunday morning shrouded in thick dust carrying extremely high levels of hazardous particles, as a second sandstorm in two weeks hit the city due to winds from drought-hit Mongolia and north

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Myanmar army launches air strikes in Karen state, says group

The Karen National Union (KNU), the armed ethnic group that controls the southeastern region, said fighter jets attacked Day Pu No in Papun district, an area held by its Brigade 5 forces, at around 8 p.m., forcing villagers t

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UK: No reason to change COVID-19 unlocking plans, says PM Boris Johnson

Johnson said he looked forward to getting his hair cut and having a pint of beer in the garden of a pub, among the activities permitted if stage two of his unlocking plan proceeds on April 12. All non-essential shops are also

Although Johnson has outlined dates at which he plans to ease restrictions, he has been clear that it is "data, not dates" which will determine whether the unlocking can proceed to schedule.

U.S. Stocks: Wall Street climbs on boost from financials, tech stocks

L Brands jumped about 6% after the Victoria's Secret owner raised its current-quarter profit forecast for the second time this month as it benefits from consumers spending their stimulus checks and relaxation of COVID-19 rest

U.S. Stocks: S&P 500, Dow set to open higher on recovery hopes

Smartphone-maker Xiaomi to build EVs at Great Wall Motor’s factory: To announce tie-up soon

Xiaomi, one of the world's biggest smartphone makers, is in talks to use one of Great Wall's plants in China to make EVs under its own brand

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U.S Stocks: Banks, energy stocks drag Wall Street lower; Joe Biden’s presser in focus

The Labor Department's weekly jobless claims report, the most timely indicator of economic health, showed fewer-than-expected Americans filed new claims for state unemployment benefits last week.

U.S. Stocks: Tech stocks drag Wall Street lower at open

Amazon appoints former executive Adam Selipsky as new head of AWS

Selipsky became the CEO of Salesforce.com Inc’s Tableau Software unit in 2016, and under his leadership the value of the division quadrupled in just a few years, Amazon said.

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UAE cabinet approves programme to attract remote workers

Many foreign workers, needed to support demand in Dubai's real estate, services and retail sectors, left last year after firms slashed jobs.

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