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Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (July 10)
BERLIN (Reuters) -Supporters of Iran's exiled opposition rallied in Berlin and elsewhere on Saturday to demand the prosecution of the Islamic Republic's newly elected president, Ebrahim Raisi, whom they accuse of crimes against humanity.
European Parliament to call for Beijing Winter Olympic boycott and sanctions on Hong Kong leaders over Apple Daily closure
The Parliament is expected to support a motion that expresses concern about the ‘dismantling of the city’s free society’The non-binding motion also urges Brussels to impose ‘targeted sanctions’ on the city’s leaders, including Chief Executive Carrie Lam
A state-backed Myanmar power company warned its customers Friday their electricity supplies could be disrupted if they continue refusing to pay their bills as part of a boycott that has hit the junta in the coffers.
Black creators are struggling with the best way to resolve their frustrations with ByteDance Ltd’s TikTok, and with the influencer economy at large, after noticing possible unfair treatment such as sudden account takedowns or de-ranking of their content.
NEW YORK: Online brokerage Robinhood Markets Inc, which helped enable the "meme stock" frenzy earlier this year and later attracted flak for its handling of the trading mania, is facing pushback on social media forums against its initial public offering
(Reuters) - Online brokerage Robinhood Markets Inc, which helped enable the "meme stock" frenzy earlier this year and later attracted flak for its handling of the trading mania, is facing pushback on social media forums against its initial public offering.
IT SMACKS of discrimination, really. The European Union (EU) has now reportedly said that its approval of AstraZeneca doses made by South Korea, Thailand, India or Japan would not be recognised.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A high-end Russian food retailer has angered both gay rights campaigners and opponents by running and then apologising for an ad that included a profile of a family in which a mother and her adult daughter both have female partners.
The country’s multi-billion-dollar jade mines risk becoming a “slush fund” for military repression, Global Witness said, urging consumers to boycott purchasing any jade and gemstones from the takeover-wracked nation.