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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison's approval ratings fell to the lowest level in more than a year, according to a poll published on Monday, as a sluggish COVID-19 vaccine rollout dented voters' confidence in his conservative government.
LONDON (Reuters) - The British government reiterated on Monday that it recognises opposition figure Juan Guaido as Venezuela's president, a move aimed at quashing a bid by the Nicolas Maduro-backed Venezuelan central bank to repatriate nearly $1 billion of its gold stored in London.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Several prominent Egyptian activists and journalists were released from custody on Sunday following months of detention on charges including joining or aiding a terrorist group and spreading false news, lawyers representing them said.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Pro-government commentators in Saudi Arabia are publicly criticising the United Arab Emirates' role in Yemen, a rare move that reflects political and economic tensions between the two Gulf allies that also led to an open standoff over oil policy.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran insisted on Sunday that a prisoner swap deal has been agreed with the United States, the Iranian foreign ministry spokesman said, a day after Washington denied such an agreement had been reached.
JOHOR BARU: Over 90% of MPs and senators have declared their assets as recommended by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), says Datuk Mohd Rashid Hasnon.
Durian season is in full swing, but has the Covid-19 pandemic affected supply and prices? We find out whether the king of fruits still has what it takes to rule and give you the lowdown on an up and coming variety that has many fans excited.
Almost half of incest cases in court involved stepdads, based on data from the Malaysian judiciary.