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BELGRADE (Reuters) - Bosnia's outgoing international peace overseer decreed amendments to its criminal code on Friday to allow jail terms for the denial of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide, a frequently expressed view among nationalist Serbs.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Opposition to the International Olympic Committee's ban on podium protests at the Tokyo Games intensified on Friday with more than 150 athletes, academics and social justice advocates signing an open letter demanding changes to Rule 50.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Future American investments in Poland could be jeopardised if the country does not renew the licence of 24-hour news channel TVN24, U.S. State Department Counselor Derek Chollet said on Thursday, referring to potential new Polish laws against its ownership by American media company Discovery Inc.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary plans to hold a referendum on legislation that limits schools' teaching about homosexuality and transgender issues late this year or early next year, Prime Minister Viktor Orban's chief of staff said on Thursday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Bhd is seeking public feedback on the proposed amendments to the Main Market and ACE Market listing requirements in relation to director appointment and independence.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- Bursa Malaysia Bhd has issued a consultation paper seeking public feedback on the proposed amendments to stock exchange listing requirements in relation to the appointment of directors and their corporate independence.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party postponed a parliamentary debate over a new media law, a senior lawmaker said on Wednesday, amid a split with allies over amendments that could see U.S.-owned channel TVN lose its licence.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Wednesday stepped up a culture war with the European Union by announcing a referendum on legislation that limits schools' teaching about homosexuality and transgender issues.
An anti-doxxing law being discussed by Hong Kong lawmakers is cause for tech giants there, who says it could hurt their ability to provide services.
(Reuters) - Companies that transfer bitcoin or other cryptoassets must collect details of senders and recipients to help authorities crack down on dirty money, EU policymakers proposed on Tuesday in the latest efforts to tighten regulation of the sector.