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(Reuters) -The head lawyer representing Myanmar's ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi said on Friday authorities in the military-ruled country had imposed a gag order on him because they said his communications could cause instability.
MORE couples, including those who are planning for a second marriage, are considering travelling across the Malaysia-Thailand border now that the government has eased international travel restrictions, Kosmo! reported.
KUALA LUMPUR: A recent leaked conversation allegedly between Sungai Udang assemblyman Datuk Seri Idris Haron and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob should be investigated, says Deputy Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Zahidi Zainul Abidin.
LIMA (Reuters) - Peru's ruling Marxist party said on Thursday that the government of President Pedro Castillo has swerved towards the right and that it would withhold support for what it called a "caviar cabinet" in the opposition-dominated Congress.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Hundreds of Yemenis are trapped by fierce fighting between government and Houthi forces in the northern Marib governorate, residents and a local official said, after battles for control of the gas-rich region displaced some 10,000 people last month.
(Reuters) -Southeast Asian foreign ministers will discuss excluding Myanmar junta chief Min Aung Hlaing from an upcoming summit at a meeting on Friday, sources told Reuters, as pressure builds on the ruling military to comply with an agreed peace roadmap.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Major telecommunication companies (telcos) in the country will be offering two special packages, namely Keluarga Malaysia Teen Package and Keluarga Malaysia Device Package for six months starting Friday (Oct 15), says Tan Sri Annuar Musa.
BEIRUT (Reuters) -Tensions over a probe into last year's massive blast in Beirut burst into the worst street violence in more than a decade on Thursday, with six Shi'ites shot dead and gun battles reviving memories of the country's 1975-90 civil war.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's largest opposition, the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan (CDPJ), said on Thursday it would try to close the country's income gap with wealth redistribution if it were to take power in the Oct. 31 election.