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TBILISI (Reuters) - Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili on Friday pardoned two opposition politicians, a former mayor of the capital and an ex-defence minister, in a move to reduce political tension ahead of a parliamentary election this autumn.
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Hungary's nationalist prime minister, Viktor Orban, said on Friday he expected to renounce a set of much-criticised emergency powers to fight the coronavirus this month.
JAKARTA: At least 1,000 Rohingya are stranded at sea as South-East Asian nations tighten their borders to keep out the Covid-19 (coronavirus), Amnesty International said on Friday (May 15), urging action to ensure they were not buried in an "invisible graveyard" at sea.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - At least 1,000 Rohingya are stranded at sea as Southeast Asian nations tighten their borders to keep out the new coronavirus, Amnesty International said on Friday, urging action to ensure they were not buried in an "invisible graveyard" at sea.
PRETORIA (Reuters) - Thousands of people struggling under South Africa's tough lockdown waited in snaking queues for food aid for the second time in two weeks on Thursday, highlighting the human cost of the country's coronavirus restrictions.
PETALING JAYA: Water consumption in the country has gone up even as the national reserve margin is among the lowest since 2008 and seepage from leaky pipes continue.
WITH the conditional movement control order (CMCO) now in place for selected businesses, inaddition to the telecommunications sector as essential services,
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China will lead a gradual U-shaped regional economic recovery, which will help anchor production and confidence in neighboring countries aided by the adoption of a wide range of stimulus packages to contain the novel coronavirus epidemic, the head of a leading international research organisation told China Daily in an exclusive interview on Wednesday (May 13).
JAKARTA, May 13 (The Jakarta Post/ANN) - As the country grapples with the COVID-19 crisis, lawmakers have approved a controversial revision of the 2009 Coal and Mineral Mining Law, despite outcry from civil society organizations.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - A Hungarian school unlawfully segregated minority Roma students for years, the country's top court said in a final ruling on Tuesday, granting 100 million forints ($310,000) in compensation to the children's families.