BILI earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
The Crusaders looked on the back foot for most of the match against the Hurricanes but were able to avoid back-to-back losses in golden point time.
Adelaide have broken North Melbourne hearts by powering away for a 41-point victory at Marvel Stadium to extend the Kangaroos' AFL losing streak to 12.After being embarrassed by 128 points in their marquee Good Friday game last week, North responded in fierce fashion to give the Crows some nervous moments on Sunday.
Claims of inappropriate text messaging and reports of subsequent defamation action are serving as distractions during the Tasmanian election campaign.Labor state president Ben McGregor has abandoned his bid to challenge the seat of Clark in the May 1 poll after being accused of sending a questionable message to a public sector colleague seven years ago.
Her mum was deeply concerned her daughter could have swallowed the animal while eating her meal.
Luckless Carlton defender Caleb Marchbank has ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament and will miss the rest of the AFL season.The key defender suffered the knee injury in the first quarter of Saturday's VFL practice match against Box Hill.
‘Promising Young Woman’ actor made her hosting debut
Former Major League Baseball MVP Alex Rodriguez and his business partner are in preliminary discussions to purchase the NBA's Minnesota Timberwolves, US media reported Saturday night.
A problem with electrical power caused an incident in Iran's Natanz underground nuclear facility, Iranian Press TV reported, a day after Tehran launched new advanced uranium enrichment centrifuges in the site. "The incident caused no casualties or pollution," Iran's Atomic Energy Organization spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi said, adding that "electricity was affected at the Natanz facility".
The army lieutenant was pepper-sprayed and belted on the knees after being pulled over.
Two teenagers have been charged over the fatal stabbing of a 16-year-old boy in Brisbane's CBD.Yannis Leulusoo died in hospital after being stabbed near Roma Street train station about 8pm on Thursday.
A study in Israel found Pfizer/BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine to be less effective on the variant found in South Africa.However, the variant's occurrence in the country is low, and the research has also not been peer-reviewed. The study, released on Saturday, compared almost 400 people who tested positive at least two weeks after receiving one or two doses of the vaccine against the same number who had tested positive but were unvaccinated. It also matched age and gender, among other characteristics. South Africa's variant was found to make up 1% of all cases in the study, according to Tel Aviv University, and the country's largest healthcare provider, Clalit. They found that the variant was eight times more prevalent in patients who had received two doses of the vaccine, compared to those who were unvaccinated. According to Tel Aviv University professor Adi Stern, the data suggests that the South African variant is able to break through the vaccine's protection to some extent. The researchers cautioned that the data was not intended to deduce overall vaccine effectiveness against other variants, since it only looked at people who had already tested positive for COVID-19, instead of overall infection rates. Pfizer and BioNTech could not be immediately reached for comment outside business hours.
Ecuadorans will vote on Sunday to elect a new president with a straight choice between socialist Andres Arauz and conservative Guillermo Lasso to take over the mantle of the beleaguered Lenin Moreno.
Ecuadoreans will vote in a presidential runoff on Sunday to decide whether to maintain the pro-market policies of the last four years or return to the socialism of the preceding decade as the Andean country seeks to revive its stagnant economy. Left-wing economist Andres Arauz won the first round of the election in February, garnering almost 33% of the vote, on promises of generous cash handouts and a resumption of the socialist policies of his mentor, former President Rafael Correa. Arauz's rival, banker and third-time presidential candidate Guillermo Lasso, is promising to create jobs through foreign investment and financial support for the agricultural sector.
Iran's Natanz nuclear site has suffered a problem involving its electrical distribution grid just hours after starting up new advanced centrifuges that more quickly enrich uranium, state TV reports.It was the latest incident to strike one of Tehran's most-secure sites amid stalled negotiations over the tattered nuclear accord with world powers.
Tokyo Olympic organisers plan to prepare 300 hotel rooms for athletes who test positive for the coronavirus at the Games but show little or no symptoms, Kyodo news agency reports.Japan's government is placing Tokyo under a month-long state of "quasi-emergency" from Monday to combat surging infections, less than a month after a broader state of emergency was lifted for the capital and Olympic host.
It was 50 years ago but Zhang Xielin still remembers vividly how a shaggy-haired American table tennis player stepped onto the Chinese team's bus, a chance encounter which would shape history.
Andre Drummond finished with a double double of 20 points and 11 rebounds as the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Brooklyn Nets 126-101 on Saturday in a battle between two teams lacking much of their star power.
The Saudi-led military coalition battling Yemen's Houthi movement intercepted and destroyed a drone launched by the Iran-aligned group towards the southern Saudi Arabian city of Khamis Mushait, state media said on Sunday. Houthi military spokesman Yahya Sarea said in a Twitter post that two drones were fired at military hangars in Jazan airport in the south of the kingdom and a military air base in Khamis Mushait. The Saudi-led coalition intervened in Yemen in March 2015 against the Houthis after the movement ousted the internationally recognised government from the capital Sanaa.
Tropical Cyclone Seroja is just hours away from making landfall bringing destructive winds along with possible heavy rainfall.
Myanmar youth are fighting the junta's internet shutdown and information suppression with an explosive underground printed newsletter they are secretly distributing across communities.