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Australian fintech Afterpay is being bought out by US digital payment platform Square -- less than seven years after launching as a "buy now, pay later" start-up.Twitter boss Jack Dorsey's company is set to pay US$29 billion for the firm, which would reportedly be the biggest such deal ever seen in Australia.
Greysia Polii and Apriyani Rahayu won badminton women's doubles gold on Monday, breaking a Chinese stranglehold and claiming Indonesia's first title of the Tokyo Olympics.The pair beat China's Chen Qingchen and Jia Yifan 21-19, 21-15 to pick up Indonesia's first Olympic medal in women's doubles.
Millions of people were confined to their homes in China Monday as the country tried to contain its largest coronavirus outbreak in months with mass testing and travel curbs.
A man who trespassed into an army training ground claimed he was picking pandan leaves in the area.
Malaysian political heavyweights Mahathir Mohamad and Anwar Ibrahim put aside long-running animosity and joined an opposition protest Monday against the shutdown of parliament and demand the country's embattled premier resign.The final day of a parliament session, due to take place Monday, has been cancelled after the discovery of several coronavirus cases in the legislature.
Tokyo's benchmark Nikkei index closed up more than 1.8 percent on Monday as investors bought on dips, while focusing on corporate earnings due this week.
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Two men claimed trial on Monday (2 August) to molesting a male Grab driver who was sending them home after a night of drinking.
Sindhu awaits a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi after she became the country's first woman to win two individual Olympic medals."GOAT - Grittiest Of All Time", the Indian Express front page read on Monday, riffing off Greatest Of All Time after Sindhu beat China's He Bingjiao in Tokyo and swooped a bronze medal.
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* Thailand extends lockdown to contain coronavirus spread * China reports slowdown in factory activity * Malaysia stocks drop to more than 9-month trough By Soumyajit Saha Aug 2 (Reuters) - Thailand's baht was on track for its worst session in two weeks on Monday, while Malaysia's ringgit was set to see its worst day in more than a week, as the two Southeast Asian countries continued to battle a surge in coronavirus cases. Thailand on Sunday extended tight restrictions in the capital and other high-risk provinces, as it faced COVID-19 outbreaks fuelled by the highly transmissible Alpha and Delta variants. Meanwhile, the country also saw anti-government protesters take to the streets on Sunday to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha over his handling of the coronavirus crisis.
What if Earth's atmosphere was infused with extra carbon dioxide, mused amateur scientist Eunice Foote in an 1856 research paper that concluded the gas was very good at absorbing heat.
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One of the world's top two teams will be heading home from the Olympics Tuesday after the US and Spain were thrust together in the men's basketball quarter-finals, a re-match of their 2008 and 2012 gold medal showdowns.The pair will clash unusually early after Spain lost 95-87 to Slovenia to finish second in their group and fall out of the top-seeded bracket.
July was a brutal month for the Philippine peso and there appears to be little respite on the horizon.
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US senators on Sunday finalized a historic, trillion-dollar infrastructure proposal that is expected to be approved within days, Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer said.If passed by Congress and signed into law, the bill would pump historic levels of federal funding into fixing US roads, bridges and waterways, ensuring broadband internet for all Americans and expanding clean energy programs.
In the year since a monster explosion disfigured Beirut, a local probe has yet to yield significant arrests or even identify a culprit, with politicians widely accused of stalling progress.
Hurdler Jasmine Camacho-Quinn claimed Puerto Rico's first Olympics athletics gold on Monday but Belarusian sprinter Kristina Timanovskaya was absent from the women's 200m after claiming her country had forced her to leave the Games.