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YAMATO, Japan (AFP): A Tokyo suburb on Wednesday (July 1) imposed Japan's first ban on a habit seen around the world: pedestrians glued to their phone screens while walking, sometimes dangerously oblivious to their surroundings.
Hong Kong police arrest seven under new security law at protests on anniversary of handover (Update)
HONG KONG (The Straits Times/ANN): Hong Kong police arrested at least seven people under a new national security law on Wednesday (July 1), shortly after the legislation took effect, as thousands gathered in mass protests on the anniversary of the city's handover to China.
Personal mobility devices to transport passengers with limited mobility are rolling at Tokyo's Haneda Airport, in an automation play for labour shortage-hit Japan that has taken on new urgency as the coronavirus outbreak compels social distancing.
GEORGE TOWN: Former Penang Port Commission (PPC) chairman Jeffrey Chew, who was arrested on Tuesday (June 30) by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), has been remanded for four days until Saturday (July 4).
HONG KONG (The Straits Times/ANN): Hong Kong police fired a water cannon at protesters and arrested at least 30 people for unlawful assembly on Wednesday (July 1), as the global financial hub turned a corner with the new national security law in place on the anniversary of the city's handover to China.
HONG KONG (The Straits Times/ANN): The city will turn the corner with the new national security law in place, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam declared on Wednesday morning (July 1), hours before a planned march by some defiant opposition activists that set the stage for possible clashes.
As part of a major refresh, the highly popular navigation application Waze is enabling its users to share their moods of the day with some 30 icons to express all kinds of emotions.
GEORGE TOWN: The controversial RM6.3bil Penang undersea tunnel project is again being probed by the anti-graft authority following fresh leads.
US$6.2bil infrastructure development to be accelerated
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Tens of thousands demonstrated on Tuesday in Sudanese cities despite a coronavirus lockdown to demand greater civilian rule in the transition towards democracy after the ouster of veteran strongman Omar al-Bashir last year.