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Australian Open organizers say they "deeply regret" the impact that the Novak Djokovic deportation saga had on other players and admitted there were "lessons to learn".

The unvaccinated men's world number one flew out of Melbourne on Sunday after he failed in a last-gasp court bid to stay and play in the opening Grand Slam of the year, where he was targeting a record 21st major title.

His dramatic departure followed a protracted, high-stakes legal battle between the 34-year-old and Australian authorities that cast a dark shadow over the tournament. — AFP

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The world's top-selling carmaker Toyota says it no longer expects to meet its annual production target with operations hampered by the global chip crunch.

A worldwide shortage of microchips -- essential components of modern cars -- has forced many automakers including Toyota to slow or temporarily halt production.

In September, the Japanese giant lowered the number of vehicles it hopes to make in the year to March 2022 to nine million, down from 9.3 million. — AFP

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The DOH reports 28,471 new COVID-19 cases with a positivity rate of 43.4%.

Active cases are at 284,458 or 8.7% of the total cases.

Ngayong 4 PM, Enero 18, 2022, ang Department of Health ay nakapagtala ng 28,471 na karagdagang kaso ng COVID-19. Samantala ay mayroon namang naitalang 34,892 na gumaling at 34 na pumanaw. pic.twitter.com/AaWNffzJzw

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Jamaica have qualified for three Olympic bobsleigh events for the first time ever, their team says, setting the stage for a "Cool Runnings"-style underdog drama to unfold at the Beijing Games.

For the first time in 24 years, Team Jamaica will send a four-man sled, the event which inspired the popular film about the Caribbean country's first unlikely foray into the winter sport.

"It will be fire on ice," Team Jamaica says Monday on their official Twitter account. "This will be the 1st time JAM has qualified in 3 Olympic bobsled events: four-man, two-man and women's monobob". — AFP

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North Korea says it had launched two tactical guided missiles, its fourth sanctions-busting test of the year as it seeks to bolster its conventional weaponry while rebuffing offers of talks from the United States.

Since leader Kim Jong Un avowed his commitment to military modernization at a key party speech last month, the nuclear-armed country has conducted a string of weapons tests, including of hypersonic missiles.

Washington hit Pyongyang with fresh sanctions last week and North Korea responded by doubling down on testing, asserting its "legitimate right" to self-defense. — AFP

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China's postal service has ordered workers to disinfect international deliveries and urged the public to reduce orders from overseas after authorities claimed mail could be the source of recent coronavirus outbreaks.

China Post on Monday published a statement ordering workers to disinfect the outer packaging of all international mail "as soon as possible" and requiring employees handling foreign letters and packages to receive booster vaccine shots.

The postal service also asked the public to reduce purchases and deliveries from "countries and regions with a high overseas epidemic risk" and said domestic mail should be handled in different areas to prevent cross-contamination. — AFP

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 An unidentified gunman killed the district education supervisor of Pandag town in Maguindanao on Monday night.

Javier Kamandi, Sr., district supervisor for Pandag of the education ministry of the Bangsamoro region, died on the spot.

He was on his way home driving his car when his attacker opened fire from a distance.

The suspect had escaped before responding volunteer watchmen could reach the scene. — The STAR/John Unson

[LastUpdate] => 2022-01-18 09:28:43 ) )

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