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LIMA (Reuters) - The Pan Am Games medal podium is no place for politics, United States softball gold medallist Monica Abbott said on Sunday after two of her team mates used award ceremonies to stage protests.
JAKARTA: The Indonesian Anti-Slander Society (Mafindo), Google News Initiative and the Communications and Information Ministry are running a comprehensive media literacy programme to train the public to spot disinformation or hoaxes on the Internet.
Flights cancelled, trains suspended as Hong Kong protesters look to shut down city with multiple strikes
HONG KONG (ANN): Barricades have been put up around the Central Government Offices in the city as security has been stepped up in anticipation of widespread chaos resulting from protesters' calls for a territorywide strike and disruption of morning train services. Rallies are being planned in seven locations.
PETALING JAYA: The Security Industry Association of Malaysia (PIKM) is concerned over talk that the government will stop managing security services at schools and pass the task to the schools instead.
JOSE LEON SUAREZ, Argentina (Reuters) - Lorena Pastoriza, 45, is one of hundreds of informal waste pickers sifting thousand tonnes of trash per day in the poor neighbourhood of José Leَn Suلrez in Argentina, making ends meet by organising the rubbish left behind by others.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump, members of the U.S. Supreme Court and others paid their respects on Monday to liberal Justice John Paul Stevens, who died last week, as his body lay in repose in the courthouse's stately great hall.
BERLIN (Reuters) - A former trampolinist and a children's author have led the Greens to a spectacular comeback in Germany, raising the once-unthinkable prospect of a Green chancellor succeeding Angela Merkel.
Indicinelive! returns with a brand new show that’s ready to make you laugh and think, offering a cautionary look at matters that affect Malaysians the most.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Ursula von der Leyen had to dangle a range of promises on migration, taxes, climate change and the rule of law to secure even a wafer-thin margin of support in the European Parliament to become the EU's first female chief executive.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union's nominee to head its executive Commission proffered economic, environmental and social reforms in a bid for support from a lukewarm EU parliament in a confirmation vote taking place on Tuesday.