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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Police have recorded a statement from Pertubuhan Minda dan Sosial Prihatin Malaysia president Ramesh Rao over a controversial tweet he allegedly made last week.
SHANGHAI (Reuters): China will take retaliatory measures should all Chinese journalists based in the United States be forced to leave the country, including targeting US journalists in Hong Kong, Global Times Editor in Chief Hu Xijin said on Tuesday (Aug 4).
KUALA LUMPUR: Dutchman Roelant Oltmans is no longer in charge of the national hockey team.
KYIV (Reuters) - Police detained a man who took a hostage in a bank in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv on Monday, deputy interior minister Anton Gerashchenko said. The hostage was released unharmed.
Social media has become a new and dangerous battleground for women’s rights in Egypt after young TikTok influencers were jailed while a resurgent #MeToo movement decried male sexual violence.
TOKYO, Aug 1 (Reuters): Japan's stately traditional kabuki theatre resumed performances on Saturday after a five-month break due to the novel coronavirus, with musicians in masks, actors farther apart on stage and only half the usual number of seats.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's stately traditional kabuki theatre resumed performances on Saturday after a five-month break due to the novel coronavirus, with musicians in masks, actors farther apart on stage and only half the usual number of seats.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - All seven Democrats on the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee on Friday wrote to the Department of Homeland Security requesting details on its agents conducting intelligence monitoring of ongoing anti-racism protests in Portland.
As the clock ticks toward the US presidential election in November, state election officials are devoting more time - and money - to educating voters about the dangers of disinformation while reassuring them that the system is fundamentally sound.