Created 07 March 2022
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Virus chaos pushes more expats to join Hong Kong exodus

For the last eight years Mathilde and her family have called Hong Kong home, but as the coronavirus tears through the city they are joining an exodus of foreign workers looking for an escape route.

Virus chaos pushes more expats to join Hong Kong exodus

 
Created 04 March 2022
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Grab’s slowdown is where rubber hits road

Grab is perilously navigating around grumpy investors, reluctant drivers and fickle users.

Grab’s slowdown is where rubber hits road

   
Created 03 March 2022
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WHO recommends Merck Covid pill for non-severe, at-risk patients

The World Health Organization on Wednesday recommended an anti-Covid pill be taken by sufferers who have mild symptoms but are at high risk of hospitalization, such as older people or the unvaccinated.

WHO recommends Merck Covid pill for non-severe, at-risk patients

 
Created 14 May 2020
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German firm circulates internal document with infamous nine-dash line

A document pharmaceutical giant Bayer Vietnam circulated internally was found to contain China’s illegal and infamous nine-dash line.

German firm circulates internal document with infamous nine-dash line

   
Created 29 April 2020
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Aviation industry warns of cargo capacity shortfall

The global aviation industry warned Tuesday of a severe cargo capacity shortage as airlines around the world slash jobs and suffer plunges in profits due to the coronavirus crisis.

Aviation industry warns of cargo capacity shortfall

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Created 11 July 2019
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Japan's Hayabusa2 probe makes second touchdown on asteroid

Japan's Hayabusa2 probe landed successfully Thursday on a distant asteroid for a final touchdown, hoping to collect samples that could shed light on the evolution of the solar system.

   
Created 18 June 2019
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Population of Earth to reach 9.7 billion in 2050: UN

The world population is expected to climb to 9.7 billion in 2050 from 7.7 billion today, with the population of sub-Saharan Africa doubling, a United Nations report released on Monday said.

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Created 03 January 2019
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Plane crash deaths rise in 2018 but accidents are still rare

The number of people killed in plane crashes jumped in 2018 compared with the previous year, with more than 500 deaths recorded, new figures show.

Plane crash deaths rise in 2018