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WARSAW (Reuters) - Thousands of protesters marched through the Polish capital on Saturday demanding higher public sector pay, piling pressure on the Law and Justice (PiS) government ahead of a municipal election in October.
Phnom Penh: An Australian filmmaker who received a royal pardon from Cambodia will be deported, immigration officials said, a day after he was released from a six-year sentence in a case Human Rights Watch has called “a ludicrous charade”.
Jakarta: Dozens of Indonesians who served jail time for corruption are set to run for public office, the country’s electoral agency said, as the world’s largest Muslim-majority nation kicks off campaigning at the weekend.
Stranger things have happened post-general elections, but losers seeking the winning party’s advice is certainly curious.
KUALA LUMPUR: The running of government-linked companies (GLCs) must be free from politics if the new Pakatan Harapan government is serious about reforms, says a political economist.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei accused U.S.-backed Gulf Arab states of carrying out a shooting attack on a military parade that killed 25 people, almost half of them members of the country's elite Revolutionary Guards.
PETALING JAYA: Members of civil society have welcomed the government's plans to replace the Public Complaints Bureau with the Malaysian Ombudsman, saying it is an essential move to boost public confidence in government institutions.
KOTA KINABALU: Parti Harapan Rakyat Sabah, which lost all the seats it contested during the May 9 general elections, has applied to join ruling coalition Pakatan Harapan, said its party president Datuk Seri Lajim Ukin.
ITALIAN economic growth and deficit data for 2017 were revised up, giving Finance Minister Giovanni Tria the final pieces of data to decide whether he can afford to start tax cuts and provide a basic income promised by the populist government.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia will not recognise LGBT culture or same-sex marriage in the country as it does not subscribe to “Western values”, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.