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Pakistan's new PM backs sex harassment probe against Imran Khan

5 August 2017

Islamabad (AFP) - Pakistan's new prime minister Friday backed a parliamentary investigation into allegations of sexual harassment leveled by a female lawmaker against firebrand opposition leader Imran Khan, in a scandal that has gripped the conservative country.

Riot of colours and music

23 December 2016

MIRI: Miri has what it takes to be the regional centre of multi-culturalism, said Sarawak United Peoples Party (SUPP) secretary-general Datuk Sebastian Ting.

Indonesia to watch over churches

20 December 2015

CILANGKAP: Indonesia will deploy more than 150,000 security personnel and several religious organisations to safeguard churches and public places around the country during Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations, the military chief said on Friday.

Indonesia to deploy 150,000 security personnel for year-end celebrations

19 December 2015

CILANGKAP, Indonesia (Reuters) - Indonesia will deploy more than 150,000 security personnel and several religious organizations to safeguard churches and public places around the country during Christmas and New Year's Eve celebrations, the military chief said late on Friday.

Pope in Africa hopes to bridge Christian-Muslim faultlines

26 November 2015

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Pope Francis called on Wednesday for ethnic and religious reconciliation at the start of his first tour of Africa, where he will address a fast-growing Catholic population and seek to heal Christian-Muslim divisions.

Brunei bans public Christmas celebrations

8 January 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Oil-rich Brunei has banned public celebrations of Christmas for fear of Muslims being led astray, its religious affairs ministry said Thursday.

Jubilant Thai protesters hug police but old enmities remain

3 December 2013

BANGKOK (Reuters) - In jubilant scenes hard to imagine after days of clashes, protesters swept aside barricades in old Bangkok on Tuesday to occupy the grounds of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's office and warmly greet the police who, until just hours before, had rained teargas and rubber bullets upon them.

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