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TUNIS (Reuters) -More than 100 prominent officials of Tunisia's Islamist Ennahda party, including lawmakers and former ministers, resigned on Saturday in protest at the leadership's performance, the biggest blow yet to the party which is facing a severe split.
PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - Colombia and Panama's foreign ministers said on Friday they will work together to process and organize thousands of migrants stranded for long periods in northern Colombia as they make their way northward and request support for the efforts from destination countries like the United States and Canada.
Changing gear and shifting from emergency planning to mainstream policymaking can be a tricky affair.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Wedhesday (May 5)
The Group of Seven wealthy democracies on Tuesday (May 4) discussed how to form a common front towards an increasingly assertive China in the foreign ministers' first in-person talks in two years.
SEOUL (AFP): A South Korean court on Wednesday (April 21) dismissed a case brought by a handful of World War II sex slaves and their families against the Japanese government, saying Tokyo enjoyed "sovereign immunity" over the issue, reports said.
The United States and three of its closest Indo-Pacific partners committed to supplying up to a billion coronavirus vaccine doses across Asia by the end of 2022 at a summit.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba has approved a long called-for decree on animal welfare in what some rights activists are hailing as an unusual triumph of civil society in the Communist-run country where animal sacrifice and cock and dog fighting remain commonplace.
Seoul: A South Korean court has ordered the Japanese government to pay compensation to 12 World War II sex slaves or their families, in an unprecedented ruling that prompted an immediate denunciation by Tokyo.
NEW DELHI (Reuters): India, the United States, Japan and Australia began their largest joint naval exercises in over a decade on Tuesday (Nov 3), Indian government sources said, seen as part of efforts to balance China's vast military and economic power in the region.