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TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisian President Kais Saied removed the head of the national television station, Mohamed al-Dahach, on Wednesday and appointed a temporary replacement, his office said, after calls to protect free speech.
KLANG: Selangor Ruler Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah has warned state officials to stay away from graft, saying that those found guilty of corrupt practices or breach of trust must be punished accordingly.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Germany cemented their domination of equestrian dressage on Wednesday, as Jessica von Bredow-Werndl won individual Olympic gold and her team mate Isabell Werth took home silver.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tennis matches at the Tokyo Olympics will start from 3 pm local time from Thursday, governing body International Tennis Federation said after requests from players who had struggled in hot and humid conditions.
NAIROBI (Reuters) -Ethiopia's Somali region said on Wednesday a vital road and rail trade route linking the landlocked capital of Addis Ababa to the sea port of Djibouti was blocked by youths angered by a deadly militia attack on their region.
The 60-year-old grandfather was the victim of a “swatting” campaign by a group of people who wanted to wrest control of his Twitter handle, “@Tennessee,” and sell it online to the highest bidder.
KUALA LUMPUR: There is a need to reform or modernise Malaysia’s tax framework to fit the nation’s requirements, according to a prominent tax advocate Dr Veerinderjeet Singh.
(Reuters) -Myanmar's military ruler is looking for greater cooperation with the international community to contain the coronavirus, state media reported on Wednesday, as the Southeast Asian country struggles with a surging wave of infections.
SEOUL (Reuters): North and South Korea are in talks to reopen a joint liaison office that Pyongyang demolished last year and hold a summit as part of efforts to restore relations, three South Korean government sources with knowledge of the matter said.
(Reuters) - The United States is deeply concerned about reported attacks against Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia's Tigray region, a U.S. State Department spokeswoman said on Tuesday, calling for the intimidation and attacks to stop.