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PRAGUE (Reuters) - The mayor of one of the Czech capital's districts said on Tuesday he had been put under police protection due to a threat that a Russian man had been sent to kill him, escalating a row between Prague and Moscow.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Eva Nabagala hoped she and her young son would be safe from her family when they fled Uganda for a Kenyan refugee camp - but instead, the 28-year-old says she was attacked and raped there as punishment for being a lesbian.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Married gay couple Dawid Mycek and Jakub Kwiecinski say they face frequent abuse in Poland for being part of a so-called "homosexual plague."
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - An economic aid package being prepared by the U.S. government to Greenland is drawing criticism in Denmark less than a year after it rebuffed U.S. President Donald Trump's offer to buy the vast Arctic island.
PARIS (Reuters) - A diplomatic spat between France and China widened on Wednesday as members of the French Senate demanded answers at a hearing with the foreign minister as to why an article they said was fake and cast them in a bad light was still up on the Chinese embassy website.
PENDANG (Bernama): A shop assistant who was sentenced to three months’ jail and a fine of RM10,000 for insulting the police on social media in relation to the movement control order (MCO) issued an apology to all parties, especially the police.
MADRID (Reuters) - For Susana Cristo and other parents of autistic children, Spain's strict coronavirus lockdown is proving especially harrowing and has led to insults, harassment and even fines.
MOSCOW/PRAGUE (Reuters) - Russia said on Friday it had opened a criminal investigation after Czech authorities dismantled the statue of a Soviet military commander last week despite Moscow's protests, escalating a rancorous diplomatic row over the issue.
PUTRAJAYA: All parties, even those in "kayangan" (the elite group), are urged to cooperate fully with frontliners in the fight against Covid-19, as the virus does not discriminate between classes of people, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
SEOUL (AFP): Nuclear-armed North Korea on Monday (March) warned it could cut off dialogue with the United States, but Washington's top diplomat said the US still looked forward to talks, even after the North called his insistence on sanctions ludicrous.