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LONDON/BANGKOK/DELHI (Reuters) - In Armenia, journalists must by law include information from the government in their stories about COVID-19. In the Philippines, the president has told security forces that if anyone violates the lockdown they should "shoot them dead". In Hungary, the premier can rule by decree indefinitely.
Everything feels strange, unusual and quite frankly unbelievable. However, there is also a feeling that we have seen it unfold before. On our televisions or in cinemas – we have seen many movies depicting the circumstances unfolding now.
KUALA LUMPUR: The move to issue compounds to people who violate the movement control order (MCO) instead of jailing them has been lauded by lawyers as it would reduce the risk of Covid-19 transmission.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Shavonda Sisson said she requested a mail ballot to vote in Tuesday's Democratic primary election in Wisconsin well ahead of the election.
(Reuters) - Women who say they were abused by deceased financier Jeffrey Epstein should not be required to sign broad liability waivers in order to get payouts from his estate, the attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands said on Wednesday.
IPOH (Bernama): Fifteen individuals, including a frontline medical officer at a hospital in the city, pleaded guilty at the Magistrates' Court here to defying the movement control order (MCO).
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian police said on Wednesday they would not bring murder charges against suspects accused of killing a transgender woman by dousing her with petrol and setting her on fire.
LONDON (Reuters) - London's High Court removed anti-graft orders against the grandson of the former president of Kazakhstan on Wednesday, dealing a blow to powers that British crime fighters use to target dirty money.
IPOH: Kindergarten teacher M. Indira Gandhi hopes Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador can convey her birthday wish to her daughter Prasana Diksa.